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The Importance of Foot Care if You're a Diabetic Jun 17th, 2021

In patients living with chronic diabetes, care of the legs and feet can be a very important part of daily routines. That’s because living with chronic diabetes can cause nerve damage, resulting in the loss of sensation in the legs and feet.  Without the right diabetic foot care, and regular...

Could My Heel Pain Be Plantar Fasciitis? May 21st, 2021

Heel pain can keep you off your feet, preventing you from getting out and enjoying the springtime weather and your favorite activities. Did you know that the most common cause of heel pain in adults in the United States is plantar fasciitis? At The Foot Care Group, our team of...

Do I Need Bunion Surgery? Apr 15th, 2021

Bunions on your feet can cause pain and discomfort, limiting your choice in footwear and aesthetically disfiguring your feet. Take control of your bunions this spring with the help of Dr. Steve Sharlin and his team of podiatry experts at The Foot Care Group. We offer a full range of...

5 Tips for Strengthening Your Ankle After a Sprain Mar 16th, 2021

When you sprain your ankle, the pain lets you know! Sprained ankles, some of the most common types of sports injuries, can be both uncomfortable and restrictive. A sprained ankle can keep you from enjoying free and easy motion for days or weeks while your injured joint recovers from a...

Telehealth: The Advantages of Telemedicine Feb 4th, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered dramatic changes throughout everyday life — and in the medical community as well. Not only are providers across the country postponing elective procedures, but many are also encouraging people to avoid in-office appointments to reduce their risk of exposure to this highly contagious coronavirus.But what...

Here’s How Custom Orthotics Can Help Flat Feet Feb 1st, 2021

Each person’s feet are unique. And while that’s part of what makes you special, certain traits can stand in the way of your well-being. Flat feet are one such example. If you have flat feet, it means that your arches fall, allowing the full soles of your feet to touch...