1. Hammertoe, Bunion, Heel Pain Podiatrist in Naples and Bonita Springs FL - Mickey Gordon, DPM

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    Hammertoe, Bunion, Heel Pain Podiatrist in Naples and Bonita Springs FL - Mickey Gordon, DPM - Gulfcoast Foot and Ankle Center http://www.gulfcoastfootcare.com Phone: (239) 566-8800 Meet Podiatrist Dr. Mickey Gordon of Gulfcoast Foot and Ankle Center as he treatments for hammertoe, bunion and heel pain. We strive to be the best podiatrists in Naples, Bonita Springs, Southwest Florida Welcome to the Gulfcoast Foot and Ankle Center, a podiatric medical and surgical practice with offices conveniently located in North Naples, Physician's Regional Medical Center at Pine Ridge, and Bonita Springs, Florida. Drs. Gordon and Austin treat patients in the North Naples and Physician's Regional offices. Drs. Crist and Boysen treat patients at the Bonita Springs and Physician's Regional Offices. Dr. Mickey Gordon, Dr. John A. Crist, Dr. Brooke Austin and Dr. Thomas J. Boysen are highly skilled and trained podiatric physicians and surgeons. Their goals are to treat every patient as a person with unique individual problems and needs. They will do their best to alleviate your foot problems and pain after first diagnosing the cause of the symptoms. Our doctors pledge to do their utmost to explain the nature of your condition and purpose of the treatments recommended. Dr. Mickey Gordon, Dr. John A. Crist, Dr. Brooke Austin and Dr. Thomas J. Boysen are adept at performing non-invasive treatments for heel pain and neuromas and skilled at relieving the discomfort of sports injuries including ankle sprains, bunions, hammertoes, congenital deformities, ingrown toenails, fractures and diabetic foot care. They work at Naples Community Hospital, North Collier Hospital, Physician's Regional Medical Center (formerly The Cleveland Clinic) and several surgery centers. Dr. Mickey Gordon, Dr. John A. Crist, Dr. Brooke Austin, Dr. Thomas J. Boysen and their pleasant and highly trained staff - welcome you and your family to our practice. Schedule an appointment: (239) 566-8800 Visit our website: http://www.gulfcoastfootcare.com

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    • Heel Pain - Podiatrist in Lakeland and Bartow, FL - Gabriel Delgado, DPM

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      Heel Pain - Podiatrist in Lakeland and Bartow, FL - Gabriel Delgado, DPM http://midflafootandankle.com Phone (863) 686-1641 Podiatrist Dr. Gabriel F Delgado of Mid Florida Foot & Ankle Clinic discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Heel Pain. HEEL SPUR- (PLANTAR FASCIITIS) http://midflafootandankle.com/surgical-non-surgical/heel-pain A heel spur is a calcium deposit on the underside of the heel bone. On an X-ray, a heel spur protrusion can extend forward by as much as a half-inch. Heel spurs occur when calcium deposits build up on the underside of the heel bone, a process that usually occurs over a period of many months. Heel spurs are often caused by strains on foot muscles and ligaments, stretching of the plantar fascia, and repeated tearing of the membrane that covers the heel bone. Heel spurs are especially common among athletes whose activities include large amounts of running and jumping. Risk factors for heel spurs include: • Walking gait abnormalities, which may place excessive stress on the heel bone, ligaments, and nerves near the heel • Running or jogging, especially on hard surfaces • Poorly fitted or badly worn shoes, especially those lacking appropriate arch support • Excess weight Other risk factors associated with plantar fasciitis include: • Increasing age, which decreases plantar fascia flexibility and thins the heel’s protective fat pad • Diabetes • Spending most of the day on one’s feet • Frequent short bursts of physical activity • Having either flat feet or high arches Symptoms of Heel Spurs Heel spurs often cause no symptoms. But heel spurs can be associated with intermittent or chronic pain — especially while walking, jogging, or running — if inflammation develops at the point of the spur formation. In general, the cause of the pain is not the heel spur itself but the soft-tissue injury associated with it. Many people describe the pain of heel spurs and plantar fasciitis as a knife or pin sticking into the bottom of their feet when they first stand up in the morning — a pain that later turns into a dull ache. They often complain that the sharp pain returns after they stand up after sitting for a prolonged period of time. Also known as heel spur syndrome, the condition is often successfully treated with conservative measures, such as the use of anti-inflammatory medications, ice packs, stretching exercises, orthotic devices, and physical therapy. Please call to schedule an appointment (863) 686-1641 Visit our website: http://midflafootandankle.com  

