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  • Causes and Treatment for Numbness and Tingling in Feet

    Many things can cause numbness and tingling in your limbs, including sitting with your legs crossed or falling asleep on your arm. These sensations are very common and usually go away within a minute or so. But what if this uncomfortable “pins and needles” feeling …

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  • Take Care of Blisters, Corns & Calluses

    In order to take care of these pesky foot problems, you need to know a little more about each of them. Did you ever get a blister from a new pair of shoes? Maybe you’re a weight lifter and develop calluses on your hands? Or maybe you’re …

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  • Simple Foot Injections Can Help Change A Life

    An adored client of ours, Denise, tore fascia in her foot a while back. When she came to us, Dr. Titko knew just what would do the trick to get Denise back up on her feet and into her normal lifestyle. If you’re wondering what this …

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  • Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy

    Here at the Center for Foot Care, we offer Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy, or ESWT for short! Check out this small clip our beloved, Dr. Titko, briefly describe what this therapy can ultimately do for you! So, what exactly is ESWT? Like Dr. Titko mentioned …

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  • MLS Laser Benefits

    What does MLS stand for? Multiwave Locked System This innovative therapy laser was produced to have a reducing effect on pain, inflammation, contracture and edema within a short period of time. “The control system that generates the MLS pulse synchronizes the emissions to achieve optimum …

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  • Foot and Ankle Sports Injuries

    In athletes, foot and ankle injuries are very common. When it comes to competition, athletes are usually the ones to push themselves to their limits and sometimes try to not think about or avoid an injury, even when it’s giving them problems. Foot and ankle …

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  • 5 Reasons to Run With a Partner

    If you’re a frequent runner, you may like to do your morning or evening runs solo. You have your pace, you have your routine, and you don’t really want anyone to come in and change it up. But what if having a running buddy can …

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  • Q & A: Diabetes and Foot Problems

    Q & A: Diabetes & Foot Problems How can diabetes affect my feet? Diabetes can actually cause a couple problems in your feet. The first is called Diabetic neuropathy. This basically means that diabetes can directly affect your nervous system. If those nerves that get damaged …

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  • What Does an Achilles Tendon Injury Feel Like?

    Your Achilles tendon helps you perform all kind of basic movements such as walking, running, climbing stairs, or standing on your tip-toes. This long and somewhat springy band of tissue stretches from your heel to your lower calf muscles, and is one of the strongest …

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  • How to Treat Bursitis in the Heel

    Bursitis of the heel is a condition in which the bursa–a fluid-filled sac located on the back of the heel bone–begins to swell due to overuse or injury. This condition is quite common in people who engage in excessive running, jumping, or walking, and can …

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