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Helpful Tips to Make the Treatment of Your Foot and Ankle Pain a Little Bit Easier

When you’re living with foot and ankle pain, you want as much help as you can get. Browse our library of articles and learn more about how you can give your feet the care and treatment they want.

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  • Psoriasis Richardson Podiatry Associates provides effective foot and ankle care in Richardson, TX for a wide range of medical conditions, including psoriasis.
  • Heel Spurs Many of Dr. Gene Reister’s patients in Richardson, TX receive treatment for heel pain. One of the various causes is a condition known as heel spurs.
  • Treating Kids Bunions Contrary to what many people might think, children can actually get bunions, too. Dr. Gene Reister in Richardson, TX discusses care for juvenile bunions.
  • Bunionettes Bunion-like bumps that form on your fifth toe are known as bunionettes, and can be quite problematic, says Gene Reister, DPM of Richardson, TX
  • Treating Corns and Calluses Calluses and corns might not seem like a big deal, but they can cause pain or even a risk of infection. Dr. Gene Reister discusses these skin issues.
  • Wart Removal If you have a plantar wart on the bottom of your foot, come to the Richardson Podiatry Center for professional wart removal.
  • Foot Lesions Lesions are damage that is sustained by either injury or disease. Dr. Gene Reister breaks down this broad category and explains the different types.
  • How to Prevent Toenail Fungus The best treatment for fungal nails is preventing them in the first place. Dr. Gene Reister has tips on doing so, but also offers effective treatment.
  • What is a Cyst When you develop a lump under your skin, it is only natural to be concerned. Dr. Gene Reister explains why a cyst might not be as bad as you think.
  • Flat Feet It is possible to have flat feet without experiencing any trouble, but sometimes low arches do cause issues. Dr. Gene Reister discusses this condition.