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Foot Care One

 Most people suffer from some kind of foot disorder - from athlete`s foot or ingrown nails to bunions, hammertoes, or corns. Tight fitting or high-heeled shoes are often the culprit, but heredity, poor foot care, injuries or medical conditions can also cause problems - take a moment to read about some common foot ailments and treatment options available to patients. If you would like more information, we invite you to contact our office to set up an appointment for a consultation.
Address: Torrance, CA, 90503    
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Website: Foot Care One
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 We specialize in foot and ankle problems, successfully treating ailments such as: 
 Heel Pain 
 Ingrown Toenails 
 Arthritis/Joint Pain 
 Diabetic Ulcers 
 Bone Spurs 
 Sports Injuries 
 Medical Conditions
 You may not realize that your overall health affects your foot health a lot. Many medical conditions that affect circulation (blood flow), nerves (feeling), or joints may cause damage to your feet first. You should see your podiatrist regularly, especially if you have a medical condition such as diabetes, poor circulation, gout or arthritis. A podiatrist does not treat the underlying medical condition, but they will work closely with your primary physician to provide care and catch problems early. 
 Nail Problems 
 If you have a painful or unsightly nail problem, don't ignore it. It probably won't go away by itself. Nail problems are common complaints, and your podiatrist can treat them effectively with medication, surgical procedures and general podiatric care. Some common nail problems are: 
 Ingrown Nails: nails can grow into the skin, causing pain. This is often the result of heredity, or improper nail care. 
 Nerve Conditions 
 If you suffer from sharp pain, numbness, or a burning feeling in your toes, a nerve condition might be the cause. This is usually the result of wearing tight shoes, being on your feet too long, or a general medical condition. Nerve conditions can be hard to detect, but your podiatrist is trained to identify them, relieve any pain they cause, and when possible, correct them. Some typical nerve conditions include: 
 Neuromas: a thickening of nerves - usually between toes - causes foot pain, numbness, burning or tingling. 
 Neuropathy: diabetes, vitamin deficiencies, and other medical conditions can lead to loss of feeling, pain, or strange sensations in the feet.

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21250 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 160 Torrance, CA, 90503

Website: Foot Care One  Bay Harbor Podiatry Group

See also related Categories: Dermatology, Orthopedics, Podiatry, Physical Therapies,

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