Are Painful Foot Cramps Cramping Your Style
posted: Nov. 02, 2020.Our human bodies are both amazing and frightening. Our body has an incredible ability to heal its own wounds and circulate up to about 2,000 gallons of blood in a Read moreCategory: Blog,  Blood pressure,  calf pain,  Conditions and Diseases,  custom-molded orthotics,  Foot,  foot complications,  foot pain,  Kansas City Foot and Ankle,  stress fracture
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
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
Psoriasis on your feet or something else?
posted: Nov. 15, 2012.Is it psoriasis on your feet or something else? Sometimes it is hard to tell the difference. Psoriasis is a condition that is not often associated with feet in most Read moreCategory: Blog
Advances in the Treatment of Diabetic Nerve Pain
posted: Aug. 29, 2012.Probably you or someone you know has diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million children and adults in the United States suffer from diabetes. About 60 to 70% Read more