Category Archives: Morton’s neuroma

FAQ-What can I do myself about my painful neuroma?

Actually a lot! There are a few simple things that you can do to help reduce the pain of a neuroma. Wear a wide, well cushioned shoe. Neuromas are most painful when the foot is squeezed into a tight shoe. Avoid  going barefoot. … Continue reading

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These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things!

By Dr. Gary Prant DPM Arbor Foot Health Center We sell a bunch of small foot health products in our office as a convenience to our patients. Typically these are things you just can’t find in stores that we have … Continue reading

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Steven Tyler’s Baby Boomer Feet

By: Dr. Gary Prant DPM Arbor Foot Health Center Steven Tyler has ugly, painful feet. Sure he’s 64 and near the leading edge of the Baby Boom generation (1946-1964) but is he typical of his generation? It’s a stretch to say … Continue reading

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Where Does It Hurt? Infographic

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Ultrasound imaging of the foot and ankle

If your doctor uses only x-ray to diagnose a foot or ankle problem, he may be getting only a part of the picture. X-rays reveal the bones, but they do not show the soft tissue including the blood vessels, nerves, … Continue reading

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