Ingrown toenails can sometimes be managed on your own, but here at Podiatry Associates in Baltimore, we always recommend medical attention, especially since an infection may occur in the toenail. If you detect any signs of ingrown toenail infection like pain,...read more
When it comes to taking care of your feet, you’ll know when you have an ingrown toenail. The nail, typically the large toenail, starts growing into the side of your toe, creating a lot of pain and red swelling in that area. What are the symptoms for an ingrown...read more
For a diabetic patient, developing a foot ulcer can be one of the most serious complications. The nature of diabetes puts these individuals at higher risk for wounds on their lower extremities such as ulcers. Approximately 15% of diabetics cases have been known to...read more
Suffering from foot problems and finding it troublesome to carry out your daily routine? This means you should schedule an appointment with one of our podiatrists in Baltimore. But before that, here are some questions you may have about podiatrists: What’s a...read more
Foot care is essential for diabetes patients because diabetes is proven to have its effects on foot nerves because of a significant reduction in blood flow. Diabetic patients have a higher chance of foot infection caused by an injury that can become life-threatening...read more
Proper foot care is imperative for people with diabetes because even a minor injury such as a small cut can lead to severe implications. Poor circulation and nerve damage caused by diabetes can put you at risk of leg/foot amputation and irreversible foot damage;...read more
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