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      • Hammertoes and Corns - Podiatrist in Lakeland and Bartow, FL - Gabriel Delgado, DPM

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        Hammertoes and Corns - Podiatrist in Lakeland and Bartow, FL - Gabriel Delgado, DPM http://midflafootandankle.com Phone (863) 686-1641 Podiatrist Dr. Gabriel F Delgado of Mid Florida Foot & Ankle Clinic discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Hammertoes and Corns. http://midflafootandankle.com/hammer-toes Hammertoes Hammertoe is a deformity of the second, third, or fourth toes. In this condition, the toe is bent at the middle joint, causing it to resemble a hammer. Left untreated, hammertoes can become inflexible and require surgery. People with hammertoe may have corns or calluses on the top of the middle joint of the toe or on the tip of the toe. They may also feel pain in their toes or feet and have difficulty finding comfortable shoes. Causes of hammertoes include: • improperly fitting shoes • muscle imbalance. Treatment for the condition typically involves wearing shoes with soft, roomy toe boxes and toe exercises to stretch and strengthen the muscles. Commercially available straps, cushions, or non-medicated corn pads may also relieve symptoms. In severe cases, hammertoe surgery may be recommended to correct the deformity. Please call to schedule an appointment (863) 686-1641 Visit our website: http://midflafootandankle.com  

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        • Plantar Faciitis Sufferer Reviews Good Feet Arch Supports in Boston

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          America's #1 Arch Support! Located in Newtonville, Rockland, Framingham, Lexington and Andover. Are you suffering from foot pain, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, hammertoes, or bunions? Good Feet Arch Supports have helped millions of customers all over the world to relieve their foot pain and be able to once again walk, work --even enjoy their favorite sports activities -- pain free, for the first time in years. What about your knees, hips, and back? Before taking another step, treat yourself to the best arch supports, foot orthotics, and shoe inserts/insoles in the United States. Visit Good Feet arch supports at any of our locations across BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS Call 617-581-6989 or visit us online at www.goodfeet.com/boston for foot, knee, back, and leg pain relief.

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          • Foot Pain Relief At Good Feet Boston

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            America's #1 Arch Support! Located in Newtonville, Rockland, Framingham, Lexington and Andover. Are you suffering from foot pain, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, hammertoes, or bunions? Good Feet Arch Supports have helped millions of customers all over the world to relieve their foot pain and be able to once again walk, work --even enjoy their favorite sports activities -- pain free, for the first time in years. What about your knees, hips, and back? Before taking another step, treat yourself to the best arch supports, foot orthotics, and shoe inserts/insoles in the United States. Visit Good Feet arch supports at any of our locations across BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS Call 617-581-6989 or visit us online at http://www.goodfeet.com/boston for foot, knee, back, and leg pain relief.

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            • How To Choose The Best Basketball Footwear

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              Fall is here! It's time for basketball! So, how do you choose the right basketball sneakers for you? Find out here. 1. Comfort -- Choose a shoes that breathes and not too tight. 2. Support 3. Type of Shoe -- there are three main tops of basketball shoes like high-tops, mid-tops, low-tops. Choosing the right style will depend on your position and the typical movements you'll be making on the court. Treat your feet right and they'll treat you right! For more information, subscribe to our Vimeo channel! https://vimeo.com/channels/getpainfree

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              • How To Choose The Right Hiking Boot

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                Hiking is a great way to spend time with your family & friends! You can even sneak in a healthy dose of exercise, while you experience the stunning fall scenery. Here are a few tips to choose the perfect hiking boot for you. 1. The Right Fit -- Your foot needs to feet snug in your boot. A poor fitting boot will cause blisters and a sprained ankle. 2. Hiking Type & Length -- If you're taking day trips, a light hiking boots will be a good option. For longer trips, you'll want a hiking boot with stiffer soles and a higher cut to support our ankles in uneven terrain. 3. Keep Your Feet Dry -- Wet feet not only cause blisters, they also provide an environment for fungus growth. This can potentially lead to a medical emergency. Dry feet are happy feet. Choose a quality water resistant leather and waterproof, breathable lining. These features could save you a trip to the podiatrist! Treat your feet right and they'll treat you right! For more information, subscribe to our Vimeo channel! https://vimeo.com/channels/getpainfree

