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Why do our feet have arches?

You probably don’t put much thought into it, but the feet do a lot of work, and it’s important work, too. They not only propel us for both work and fun, but they do so while absorbing tremendous impact. Every part of the foot makes an important contribution, including the arches, and if one part …

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What is podiatry?

When an individual has a problem with their foot or ankle, they will want to visit a specialist known as a podiatrist. The field of podiatry focuses on the structures of the foot and ankle.  What does a podiatrist do?  Below are several conditions that are treated by podiatrists:  Warts and corns Calluses Ingrown toenails …

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Socks Rock!

You may not give much thought to your socks beyond style and color, but these little accessory gems can make a big difference in how much you enjoy your favorite outdoor activities this spring. As a podiatry specialist, Dr. McCarty works with patients of all ages who suffer from foot problems. Believe it or not, choosing …

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3 Ways to Get Rid of Bunion Pain

Bunions are a fairly common foot condition that is caused when there is a misalignment of the big toe— causing it to face inward towards the baby toes. Causing excessive pain and discomfort, bunions can make everyday tasks such as walking to be beyond uncomfortable. Luckily, there are a variety of treatment options— both over-the-counter …

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How to Baby Your Feet

You likely brush your teeth and wash your face before bed, apply sunscreen to your body when you spend time in the sun, and shower hopefully at least a few times a week. But what are you doing for your feet? Your feet are unfortunately one of the most neglected parts of your body. And …

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