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What is an Ankle Sprain?

What is an Ankle Sprain?

An ankle sprain is a type of injury that occurs when you twist and/or land awkwardly on your ankle. Ligaments are the most commonly injured tissues in an ankle sprain. Ligaments are bands of connective tissue in the body that help to stabilize joints by preventing...

Bunions: Can They Be Prevented?

Bunions: Can They Be Prevented?

Can a bunion be prevented? The experts at Texas Foot & Ankle Center provide insight into this common question.

An Easy Guide to Ingrown Toenails

An Easy Guide to Ingrown Toenails

You would have to have experienced an ingrown toenail to understand just how painful it can be. Victims of these terrible little nuisances often complain that it feels like there is a knife slicing through your toe with every step you take. Just the thought of it can...

Easy but Vital Tips for Diabetic Foot Care

Easy but Vital Tips for Diabetic Foot Care

Proper management of diabetes involves more than a combination of medications and lifestyle changes. Amongst them, diabetes foot care is one of the most neglected and un-researched aspects.  Yet, an amputation takes place across the globe every 30 seconds due to...

What Does Stress Do to Your Feet?

What Does Stress Do to Your Feet?

Stress is described as a negative emotional state brought on by an unpleasant experience. We all feel stress as a result of events in our life. Stress can be short-term or long-term. In any case, it's critical to pinpoint the root of your anxiety.  Stress affects not...

Can Weather Affect Heel Pain?

Can Weather Affect Heel Pain?

As you may well know, good health is a key ingredient for living a fulfilling life. In most cases, conditions such as cancer and heart disease dominate such conversations. However, a condition does not have to be deadly to affect your lifestyle. If you have heel pain,...

Comprehensive Wound Care Means More than Cleaning and Dressing

Comprehensive Wound Care Means More than Cleaning and Dressing

Whenever we are faced with a diabetic wound, prompt and proper care is essential.  Any wound to the foot is always worthy of needed attention, of course, but diabetic wounds have a higher risk of infection and complications if they are not addressed well. That makes...

Why Does My Child Keep Getting Ingrown Toenails?

Why Does My Child Keep Getting Ingrown Toenails?

Lots of factors can contribute to recurring ingrown toenails in childhood, including shoes, trimming technique, and genetics. Our team can identify and treat them for your child.

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