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What is a Podiatrist?

What is a Podiatrist?

A podiatrist is a foot and ankle specialist. History of Podiatry Podiatry, initially known as chiropody, first became a recognized profession in the United States in 1895. Chiropody is the diagnosis and treatment of disease of the feet. The first podiatric ...

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Bunion Surgery FAQs

Bunion Surgery FAQs

Bunion Surgery With so many rumors about bunions and bunion surgery floating around, it’s hard to separate fact from fiction. Here are some answers to those frequently asked questions (FAQs) about bunions. What is a bunion? A bunion is a ...

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What is Type 2 Diabetes?

What is Type 2 Diabetes?

If you have Type 2 Diabetes know that you are not alone. Over the years, many celebrities have been diagnosed with diabetes.  Complete this crossword puzzle and see how many you can get (answers at the bottom of this post.) ...

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Do I need to wear diabetic shoes?

When it comes to diabetic shoes most people wonder, “Do I really need to wear diabetic shoes?  I like to wear shoes that are fashionable and I don’t remember diabetic shoes as being fashionable.” As diabetes becomes more common, companies ...

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Why are the back of my heels hurting me?

While women are out shopping this Black Friday at the Poughkeepsie Galleria, it is guaranteed that even though stilettos are not on the shopping list, they will end up in the shopping bag. With the holiday parties fast approaching women ...

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Why is my big toe in so much pain?

What is causing the severe pain in my big toe?  As it turns out, it could be all of that turkey – and more! Pull out the stretchy pants; it’s almost time for Thanksgiving dinner!  Just like many other families ...

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What are my shoes telling me?

Buying shoes can be confusing and overwhelming!! Before you head out to the Poughkeepsie Galleria in search of new shoes, look at the shoes on your feet for some help. Examine the tread (the soles) of your shoes to see if your ...

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