Month: November 2016

How Do I Know if I Have a Toenail Fungus?

Does one or more of your toenails look odd? Is it crumbly at the edge, yellowish and irregular? Don’t just ignore this unusual appearance. Healthy toenails are transparent and pink, with no brittle edges. You may have a toenail fungus, a common condition that affects up to 20% of U.S. adults. Foot fungus can multiply […]

Thank your Feet this Thanksgiving

Our cherished, all-American holiday is right around the corner – Thanksgiving! Each year we all pause to consider those things for which we are thankful. We are grateful for our families and our warm, safe homes. Children give thanks for pumpkin pie, their pets and not having to clean up after holiday meals. This month, […]

Children and Toe Walking

As parents of small children, we worry about all kinds of things. Is my picky eater getting the right nutrition? Is teething causing my baby’s fever? Will my child ever sleep through the night? Here’s a common question that we hear frequently in our office: Should I be worried because my toddler walks on her […]