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                • What is a Hammertoe? Podiatrist - Brooksville, Spring Hill, Homosassa, Hudson, FL - Charles Chapel, DPM

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                  What is a Hammertoe? Podiatrist - Brooksville, Spring Hill, Homosassa, Hudson, FL - Charles Chapel, DPM Phone: 352-684-1444 http://www.chapelpodiatry.com Podiatrist Dr. Charles Chapel of Chapel Podiatry discusses symptoms, causes and treatments for hammertoe. Hammertoe is a deformity of the second, third, or fourth toes. In this condition, the toe is bent at the middle joint, causing it to resemble a hammer. Left untreated, hammertoes can become inflexible and require surgery. People with hammertoe may have corns or calluses on the top of the middle joint of the toe or on the tip of the toe. They may also feel pain in their toes or feet and have difficulty finding comfortable shoes. Causes of hammertoe include improperly fitting shoes and muscle imbalance. Treatment for the condition typically involves wearing shoes with soft, roomy toe boxes and toe exercises to stretch and strengthen the muscles. Commercially available straps, cushions, or nonmedicated corn pads may also relieve symptoms. In severe cases, hammertoe surgery may be recommended to correct the deformity. Call for an Appointment: 352-684-1444 Visit our website: http://www.chapelpodiatry.com

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                  • What Causes Hammertoes? Podiatrist - Brooksville, Spring Hill, Homosassa, Hudson, FL - Charles Chapel, DPM

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                    What Causes Hammertoes? Podiatrist - Brooksville, Spring Hill, Homosassa, Hudson, FL - Charles Chapel, DPM Phone: 352-684-1444 http://www.chapelpodiatry.com Podiatrist Dr. Charles Chapel of Chapel Podiatry discusses causes for hammertoes. Hammertoe is a deformity of the second, third, or fourth toes. In this condition, the toe is bent at the middle joint, causing it to resemble a hammer. Left untreated, hammertoes can become inflexible and require surgery. People with hammertoe may have corns or calluses on the top of the middle joint of the toe or on the tip of the toe. They may also feel pain in their toes or feet and have difficulty finding comfortable shoes. Causes of hammertoe include improperly fitting shoes and muscle imbalance. Treatment for the condition typically involves wearing shoes with soft, roomy toe boxes and toe exercises to stretch and strengthen the muscles. Commercially available straps, cushions, or nonmedicated corn pads may also relieve symptoms. In severe cases, hammertoe surgery may be recommended to correct the deformity. Call for an Appointment: 352-684-1444 Visit our website: http://www.chapelpodiatry.com

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                    • What Can Happen If I Don’t Treat My Hammertoes? Podiatrist - Brooksville, Spring Hill, Homosassa, Hudson, FL - Charles Chapel

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                      What Can Happen If I Don’t Treat My Hammertoes? Podiatrist - Brooksville, Spring Hill, Homosassa, Hudson, FL - Charles Chapel, DPM Phone: 352-684-1444 http://www.chapelpodiatry.com Podiatrist Dr. Charles Chapel of Chapel Podiatry discusses symptoms, causes and treatments for hammertoe. Hammertoe is a deformity of the second, third, or fourth toes. In this condition, the toe is bent at the middle joint, causing it to resemble a hammer. Left untreated, hammertoes can become inflexible and require surgery. People with hammertoe may have corns or calluses on the top of the middle joint of the toe or on the tip of the toe. They may also feel pain in their toes or feet and have difficulty finding comfortable shoes. Causes of hammertoe include improperly fitting shoes and muscle imbalance. Treatment for the condition typically involves wearing shoes with soft, roomy toe boxes and toe exercises to stretch and strengthen the muscles. Commercially available straps, cushions, or nonmedicated corn pads may also relieve symptoms. In severe cases, hammertoe surgery may be recommended to correct the deformity. Call for an Appointment: 352-684-1444 Visit our website: http://www.chapelpodiatry.com

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