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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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  • Urgent Announcement: Power Outage We are still seeing patients as they are coming in but we appreciate your patience as we resolve this issue. We hope to have everything up by mid-morning.
  • Keep an Eye on Your Toes Your toes reveal underlying health issues that your body may be experiencing, so it’s important to keep an eye on them for any abnormalities.
  • Fall Foot Care for Adults Although fall often means tucking your feet away in socks and boots, autumn is still an integral time to shower them with proper care.
  • Meet Our 2020 Surgical Fellows Meet Dr. Mira Pandya and Dr. Eric Krznaric, the two new surgical Fellows on the Martin Foot and Ankle Team!
  • Caring for Your Feet During the Summer Months The summer heat can take a toll on your feet. Read on to learn how to care for your feet during the hottest season of the year!
  • What We're Doing During the COVID-19 Outbreak Here's what Martin Foot and Ankle is doing during the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • Important Notice Regarding COVID-19 Consult with your Doctor from your phone, tablet or computer! While we follow all the recommended CDC protocols to ensure the health of our patients, staff and communities, we have instituted telehealth for virtual consultation with your doctor.
  • How Your Feet Affect Your Whole Body healthy feet, national foot health awareness month, imbalance, posture problems, leg pain, check your feet
  • Show Your Feet Some L-O-V-E Overall, our feet get very little respect. At Martin Foot and Ankle, we think it’s time to give them a little L-O-V-E.
  • Why You Have a Bunion The doctors at Martin Foot and Ankle want you to know your bunion wasn’t caused by high-heeled shoes. Instead, there are other potential explanations.