The expertise and experience of podiatrist Dr. David Gannon, usually only found at a large medical institutions, in a local comfortable setting.

FootNotes Patient Newsletter Spring 2016

Stories in Spring 2016 Patient Newsletter from the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons: Don’t Let an Old Ankle Injury Spring Up. Bunionettes Not as Cute as They Sound. Common Foot Care Myths Debunked. View and Print the PDF of the Shore Foot and Ankle-Spring 2016 FootNotes Patient Newsletter. Visit www.FootHealthFacts.org for more information or contact our office at 410-629-0222 for more info or appointments at either office.

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FootHealthFacts.org – Look up Foot Conditions & How Foot and Ankle Surgeons Can Help

FootHealthFacts.org features information on foot and ankle conditions tailored for: Women Men Children Athletes Diabetics Use their Interactive Foot Diagram to search the foot and ankle images and look up possible conditions. Dr. Gannon is a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS), doctors of podiatric medicine (DPM) with specialty training in surgical and nonsurgical treatment of conditions of the foot and ankle. About FootHealthFacts.org FootHealthFacts.org

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Ingrown Toenails Can Cause Big Problems for Kids

Ingrown toenails are a common and mostly benign foot problem that often occurs in children and teenagers. However, they can become a big problem when parents attempt at-home treatment or “bathroom surgery,” which can worsen the condition and lead to potentially serious complications such as severe pain, infection of the skin or underlying bone and possible deformity of the toe. Ingrown toenails occur when the corners or sides of the

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Winter 2015 FootNotes from American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS)

IN THIS ISSUE: Avoid Ankle Pain This Winter Protect Your Feet from Frostbite Ingrown Toenails Can Cause Big Problems for Kids From www.acfas.org | American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

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Guide to a Summer Free From Foot Pain

Learn how to protect feet during the hot summer months and have a summer free of foot pain. The latest edition of the American Podiatric Medical Association member-to-patient newsletter is now available for download. The July issue of Footprints talks about how to protect your feet, with tips on selecting proper summer footwear, a wedding footwear guide, and more. Read it here: APMA Footprints July 2015

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How to Wear Wedges and Platform shoes Safely

Towering wedges and platform shoes combine all the things many women love in footwear—a little bit of height, straps, and lots of style options. Be careful up there, though, because platforms and wedges can be unsteady, causing instability and problems with balance. Also, excessive height can lead to ankle rolls and falls. Try lower platforms and wedges with secure ankle straps, cork material bottoms for shock absorption, and traction for slippery

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