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Podiatry Clinic of Jackson
Podiatrists located in Jackson, TN
Podiatrists located in Jackson, TN
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Home Remedies for Ankle Tendinitis
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Tendinitis of the ankle is caused by trauma or overuse. It can often linger for weeks or months, making it hard for you to get around, let alone stay active. Luckily, there are home remedies for ankle tendinitis, including icing, elevation, limited weight-bearing, and anti-inflammatory drugs. If your condition persists, schedule an appointment with a trusted foot and ankle specialist.

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Chronic Tendon Inflammation: When All Else Fails, Try Tenex
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The Tenex procedure is a minimally invasive option used to treat chronic inflammation of the foot and ankle tendons via small incisions that debride away damaged tissue and promote the formation of blood vessels. Typically, patients that undergo Tenex will be walking—with the help of a temporary boot—the same day as the procedure. To learn more, contact us: (http://ow.ly/wxgB30mRKmT)

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Don’t let chronic inflammation in your feet and ankles hobble you. Speak to one of the team members at Podiatry Clinic of Jackson about your treatment options at your earliest convenience. To request an appointment, call 731-201-2131, or go online to: http://ow.ly/A4DI30mRKmU
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Self-love isn’t about being selfish; instead, it’s about simply caring for yourself. Whether you’re giving yourself a compliment or choosing to do something because it makes you happy, you can find ways to actively work towards your goal. Bring these ideas into your everyday life and see if you start to feel kinder and more loving toward yourself. (http://ow.ly/cYA830mRKmA)

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Protect Your Feet From Diabetic Nerve Damage and Infection
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If you have diabetes, you’ve likely been told about the increased risk of nerve damage and infection to your feet. To ensure proper foot health, conduct daily inspections yourself, looking out for changes in skin color, as well as blisters, calluses, cuts, corns, and ingrown toenails. Keep your feet clean and moisturized, and wear proper fitting shoes. At the first sign of trouble, consult with your podiatrist.

#foothealth #diabetes #podiatry #JacksonTN
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How to Treat Your Child’s Warts
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It is common for children to develop warts, especially on their feet. While they are not dangerous, they can often lead to embarrassment and discomfort. Many times, they will go away on their own. There are plenty of over the counter medications available as well. However, they can often be confused for corns or calluses, which is why its best to let a podiatrist diagnose them first.

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Running: The Best and Worst Surfaces for Your Feet and Ankle
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It’s important to run on the right kind of surface, to avoid injury. Roads and pavement increase shock, and often have dangerous potholes and curbs. Grass, sand, and trails are easier on your feet, but slightly uneven surfaces can lead to twisted or sprained ankles.

Treadmills and tracks are the safest surfaces, although they can get a little boring. Still—if you’re concerned about getting injured, these are your best bets.

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Treat Flat Feet in 20 Minutes or Less
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If you or your child suffer from misalignment of the tall tarsal complex—AKA flat feet—there is a leading-edge, nonsurgical procedure that treats it.

TheHyProCure procedure stabilizes your hindfoot without penetrating your skin. Sessions usually take about 20-minutes, although repeat sessions may be required. To learn more, contact us: (http://ow.ly/CxwA30mRKmK)

#flatfeet #podiatry #HyProCure #JacksonTN

The experts at Podiatry Clinic of Jackson can perform the HyProCure procedure in an outpatient setting. You’ll be walking immediately afterward. To request an appointment, call 731-201-2131, or go online to: http://ow.ly/gz9e30mRKmL.
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Get the Facts on Athletes Foot
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Athletes foot is one of the most common fungal infections around, and yet, people often hold mistaken ideas about it. For instance, you do not need to be a regular athlete to catch it, nor does it always itch. If you’re unsure whether or not you have athletes foot, schedule a screening with a podiatrist.

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LAPIPLASTY®: The Latest In Bunion Removal

Most people think that bunions can be shaved off, and the problem is solved. That is not the case: bunions are complex 3D deformities that require more complex intervention to ensure they stop forming.

LAPIPLASTY® is a procedure that treats all three deformities, stopping pain and making sure the bunion doesn’t reappear. To learn more, contact us: (http://ow.ly/784K30mRKmE)

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At Podiatry Clinic of Jackson, our podiatrists are trained in all of the latest procedures and technology, including LAPIPLASTY®. Don’t let bunions limit your mobility. To request an appointment, call 731-201-2131, or go online to: http://ow.ly/fV6a30mRKmF.
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It’s time to shape up! The start of 2019 is the perfect excuse to get active – whether you want to lose weight, lower your cholesterol, or simply challenge yourself. Taking up regular walks, joining a gym, or practicing yoga is an easy way to motivate yourself. Of course, always talk to your doctor before you begin your journey to a healthier, new you. Good luck and happy new year from Podiatry Clinic Of Jackson!

#NewYearNewYou #NewYearsResolutions #Happy2019
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