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The Benefits of Regular Podiatry Check-Ups

You know that it’s important to visit your doctor regularly, but you may not realize that the same goes for visiting your podiatrist. Regular podiatry check-ups are essential for maintaining Read More

Footwear and Plantar Fasciitis: Choosing the Right Shoes To Support Your Feet

If you think about how much folks depend on their feet day in and day out, it’s almost a minor miracle that foot problems aren’t more common and constant. More Read More

Foot Health Tips for Runners: Preventing Injuries and Maximizing Performance

Do you ever stop to think about your feet? Those unsung heroes carry us through our daily lives, enduring endless steps and supporting our weight without complaint. Yet, when prioritizing Read More

Podiatric Surgery: Procedures for Correcting Foot and Ankle Problems

When foot and ankle problems persist despite conservative treatments, podiatric surgery may be the only path to relief and improved mobility. Foot and ankle surgery is usually a last resort Read More

Athlete's Foot: Recognizing and Treating Fungal Infections

Athlete's foot is a common fungal infection that affects the skin on the feet, particularly between the toes. It's a condition that can cause discomfort and inconvenience, but with proper Read More

Diabetic Foot Care: Importance, Tips, and Warning Signs

When you’re dealing with diabetes, you may understand that one of the most important things you can do is care for your feet. For individuals living with diabetes, proper foot Read More

Symptoms of an Ingrown Toenail

Ingrown toenails are painful and ugly. They can make it difficult to put on shoes, to stand, and to walk without pain. An ingrown toenail can decrease your mobility. Your Read More

Importance of Regular Foot Exams With Your Podiatrist

Has foot health fallen to the bottom of your list of priorities? Dr. Jason Wilks and the team at Wilks Advanced Foot Care in Roseburg, OR, share why regular visits Read More

Treating Plantar Fasciitis

If you are experiencing stabbing, aching heel pain on the side of your foot, or running across your heel, you could have a very common condition known as plantar fasciitis. Read More

Managing Your Heel Pain

Your heels are nature’s shock absorbers, providing a cushion for standing, walking, and running. If you’ve ever experienced heel pain, you already know how it can impact your life. The Read More

The Role of Podiatry in Managing Foot and Ankle Fractures

Foot and ankle fractures are a common problem, especially as you get older. Bones become more brittle, and you are less flexible than you once were. Foot and ankle fractures Read More

What You Need To Know About Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails can happen to anyone. If you have an ingrown toenail, chances are it’s difficult to put on shoes and want to walk around. Your podiatrist can help with Read More

Sports Podiatry: Addressing Foot and Ankle Injuries in Athletes

As an athlete, you know how critical it is to stay at the top of your game and remain in optimal physical shape. Your feet and ankles are the foundation Read More

Orthotics and Their Role in Foot Health: Custom Solutions for Various Conditions

Do you have foot problems? Do your feet hurt all the time? If so, you need to discover the benefits of orthotics. This common treatment, available from your podiatrist, can Read More

Diabetic Foot Care: Preventing Complications and Maintaining Foot Health

Diabetes, a condition affecting how your body uses sugar, impacts various organs, including your feet. High blood sugar can lead to nerve damage (neuropathy) and poor circulation, increasing the risk Read More

Preventing Foot Injuries: Tips for Proper Foot Care and Injury Avoidance

If you experience a foot injury, it can dramatically impact your quality of life. Depending on the injury, foot injuries can lead to loss of mobility, inability to drive, lost Read More

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