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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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  • Why Diabetic Foot Care Matters Diabetes can affect your heart, kidneys, and eyes, so why is it important to protect your feet? Dr. Reister explains why diabetic foot care matters.
  • What are Diabetic Wounds? Given the importance of being able to prevent and treat diabetic wounds, Dr. Gene Reister explains what diabetic wounds are and how they are caused.
  • Early Detection for Diabetic Foot Care With any medical issue, early detection is best. This is especially evident when it comes to diabetic foot care, though, says Dr. Gene Reister.
  • Stop Pain in the Ball of your Foot Ball of foot pain can stop you in your tracks, unless you take measures to treat it. Dr. Gene Reister discusses.
  • Popping Noise in the Back of Your Heel If you hear a popping noise in the back of your heel, it is likely a sign of an Achilles tendon rupture. Richardson Podiatry Center can help.
  • The Inside of My Ankle Hurts Dr. Gene Reister discusses likely sources of pain on the inside of an ankle, but make sure to see Richardson Podiatry Center for an accurate diagnosis.
  • 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.
  • Run Without Heel Pain It may be tempting to continue working out through an injury, but the best way to run without heel pain is to start by taking a step back, says Dr. Reister.
  • Faster Injury Recovery with Orthotics There are many ways to recover from an injury. Using orthotics in your recovery may lead to faster results and may lessen your chances of needing surgery.
  • How Orthotics Help Back Pain If you are having pain in your lower back, the problem might actually be at your feet. Dr. Reister discusses how orthotics may be able to help.