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More Than Just Sterile Instruments

By Dr. Gary Prant DPM Arbor Foot Health Center These days we expect that any time we have something even mildly invasive done at a doctor’s office or even at a spa that the instruments they use on us are … Continue reading

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What To Do When You Have Blood Under A Toenail

By Dr. Gary Prant DPM Arbor Foot Health Center Say you drop something on one of your big toenails and there is blood under the toenail – what do you do? A good step would to elevate the foot above … Continue reading

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Can Anything That Is Alive Live Forever?

By Dr. Gary Prant DPM Arbor Foot Health Center If you are like me, you thought the answer to this question was an emphatic “no.” Every living thing – no matter how long it lives – will eventually die. That … Continue reading

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Barefoot Parks

Introduction by Dr. Gary Prant DPM Arbor Foot Health Center You know how every once in a while you come across something that sounds so cool you would just love to try it? Well I came across an article about … Continue reading

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The Latest Thinking on Toenail Fungus – October 2012

Using the Q-Clear Laser to Cure Toenail Fungus By:  Dr. Gary Prant, DPM Some people meet and discuss world peace, national security and other big ideas. I just returned from a podiatry meeting where there was a lot of discussion … Continue reading

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Crunch Time for Toenails

Even using the most advanced Q-Clear laser for treating fungus toenails it still takes at least 6 to 8 months for a toenail to grow in normally. What can you do if you want to do a laser treatment for … Continue reading

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Orthotics: When it’s okay to go without

Do I have to wear my orthotic all the time? This is the most common question patients ask when they receive new orthotics, or ort hopedic insert. It is an excellent and certainly logical question. If you are prescribed orthotics, … Continue reading

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