Dancers And Ingrown Toenails

Dancers exhibit strength and grace and impressive control over their bodies. Professional, pre-professional, and competitive dancers spend many hours each week in the studio honing their skills. All that hard work can wreak havoc on their feet. At some point in their careers, most dancers have to deal with ingrown toenails. Development of Ingrown Toenails The nail of the big toe, or hallux, can become ingrown when the sides of the nail start growing down into the skin. Read More 

Bunion Surgery 101: A Guide Of Faqs

Sometimes painful, and oftentimes unsightly, bunions have an ugly reputation for being a real pain in the foot. Thankfully, there are multiple treatment options available, including surgery. If you have bunions on your feet, you are bound to be curious about the methods used to get rid of them. Take a look at some of the common questions people with bunions tend to have about bunion surgery.  Do all bunions have to be surgically removed? Read More