Month: December 2011

My note to diabetics

By Dr. Nicole Freels / December 29, 2011 / Comments Off on My note to diabetics

Whether you were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes years ago or have recently received the news, it’s vital that you take good care of your feet. You’ve no doubt heard the horror stories about diabetics having their toes and even feet amputated, right? Well that all starts with a seemingly innocent little blister or sore…

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Is there a rock in your shoe, constantly? It might be a neuroma

By Dr. Nicole Freels / December 19, 2011 / Comments Off on Is there a rock in your shoe, constantly? It might be a neuroma

Do you feel like you are standing on a pebble even though there is nothing there?  Do you feel the need to often remove your shoes from pain and massage your feet to make them feel better?  Do you have pain, numbness or tingling in your toes?  Then you may have a neuroma.    A…

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A patient who actually recommends shots? Of course!

By Dr. Nicole Freels / December 14, 2011 / Comments Off on A patient who actually recommends shots? Of course!

Here’s a great testimonial from a recent patient! So many people put off seeing a podiatrist because they fear the treatment will hurt more than the condition, but that’s not the case. Here’s what our patient, Pat has to say: “I have been dealing with pain in the ball of my foot and going down…

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