It’s that time of year again! Snow is here and your sneakers just aren’t going to cut it. There’s a common misconception that boots are only for people who work outside, in construction, or in rugged terrain.
The importance of seeing your primary care doctor every 6 to 12 months is common knowledge, but what about seeing a podiatrist?
It’s common for people to not always consider a problem before it personally affects them. One foot issue, in particular, that isn’t often considered until it’s already a problem is foot fungus.
Out of all the different types of foot and ankle conditions you could develop, bunions are arguably one of the most painful during the winter season.
When someone is diagnosed with diabetes, their relationship with shoes can change entirely.
Ankle fatigue is no joke. There is no one better suited to understand your struggle with ankle discomfort than a podiatrist like Dr. Michele Kurlanski.
This is commonly known as “hammertoe,” a condition where the muscles within the affected toe begin to weaken and cause digital contracture, i.e. abnormal tightening, which results in the physical deformity of the toe.