When You Should Consider Foot and Ankle Surgery
Our experienced doctors try to avoid surgery whenever possible, providing patients with effective nonsurgical solutions; however, sometimes foot and ankle surgery is necessary. Here are some signs that you may need foot or ankle surgery.
Proper Bunion Care
A bunion is a large, bony bump on the side of your foot close to your big toe. Prevention is key when it comes to bunions. Remember to wear wider shoes, avoid wearing high heels, and use inserts in your shoes to prevent friction.
Treating Chronic Heel Pain
A common cause of chronic heel pain is plantar fasciitis. There are many treatment options that may be recommended by your podiatrist regarding chronic heel pain as a result of plantar fasciitis in St. Clair Shores, Warren, & Macomb, MI.
Female Foot Woes Linked to Footwear
Shoe choice can negatively impact your feet. Shoes that are too small, high heels, flats, and styles with narrow toe boxes can lead to a host of problems like bunions, hammertoes, plantar fasciitis, flat feet, ingrown toenails, neuromas and more.
Facts About Peripheral Neuropathy
Are you experiencing burning, tingling, or numbness in your feet? Do you sometimes have sharp shooting pains or feel off-balance? At Benenati Foot & Ankle Care Centers, we recognize these as potential symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.
Do’s and Dont’s for Dealing with Ingrown Toenails
It may be hard to believe that something as small as a toenail could cause such excruciating pain. However, at Benenati Foot & Ankle Care Centers, we know that an ingrown toenail ranks near the top of the most painful podiatric conditions our Macomb County patients bring us for treatment.
Tips for Arthritis Awareness Month
At Benenati Foot & Ankle Care Centers, we see firsthand in our Macomb County patients the effect joint diseases have on the feet—after all, each of them has 33 joints that enable you to stand, walk, run, jump and accomplish many daily tasks.