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Find Helpful Insight on Our Blog From the Pennsylvania Foot and Ankle Doctors

We believe in offering you up-to-date information about the latest treatments and tips to help with your foot pain. Check back to our blog by our Adams County foot and ankle doctors regularly to find details about how you can help your feet and ankles feel better.

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  • Pokemon Go and Podiatry Pokemon Go has everyone talking even our podiatrist!
  • Causes of Burning Feeling in Feet A burning feeling in the feet isn’t always the cause of a direct burn. The doctors at Martin Foot and Ankle explain other possibilities.
  • Causes of Numbness or Tingling in Feet Numbness and tingling in feet are typically indicative of an existing nerve issue. A couple of specific conditions contribute to these symptoms.
  • What to Look for in a Sports Shoe A sports shoe should be built to accommodate both your foot and the sport involved. The foot doctors at Miller Foot and Ankle in York, Pennsylvania explain.
  • How Your Shoes Should Fit Finding the right shoes is largely a matter of finding the right shoe fit. The doctors at Martin Foot and Ankle provide some advice.
  • How To Prevent Blisters To prevent blisters, you need to prevent friction from building up against your feet. The doctors at Martin Foot and Ankle provide some tips.
  • Juvenile Bunions and Sports Shoes Can athletic shoes contribute to a case of juvenile bunions? Martin Foot and Ankle reminds parents to keep your child’s shoes in mind.
  • The Problem with Children's Bunions Juvenile bunions are an often inherited problem children can face. The doctors at Martin Foot and Ankle discuss the need for prompt diagnosis.
  • Running With Bunions Running with bunions can be a painful endeavor if you don’t take precautions. The doctors at Martin Foot and Ankle explain measures that help.
  • Recovering from Bunion Surgery Recovering from bunion surgery requires listening to doctors’ instructions for the best results, according to Martin Foot and Ankle.