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Blog Archives - Kevin J. Powers, DPM

Heel Pain Can Be Treated!

Do you suffer from heel pain when you get up in the morning? If so, you should seek the professional help of your podiatrist and have a proper diagnosis performed. Heel pain can be caused by several different foot-related conditions.


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Morton’s Neuroma 101

Morton’s neuroma occurs when the nerves in the foot become inflamed. Usually, the nerves that are affected are in the ball of the foot between the 3rd and 4th toes. Signs of Morton’s neuroma include a sharp burning...
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Swollen Feet, Causes, and Remedies During Pregnancy

A common symptom of pregnancy is swollen feet. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including an increase in blood circulation, the weight of the unborn baby, or from sitting for extended periods of time. Additionally,...
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How Can I Find Relief From Cracked Heels?

Cracked heels affect many people worldwide. When the cracks deepen and become uncomfortable, they can be called fissures. This ailment can develop as a result of wearing shoes that have an open back. Additionally, patients can notice...
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Ingrown Toenails 101

An ingrown toenail occurs when the toenail curls and grows into the skin surrounding the nail. Ingrown toenails usually become painful, red and swollen, and if left untreated, they can become infected. Common situations that cause ingrown...
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Reminder: When Was the Last Time…?

Custom orthotics, or shoe inserts, should be periodically replaced. Orthotics must fit properly to give you the best results. Protect your feet and ankles!


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What Is a Sprained Toe?

A sprained toe is a very common foot injury that can affect anyone at any time. The more frequent causes tend to be stubbing the toe or injuring it during a sporting activity. A sprained toe means...
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What Are Common Symptoms Of Athlete’s Foot?

A fungal infection of the skin on the feet is known as athlete's foot. It is often uncomfortable and may appear unsightly. Blisters can develop between the toes and the skin is generally red and itchy. Peeling skin may...
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How Rheumatoid Arthritis Affects the Feet and Ankles

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disorder that causes the body’s immune system to attack the lining of the joints. This leads to joint pain, as well as weakened tendons and ligaments. RA often affects the joints...
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What Is Fat Pad Atrophy?

There is a portion of the foot that is known as the fat pad. It is located under the heel and ball of the foot and provides the necessary cushioning that is needed to perform daily activities. Additionally,...
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