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Non-Surgical Procedures

The Benefits of Regenerative Medicine for Foot and Ankle Issues

Many issues can affect your feet and ankles leading to severe pain and discomfort. Luckily, you can find relief and get you back to feeling your best, all without the need of surgery, but with regenerative medicine. In fact, regenerative medicine is proven to be safer and more effective than traditional surgery options. There are […]

Tips & Tricks to Help Manage Foot and Ankle Pain

Our feet and ankles are the foundation to a healthy life. However, there are many causes and reasons that can lead to foot and ankle plain. Luckily, there are also many different treatment options. Pain Foot and ankle pain can cause tingling, numbness or an uncomfortable stabbing sensation. Often times, severe pain can keep you […]

I am Suffering from an Ankle Injury, What are My Non-Surgical Options?

After suffering from a foot or ankle injury, you may need to see a podiatrist to get the proper care you need. This could concern you at first, thinking that you might need surgery. Fortunately, we offer many non-surgical procedures to help find relief for all types of foot and ankle injuries and pain. Our […]

Arthritis Prevalence Among Pre-Diabetics

Arthritis Prevalence Among Pre-Diabetics Study: Nearly one-third of adults with pre-diabetes also have arthritis Arthritis Prevalence Among Pre-Diabetics – Between 2009 and 2014, nearly one-third of adults in the United States with pre-diabetes also had arthritis, according to an analysis presented at the American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting. “This may impact physical activity recommended to prevent diabetes […]

New ‘Spicy’ Pain Reliever

New ‘Spicy’ Pain Reliever New ‘Spicy’ Pain Reliever has FDA Fast Track Designation The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given “fast track” designation to an injectable pain reliever containing a synthetic form of capsaicin.  Capsaicin is the active ingredient that makes chili peppers spicy. First Use of Capsaicin as Analgesic The move speeds the development of […]

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