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Richardson Podiatry Center

Toenail and Skin Care Blog

When it comes to treating your foot and ankle pain, you want the latest, most innovative care. Stay current on what’s happening in the field of podiatry and find out how it relates to the care you’re receiving from our North Dallas foot and ankle doctor.

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  • New Wart Removal Are you in need of professional wart removal? Richardson Podiatry Center has a great new option to remove the viral growth on the bottom of your foot.
  • Recognizing Psoriasis Symptoms Recognizing the symptoms of psoriasis is your first step in being able to find the effective treatment you need, says Dr. Gene Reister.
  • Home Care Tips for Toenails and Dry Skin Dr. Gene Reister offers some at-home tips to keep your toenails in tip top shape and the skin on your feet healthy.
  • Athlete’s Foot Myth-Busting For being a fairly common condition, there are still several myths associated with athlete’s foot, but Dr. Gene Reister busts them for you.
  • Athlete’s Foot Prevention Tips Athlete’s foot is a fairly preventable condition. Dr. Gene Reister discusses a couple of effective preventative measures that can be used.
  • Treatment Options for Black Toenails Dr. Gene Reister discusses treatment options for black toenails and reminds you to have discolored nails checked out at Richardson Podiatry Associates.
  • An Intro to Black Toenails It can be concerning to observe discolored nails. In many cases, black toenails can be related to running or tight footwear, says Dr. Gene Reister.
  • Best Treatments for Athlete’s Foot When you or a loved one suffers from the burning, itching sensations of athlete’s foot, you need treatment! Dr. Gene Reister discusses what to do.
  • Tell-Tale Signs of Psoriasis Recognizing the signs of psoriasis can help you get the care you need. Dr. Gene Reister in Richardson, TX lets you know what to stay on the lookout for.
  • How Your Diet May Be Affecting Your Psoriasis The foods you eat can potentially affect your psoriasis, which in turn affects you. Dr. Gene Reister looks at various foods and discusses their effect.