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Cracked heels Cure

2017-10-11T10:36:55+00:00

Here in southern California lots of people are walking around in flip-flops and sandals much of the year. This can cause a lot of dryness in the heel area and eventually cause unsightly cracks. Watch this video about how to get smooth again:

Dr. Google

2017-10-03T09:20:25+00:00

  Have you checked out your condition on Dr. Google? If so, you're not alone! The internet provides lots of useful information but sometimes there's also lots of incorrect information. We get patients all the time that are following terrible advice from the internet. Soaking your feet in baking soda to get rid of [...]

Toenail Fungus help!

2017-07-31T21:13:29+00:00

Infected toenails are difficult to treat and instructions have to be followed carefully to see good results.  Ideally, we want to see clear, healthy toenails growing after six months to a year (depending on how fast your nails grow).  There are 30 million people suffering from this condition in the US alone, so don't feel [...]

Watch the Arch

2017-07-31T21:11:45+00:00

Those cute flip-flops and dressy flat sandals you have in your closet could be responsible for your foot and ankle pain. Doctors are concerned about how frequently we're wearing shoes without proper arch support. "You don't have the arch support. A lot of times people develop osteoarthritis in what we call the midtarsal joint or [...]

Wearing Shoes that Fit!

2017-07-31T21:03:30+00:00

When was the last time you had your foot measured to check your shoe size? If the answer is more than a year ago, there is a good chance your shoes are causing you some kind of pain, from pinched toes to unsightly calluses. Foot shape and size can change in small but meaningful ways [...]

Some Tips from Dr. Elle Farajian

2017-07-31T21:01:36+00:00

You may save some money buying so-called "custom-fit" orthotics, but in reality it may be a waste of money. Aside from giving you some padding and arch support, they're not anything like the medical orthotics I make by getting a mold of your feet in my office. Unless they're specifically made for your feet, they're [...]