Things You Should Learn About Ingrown Toenail Treatment And When To Seek Podiatry Care

Pesky ingrown toenails are the most common nail impairment. This is when the corners of your toenail dig into the soft skin on your toe. This condition leads to redness, swelling, and bacterial formation, which collects in the curving nail that has now dug into your toe's flesh. More often than not, this irritating wound becomes an infection on your big toe, but it may also infect other toes as well. [Read More]

Tips for Recovering from Bunion Surgery

A bunion is a deformity that occurs when the bones of the big toe are not in the proper position and cause a large bony bump that protrudes from the side of the foot. A bunion typically develops slowly over time; if a bunion is not causing any issues, a podiatrist may take a watch-and-see approach. However, many bunions, particularly large bunions, can be quite painful and cause stiffness in the foot that can make it difficult to walk or do other physical activities. [Read More]