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San Juan Foot & Ankle Center
Podiatry & Foot & Ankle Surgery located in Montrose, CO & Delta, CO
Podiatry & Foot & Ankle Surgery located in Montrose, CO & Delta, CO
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What Causes Pediatric Foot Deformities?
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Pediatric foot deformities can be present at birth or they may develop later in life. Oftentimes, they're the result of trauma, genetic traits, or abnormal bone growth. If your son or daughter has recently started walking and you notice they limp or experience other challenges, a foot deformity may be to blame. Contact us: (http://ow.ly/ba4Y30mI3Ya)

#pediatricfootdeformities #kidshealth #montrose

Expert podiatrists Christopher O. Cook and Kyle Nay at San Juan Foot & Ankle Center have over 15 years of experience performing advanced orthopedic surgeries to address and correct pediatric foot deformities. Their adept surgical hands and extensive knowledge ensure their patients receive the best, most comprehensive care. Call or visit them online to request a consultation today. (http://ow.ly/ba4Y30mI3Ya)
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How Can I Keep My Feet Healthy?
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Keeping your feet healthy and pain-free is relatively easy. Experts recommend wearing comfortable, well-fitting shoes; washing your feet regularly, including between your toes; wearing clean socks; and giving your feet time to air out and breathe at least once each day. Additionally, it's important to stretch and exercise them regularly to reduce pain and lower your risk of injury.

#healthyfeet #happyfeet #delta
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Staying Healthy During the Holidays
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With the holidays right around the corner, it can be easy to forget your health routine and eating behaviors. It’s important to remember to include exercising and healthier food options to minimize your indulgence in December, so it can guarantee you a healthier start in January.

#HealthyHolidays #HealthyEating #MondayMotivation
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Eat For Your Feet
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Remember when you were little and your mom would say "you are what you eat"? Turns out, she wasn't lying. If you want to keep your feet, toes, and ankles healthy and strong, it's important your diet includes plenty of calcium and vitamin D. Both of these elements are responsible for strengthening and fortifying your bones. Dairy products, leafy green vegetables, and fatty fish like sardines are all rich in vitamin D and calcium.

#nutrition #healthyfeet #delta
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National Handwashing Awareness Day—Wash Your Hands!
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Did you know that the estimated global rate of hand washing after using the bathroom is only at 19 percent? It's a scary thought. Be sure you are among those who have good hand washing habits on this National Handwashing Awareness Day.

#Delta #HealthTips #WashYourHands #HandWashing
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Tips For Keeping Your Feet Flexible
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Your feet, toes, and ankles undergo serious wear and tear every single day. While they're incredibly durable, they aren't necessarily injury free. One of the best ways to keep your feet and toes healthy is to regularly stretch and exercise them. Toe raises, toe points, and toe curls can reduce pain and strengthen your feet.

#healthyfeet #delta #footcare
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What Types of Wounds Affect The Feet?
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Your feet and legs are susceptible to cuts, scrapes, and puncture wounds just like any other part of your body. If you cut or injure your foot, it's important you take steps to avoid infection. This means cleaning out the wound with soap and water, applying an antibacterial ointment, and wrapping it with a bandage. For more serious injuries, you may want to invest in a tetanus shot. Don't let a foot wound sideline you; contact us today: (http://ow.ly/MKFz30mI3Y4)

#footwound #footcare #montrose

At San Juan Foot & Ankle Center, Christopher O. Cook, DPM, FACFAS, and Kyle Nay, DPM regularly assist patients who are suffering from puncture wounds, ulcers, and other cuts that affect the feet. Call or visit them online to request a consultation today. (http://ow.ly/MKFz30mI3Y4)
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It’s National Flu Vaccine Week!
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No one wants to spend their holiday season with the flu. That’s why for the National Flu Vaccine week, you should make sure to get your flu vaccine for your health and those around you.

#FluVaccine #MotivationMonday #NationalFluVaccineWeek
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What Is Bromodosis?
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Bromodosis is the medical term for smelly feet. When your feet are inside of shoes and socks, they're prone to sweat. As sweat collects, bacteria begins to breed and thrive across the surface of your feet. As the bacteria builds up with dead skin cells and sweat, it often emits an unpleasant odor. Regularly changing your socks and shoes, as well as washing your feet regularly, can help you avoid this common problem.

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What Is A Bunion?
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A bunion is a hard, bony growth that develops on the outer edge of the big toe. Bunions grow very slowly, as they get bigger they place pressure on the big toe, forcing it inwards. Over time, this affects the second toe, leading to a permanent deformity and significant pain. If you're suffering from one or more bunions, contact the expert team of podiatrists at San Juan Foot & Ankle Center today.

#bunions #footdeformity #montrose
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