At Precision Foot and Ankle, we want to provide you with all the useful information that you could need to help keep you up and on your feet. Keeping your feet and ankles strong and healthy so you can do the activities you love is our goal. In our monthly newsletters you will find all sorts of helpful tips and tricks. There’s home remedies, fun family recipes, and other treatment options. If you have any questions, our newsletter are always a great place to check for answers!
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August 2019 – We’ve got tips to protect your ankles against sprains and how to prevent any fungal infections – don’t miss out!
July 2019 – Our July 2019 Newsletter is packed with great information—don’t miss it!
June 2019 – Our latest newsletter has some tips for you on ankle stability, children’s foot health, and a great recipe for egg salad!
May 2019 – Our May 2019 Newsletter is packed with great information, and you won’t want to miss out!
April 2019 – Spring is here and your April 2019 Newsletter is now available right at your fingertips! And you’re probably itching to get those sports activities into high gear – find out how to keep your feet at top shape throughout the Spring season.
March 2019 – Happy March from your go-to podiatrist, Dr. Dennis Tenenboym! Whether you are feeling lucky or not this St. Patty’s Day month, our newsletter has great information on how to keep your feet healthy and more!
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January 2019 – Check out our January newsletter for tips on how you can keep that resolution to take better care of your feet in 2019!
December 2018 – The holidays are already stressful—so don’t let foot pain compound that stress. Instead, check out our December newsletter for helpful health tips and information!
November 2018 – From diabetic foot care to the health effects of gratitude, the November 2018 newsletter of Precision Foot and Ankle has something to be thankful for!
To prevent ingrown toenails, it is best to avoid trimming your toenails too short. Trim your toenails straight across instead of curving at the edges. Trying to cut out the ingrown edges can make the condition worse over time. If this is the first time you are experiencing an ingrown toenail, you may also try to soak your feet in lukewarm water with epsom salts. If you do not notice improvement in your symptoms within a couple of days, see your local podiatrist for further management before the condition becomes worse. In general, home treatment does little to fix the problem and can make the problem worse.
When To See Your Podiatrist
You should see your podiatrist if you continue to experience pain and redness or if your symptoms worsen. Your podiatrist will perform a minor procedure to remove the offending nail border and improve your pain. The procedure will likely be performed with local anesthesia to make you comfortable. They may also prescribe an antibiotic to treat the infection if needed. Most people experience minimal pain after the procedure and can resume normal activity the next day.
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