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Does Toenail Fungus Ever Go Away on Its Own? Nov 15th, 2021

Toenail fungus is an embarrassing, frustrating, and, unfortunately, common problem. Nearly 1 in 10 people end up with fungal nails, and most of them want to know if it will clear up on its own. The short answer is no, but we want to explain why.  Our team of experts...

What to Do About Achilles Tendon Pain Oct 10th, 2021

If you reach behind your ankle, you can feel a tough band of tissue — that’s your Achilles tendon. It connects your calf muscle to your heel, and you use it when you walk, run, and jump.   Your Achilles tendon is the longest tendon in your body and one of...

Common Causes of Heel Pain Sep 13th, 2021

Heel pain can strike seemingly out of nowhere, and when it does, it’s normal to want answers. Because your feet have the responsibility of bearing your weight and keeping your body balanced as you move, your ankles and feet are susceptible to a range of injuries and chronic problems.  Podiatry...

What are Heel Spurs? Sep 14th, 2020

The heel is the largest bone within the foot and is connected to a network of tendons, muscles, and ligaments making it prone to pain. One common heel ailment is a heel spur. Heel spurs are small bone-like protrusions that can severely limit a person’s mobility, making even walking around...