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Heartland Foot and Ankle Associates, P.C.
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If you have diabetes, the top of your to-do list should be a daily self-foot exam! Learn more here:
http://www.heartlandfootandankle.com/blog/top-of-to-do-list-check-diabetic-feet-daily.cfm

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Did you know that footwear is a key component to providing the support and protection your feet need to heal and stay healthy?
http://www.heartlandfootandankle.com/blog/footwear-an-important-part-of-foot-care.cfm

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While the average person may sit in an office while working, for some, work is an endurance sport. So if you are working on your feet all day, selecting the right boot is vital. Find the perfect boot with the right comfort, support, and safety with these boot buying tips! http://bit.ly/2tZA9vU

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If you are struggling with toenail fungus, and long for the return of your clear, healthy nails, let us help you!
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When it comes to relieving foot pain you often hear about rest and ice, medication and stretches, but did you know that footwear is a key component to providing the support your feet need to heal and stay healthy? http://bit.ly/2tZTvkD

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Hop to it! Put on some supportive, good shoes, grab some sidewalk chalk, and get outside for a good old-fashioned game of hop scotch with your kids. Here’s a refresher of the rules:
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As warmer weather and sunny days kick in, be sure to stay safe in the sun from head to toe (and don’t forget your feet!) How safe are you? Take this sun safety quiz and find out.
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Need some Mother’s Day gift ideas? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back! Check out Dr. Lockwood’s top 3 favorite Mother’s Day gifts. http://bit.ly/2oP64Q1

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When spring arrives around here, people are anxious to get out and exercise, but beware of doing too much too soon without properly preparing. Follow these tips to stay injury-free.
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Spring is known as a time for allergies, but did you know the skin on your feet can have allergic reactions, too? Knowing the triggers can help you avoid them.
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