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  • How We Can Help Alleviate Your Heel Pain
    How We Can Help Alleviate Your Heel Pain Do you have heel pain? Heel pain can have numerous causes. Some of the more common causes include standing for long periods, wearing Read more
  • Preventing and Treating Athlete's Foot
    Are the areas between your toes covered by a red, itchy rash? Athlete's foot, a common fungal infection, may be to blame. Dr. Ryan Anderson, Dr. Bryan Seagle, and Dr. Read more
  • Do You Have Poor Circulation?
    Are you suffering from poor circulation? Are your hands and feet colder than most people, even when it's not that cold outside? If so, you may be suffering from poor circulation. Read more
  • Taking Care of Flat Feet
    Dealing with achy, tired feet? Flat feet could be to blame. We don’t often think about the structure of our foot and how it plays a role in your foot health Read more
  • What is an Ingrown Toenail?
    Could an ingrown toenail be the cause of your toe pain? While ingrown toenails are pretty common, they can still be pretty painful and could even lead to some complications if Read more
  • How to Choose The Right Shoes
    Shoe shopping can be frustrating, especially if you wear an unusual size or have other abnormalities in your feet or gait. Podiatrists like Dr. Ryan Anderson, Dr. Bryan Seagle, and Read more
  • How Can I Treat My Calluses?
    Even if you don't regularly get pedicures, you still don't want your feet to look unattractive. Unfortunately, the feet are subject to damage due to the amount of time we Read more
  • FAQ About Pain
    Foot pain, especially when it's advanced, is a major problem that can make it difficult for even the most resilient person to get through the day. The American Podiatric Medical Read more
  • How To End Your Heel Pain
    Is heel pain affecting your daily routine? Then it’s time you put a stop to it! Do you wake up with stabbing heel pain? Does the problem seem to dissipate enough Read more
  • Why Is My Toenail Turning Black?
    Worried about a black toenail? Dr. Ryan Anderson and his colleagues, Dr. Bryan Seagle and Dr. Doug Toole, your Bountiful, Draper and Sandy, UT foot doctors, explain what causes this Read more
  • Why Diabetic Foot Care is Important
    If you have diabetes it’s important that you know how to properly care for your feet. Whether you’ve had diabetes for a long time or have just been diagnosed you can Read more
  • Is heel pain affecting your day to day life?
    Is heel pain affecting your daily life? Has walking or standing become more difficult since your pain started? Whether your pain comes from an active lifestyle or standing at work Read more
  • Tips for Geriatric Foot Care
    Caring for your feet as you age can prevent numerous issues. Here's how: The aging process can be frustrating, especially when it comes to health issues. However, just a few simple Read more
  • How to Deal with Warts on Your Foot
    Find out the best treatment options for eliminating your warts. The bad news is that you have a wart, but the good news is that plantar and palmer warts will often Read more
  • What's Causing My Laterial Ankle Pain?
    Lateral ankle pain can be a chronic problem that leads to more ankle issues. Learn the basics and how to prevent it here. If you've sprained your ankle and you're still Read more
  • Signs You May Have Poor Foot Circulation
    A relatively common foot condition seen by Sandy podiatrists, poor circulation can be caused by a number of factors including obesity, diabetes, blood clots and peripheral artery disease. While the Read more

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