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Richardson Podiatry Center

Stay Up-to-Date on the Latest in North Dallas Foot and Ankle Care

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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  • Your Pronation Style Understanding your pronation style is useful for identifying foot and ankle issues and determining which running shoes to buy, says Dr. Gene Reister.
  • Pronation is Natural! Dr. Gene Reister discusses pronation, a natural motion your foot uses every time you take a step, along with abnormal variations of the process.
  • How to Alleviate Sesamoid Pain Sesamoiditis can cause an issue in the forefoot, but you can find relief. Dr. Gene Reister in Texas offers steps you can take to alleviate sesamoid pain.
  • Ball of the Foot Pain Experiencing ball of the foot pain? Metatarsalgia could hamper your activities, so schedule your appointment with Dr. Gene Reister and don’t miss a thing!
  • Managing Foot Odor with Diet Your diet actually plays an essential role in how your feet smell. Dr. Gene Reister in Richardson, TX discusses managing foot odor with dietary choices.
  • What is Foot Melanoma? Foot melanoma is most successfully treated when caught at an early stage. Dr. Gene Reister in Richardson, TX explains how to recognize this cancer.
  • 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.
  • Managing Overpronation from Flat Feet Learn about overpronation and how to effectively manage this gait abnormality from the foot care professionals at Richardson Podiatry Associates in Texas.
  • How to Determine Your Foot Arch Type Being able to identify what foot arch type you have can help explain pain and discomfort you may be experiencing. Dr. Gene Reister explains how to know.