• Managing Your Plantar Fasciitis
    Plantar fasciitis can be described as a condition in which the heel of the foot becomes inflamed with pain. This occurs when the fibrous band of tissues that connect your Read more
  • Athlete's Foot: A Winter Woe
    In the cold days of winter your feet may actually be burning up from the irritation caused by athlete’s foot. Known officially as tinea pedis, athlete’s foot is often thought Read more
  • Easy Does It Prevents Achilles Tendon Issues
    It’s a New Year, new you and one of the most common New Year’s resolutions—getting in shape—can lead people to be overly enthusiastic about starting an exercise program, which at Read more
  • Botox As A Possible Treatment for Hyperhidrosis
    For those who have hyperhidrosis, Botox can be considered one potential treatment option in controlling sweat glands. Botox injections can help aid in the paralysis of over-exerting sweat glands, which Read more
  • 4 Gifts for Happy Feet
    Did you get everything on your holiday wish list this year? Chances are that even if you did, your feet may not have received the special treatment they deserve, especially Read more
  • New Invention of Customized 3D Printed Shoes
    ATOSSA founder and product designer Behrad Ghodsi has purportedly invented a “new generation” of 3D printed shoes, which “embraces each person’s unique form and shapes itself accordingly.” The custom printed Read more
  • Treating Plantar Fasciitis
    With all the extra standing and walking during the holiday season, any pain in the foot becomes a more debilitating problem.  Sufferers of plantar fasciitis usually experience sharp, stabbing pains Read more
  • North America has Largest Market for Rheumatoid Arthritis Therapeutics
    According to a recent global study on Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), North America has the biggest market for rheumatoid arthritis therapeutics. Europe follows at second. An increasing number of patients with Read more
  • Ankle Sprains: Tis' the Season
    It’s winter in New England and we all know what that means for the Boston area: freezing temperatures and icy steps and pavement—the perfect conditions for slipping and twisting your Read more
  • Changing Your Shoes for the Season
    It’s important to make sure you have orthotic support in your footwear, especially as you transition to boots for the winter. Having supportive footwear can help ease pain in your Read more
  • Treating Fungal Toenail Infections
    A common, yet often untreated foot condition are fungal toenails. Fungal nail infections (also known as onychomycosis) are often painless and can go unrecognized for a long time. The biggest Read more
  • Cold Feet Is One Symptom of Poor Blood Circulation
    While cold feet are often known as poor blood circulation, the symptom may also be confused for other things. Some say cold feet can actually be signs for peripheral neuropathy, Read more
  • Can Ingrown Toenails Be Prevented?
    This is a question that we frequently hear at New England Foot & Ankle Specialists. The answer is yes and no. An ingrown toenail is one that has started growing Read more
  • Foot Exercise to Maintain the Feet During Marathon Season
    Cooler weather makes for prime conditions for marathon season, when runners will be out training to their fullest. To ensure that the feet are kept in top shape, there are Read more
  • What Can Orthotics Do For You?
    Do you suffer from bunions, flat feet, plantar fasciitis, or Achilles tendonitis? These are just a few of many common foot conditions that can be helped with orthotics. Orthotics, or Read more
  • University Students donate Shoes to over 300 Children
    Student athletes from the University of Central Arkansas shoes to over 300 Conway children through the international project Shoes of Hope. The project aims to bring children together by washing Read more
  • 5 Tips for Preventing Diabetic Foot Problems
    November is National Diabetes Month. People with diabetes either don’t produce enough insulin or don’t use the insulin the body produces efficiently, and consequently sugar builds up in the blood. Read more

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