Sweaty Feet

Sweaty Feet

By Mary Ann D’Amara, DPM Spring is here!! Hooray, but for many of us that means the return of sweaty feet. Some of the most  common causes of sweaty feet are warmer weather, increased activity and exercise, athletes foot and even spicy foods. Other causes can be anxiety, stress and hormones such as a thyroid

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Pickle Ball Injuries

Taking Steps Towards Relief: Understanding and Treating Foot and Ankle Arthritis

By David Ehrlich, DPM, FACFAS Arthritis of the foot and ankle can significantly impact one’s quality of life, causing pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility. This condition, often resulting from wear and tear on the joints over time, affects a substantial number of individuals. Understanding its causes, diagnosis, and treatment options is crucial for those seeking

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Arches

Don’t Let High Arches Keep You Down!

By David Ehrlich, DPM, FACFAS High arched feet, or pes cavus deformity, is a condition where the arch of the foot is excessively elevated, causing discomfort and potential health issues. Although flat arches are more commonly discussed and treated, higher arches can be equally debilitating. Understanding the diagnosis and treatment options for this condition is

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Overpronation

The Dangers of Overpronation: A Direct Cause of Some of the Most Common andPainful Foot conditions

By David Cheskis, DPM, AACFAS, DABPM We often take our feet for granted, neglecting the crucial role they play in our everyday activities. The way we walk and run can significantly impact the health of our feet. Overpronation, a common biomechanical issue, occurs when the foot excessively rolls inward while walking or running. While it

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