• What Are Bunions and How Can They Be Treated?
    If you have a hard, bony lump on the side of your big toe, it’s probably a bunion. Bunions are caused by a genetic bone deformity which makes your big Read more
  • What Is an Ingrown Toenail?
    An ingrown toenail is a toenail which has grown into the surrounding skin of your toe. If you’ve ever had an ingrown toenail, you already know how painful it can Read more
  • Causes of Heel Pain
    Heel pain is one of the most common problems your podiatrist treats. If you are suffering from heel pain, the pain can make it difficult to enjoy an active life. Read more
  • Caring for Your Feet When You’re a Diabetic
    If you have diabetes, you may already know about the effects on your body, especially your extremities. What you may not know is that diabetes is especially hard on your Read more
  • What To Do for Ankle Pain
    Your ankles are an important part of your body. Together with your legs and feet, your ankles help carry your body weight. They help you walk, run, and enjoy daily Read more
  • When To See a Podiatrist for a Sports Injury
    Sports injuries happen, and your feet and ankles are especially vulnerable. Your feet and ankles are overworked to begin with, and if you play a sport with a lot of Read more
  • Is My Toe Broken?
    Do you suspect that you might have broken your toe? You could very well be dealing with a broken toe if you notice pain, stiffness or swelling, or if you Read more
  • FAQs About Bunions
    New England Foot & Ankle Specialists can help with a variety of different foot-related health problems. For example, our skilled team can treat bunions for Reading, MA residents using multiple Read more
  • Hammertoes and Their Causes
    Discover more about this foot deformity and why it happens. Bunions always seem to get the spotlight when talking about foot deformities; however, it’s also essential to shed light on hammertoes. Read more
  • Are You Dealing With Bunion Pain?
    Find out how to get your bunion pain under control and when to see a podiatrist. A bunion is a painful foot deformity that warrants turning to a podiatrist to learn Read more
  • Do I Have an Ingrown Toenail?
    Are you dealing with a painful toenail? It could be an ingrown toenail. Any ingrown toenail happens when the edge of a toenail, typically the big toenail, grows into the skin. Read more
  • Ways To Prevent Ingrown Toenails and When To Seek Help
    Prone to ingrown toenails? Here’s what you should know… Let’s take a look at how to protect your ingrown toenails and when it’s time to turn to a podiatrist to treat Read more
  • Types of Orthotics Available and How They Can Help Your Feet
    Turn to a podiatrist to find out more about orthotics and their benefits If you are dealing with sore, tired, and achy feet you may be wondering whether you should turn Read more
  • Don’t Let Ankle Pain Slow You Down
    Learn more about ankle pain, how to treat it and when to seek professional care. It should go without saying that if you are dealing with ankle pain, it isn’t something Read more
  • How A Podiatrist Can Help You With Your Heel Pain
    Are you dealing with a nasty case of plantar fasciitis? Heel pain is a frustrating little problem, especially if you are someone who values their morning run or daily exercise routine. Read more
  • Treating Your Heel Pain
    Find out how to treat heel pain yourself and when to see a podiatrist. Whether you are an avid runner or just someone who likes going to the gym occasionally, it Read more
  • Signs And Symptoms Of Ankle Pain and How We Can Help
    Ankle pain can be frustrating to deal with and can interrupt your normal routine and make it difficult to function like normal. It’s important to be able to spot signs Read more

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