Age and Your Feet
posted: Oct. 30, 2020.You may have heard the saying “Aging isn’t for the weak”. Age can bring about wisdom and life experiences and wonderful memories; however, it can also come with all sorts Read moreCategory: American Diabetes Association,  Ankles,  Blog,  custom-molded orthotics,  diabetes,  falls in eldery,  Foot,  foot complications,  heel pain,  ingrown toenails,  Uncategorized
Plantar Warts – What are they?
posted: Aug. 21, 2020.Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Plantar Warts (and probably some stuff you didn’t!) What exactly is/are Plantar Wart(s)? There is some confusion centered around these little blemishes. Is it really Read moreCategory: Blog,  Conditions and Diseases,  Corns and Calluses,  Health,  Uncategorized,  warts
New Addition: Dr. Ethan Knowlton
posted: Aug. 17, 2020.We are very pleased to announce a new addition to our team: Dr. Ethan Knowlton has joined Kansas City Foot and Ankle! Early Years Dr. Knowlton grew up in the Chicagoland suburbs Read moreCategory: Uncategorized
Questions for your Pedicurist – Find the Best (and Safest!) Pedicurist for You
posted: Jan. 30, 2020.There has been a lot of talk in the news lately regarding infections born from nail salons. Salons who don’t properly disinfect their foot baths and instruments could end up Read moreCategory: Uncategorized
Fall Foot Care
posted: Oct. 30, 2019.Fall in Kansas City! The leaves are turning, there is a bit of chill in the air, and Friday night football is on! So now that the summer has wound down, Read moreCategory: Uncategorized
KCFA and Challenge Air Day!
posted: Sep. 13, 2019.Kansas City Foot and Ankle and Challenge Air Day Kansas City Foot and Ankle had the honor of volunteering with the Challenge Air organization’s annual Fly Day at the downtown airport Read moreCategory: Uncategorized
Tips for Living Life with Diabetes
posted: Aug. 19, 2019.We would like to share some tips to living life with diabetes which include taking extra precautions with your diet, and caring for your feet. A major risk to having Read moreCategory: American Diabetes Association,  Blood sugar,  diabetes,  foot specialist,  Kansas City Foot and Ankle,  Kansas City podiatrist,  Uncategorized