Learn More About Foot and Ankle Conditions and Treatments

Looking for the right treatment for a painful foot condition? Our library articles have the facts you need to relieve foot and ankle pain. Browse our recent articles for information on bunions, plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, warts, corns, and more.

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  • May 2018 Newsletter Dr. Corey Fox takes the time to break down some common wart myths and let you know what is real and what isn’t. Also, Dr. Fox discusses important matters like exercising with your kids and how you can prevent overuse injuries.
  • March 2018 Newsletter The March 2018 Newsletter from Massapequa Podiatry Associates discusses foot care at work, pain in the ball of the foot, and when it's safe to start giving juice to your baby.
  • January 2018 Newsletter Dr. Fox’s latest newsletter offers great mid-winter advice to stay active and treat your feet!
  • November 2017 Newsletter Our November 2017 newsletter provides valuable information on neuropathy management, as well as the benefits of diabetic shoes and even a warm bath.
  • September 2017 Newsletter Our September 2017 newsletter offers tips on running a marathon, packing healthier lunches, and what to do if you suffer a tendon rupture.
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  • July 2017 Newsletter Tips on how to keep your feet safe this summer, as well as foot-friendly yoga positions and a recipe for a relaxing foot soak.
  • May 2017 Newsletter What really causes bunions? What are your shoes saying about you? Learn tips on getting a better night’s sleep, managing neuropathy at home, and family fitness.
  • March 2017 Newsletter Get tips on keeping feet safe this spring, from treating bursitis and avoiding basketball injuries to picking the perfect rain boot or learning about orthotics.
  • January 2017 Newsletter Happy new year! And happy reading about smoking cessation, achilles rupture healing measures, foot odor, and a nice soup recipe in our first newsletter of 2017!