• Treating Toenail Fungus
    Treating toenail fungus Toenail fungus--it's one of the most common podiatric problems children, teens, and adults have. Causing thickened, yellow, brittle nails, onychomycosis (the medical name for toenail fungus) spreads easily Read more
  • What Causes Warts?
    What Causes Warts? Got foot warts? Nearly everyone will have a wart at some point in their lives. Warts are typically small, hard skin growths caused by an infection with humanpallilloma Read more
  • Treating Heel Spurs
    Have you been experiencing any heel pain or bothersome tenderness without any obvious cause? Although heel spurs themselves sometimes do not cause acute discomfort, they are frequently associated with the Read more
  • Types of Custom Orthotics
    Custom orthotics are removable shoe inserts that provide greater arch support and stability to the feet and ankles. There are different types of orthotics available depending on the issue and Read more
  • Caring For Arthritic Feet
    Arthritis is a joint condition that affects roughly 54 million American adults according to the Arthritis Foundation. It can show up in joints all around the body, including the feet Read more
  • What to Do When You Keep Getting Blisters
    A foot blister is a small pocket of fluid that forms on the foot. Blisters can be painful while they heal. Foot blisters are caused by several things, including friction, Read more
  • Is Bunion Surgery Right For You?
    Bunions are a condition that we see often at New England Foot & Ankle Specialists. The bony protuberance forms on the outside of the base of the big toe as Read more
  • Foot Conditions That are Not as Scary as They Sound
    With Halloween right around the corner, things are starting to look pretty spooky, with witches on brooms, black cats and ghoulishly grinning jack-o-lanterns perched on every front porch. Footcare, however, Read more
  • Could You Have Cavus Foot?
    Do you experience pain when you are walking or standing? Do you have calluses on the ball or side of your foot or on your heel? Does your ankle feel Read more
  • Treating Sesamoid Injuries
    Injuries to the sesamoids—those two little bones on the underside of your foot near the base of the big toe—can cause pain and disability that ranges from mild to severe. Read more
  • Back to School: A Pain in the Foot?
    Children are famous for finding reasons for not wanting to go to school, especially after the lazy days of summer but if your child is using foot pain as an Read more
  • Fall Hikes and Foot Health
    The beautiful changing leaves and crisp air here in New England are a real incentive to hit one or more of the many hiking trails our area has to offer. Read more
  • Treating Fungal Nails with Laser Therapy
    At New England Foot & Ankle Specialists one of the more frequent conditions we see in patients is fungal toenails. Symptoms of fungal toenail include: discoloration and thickening of the Read more
  • September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month
    Your weight and the health of your feet—there’s an undeniable connection. At New England Foot & Ankle Specialists, we see the incidence and severity of many medical disorders and conditions Read more
  • Tracking Down the Source of Muscle Spasms
    Sometimes patients are hesitant to come to New England Foot & Ankle Specialists with a complaint of muscle spasms. After all, even though they are annoying and mildly painful, spasms Read more
  • Treating a Lisfranc Injury
    Have you ever heard of a Lisfranc joint or ligament? They are located in the middle of your foot at the point where your metatarsal bones meet up with the Read more
  • What Makes Psoriatic Arthritis Different?
    If the joints in your feet are inflamed, you’ll know it. The pain and stiffness will be evident with every step. August is Psoriasis Awareness Month and here at New Read more

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Wakefield, MA 01880 US

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