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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

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

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

Podiatrist and Better Sports Performance

Podiatrists specialize in treating conditions affecting the feet and ankles. Seeing a foot doctor periodically can be beneficial to anyone, especially athletes. Not only do podiatrists help you maintain healthier Read More

What Is the Main Cause of Heel Pain?

Heel pain is a fairly common occurrence and can happen at any age. If you live, work, or play in the greater Roseburg, OR, and find that heel pain impacts Read More

Treating Your Bunion Symptoms

Bunions are a common problem. In fact, over half of the women in the United States have developed a bunion at some point, according to the American Academy of Orthopedic Read More

Bunion Treatment Options

If you have a bunion, you are not alone. A bunion is one of the most common, and painful foot problems your podiatrist can treat. What You Need To Know About Read More

When You Should See a Podiatrist for Ankle Pain

Ankle pain can cause problems in your life. When you have ankle pain it can affect your ability to stand, put weight on your ankle, and walk around. Fortunately, your Read More

Foot Health for Children

When you think about taking care of your child, you may not be thinking about taking care of your child’s feet. The truth is, foot health for children is important, Read More

When To Visit a Podiatrist for Diabetic Feet

Dr. Jason Wilks and the team at Wilks Advanced Foot Care in Roseburg, OR provide personalized diabetic foot care to ensure optimal foot health. How Often Should People With Diabetes Visit Read More

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