1. Causes of Toenail Fungus

    Since weather in Dallas is fairly warm throughout the year (and hot for most of the year), you probably have a good selection of sandals in your closet. But there are several problems that can cause you to want to keep your toes hidden inside a pair of close-toed shoes. One of them is nail fungus. Yellow, broken nails aren’t something that anyone wants to show off, at any point in the year. If y…Read More

  2. What to Know About Corn Removal

    Of the many things that can go wrong with your feet, a corn is among the least worrisome. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t just as irritating. At Allcare Foot and Ankle Care, our podiatrists see a variety of problems, ranging from minor problems to major surgeries. On the foot care scale, corns are fairly easy to get rid of, but it does take time and can be frustrating in the meantime. Keep r…Read More

  3. Everything You Should Know About Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

    If you’ve been feeling pain or discomfort in your heel, you might have something called Plantar Fasciitis. It’s a common cause of heel pain in adults, and for most patients, it’s usually most severe when they take their first few steps in the morning.   In this blog, the Arlington podiatrists at AllCare Foot & Ankle Center will give you an in-depth look at the signs, causes and symptoms…Read More

  4. Everything You Should Know About Shin Splints

    Shin splints are troublesome and frustrating for a wide variety of active individuals, including runners, tennis players, soccer players, basketball players, and even dancers. Whether they’re beginners ramping up their training regimens or advanced, experienced athletes who are changing up their routines, shin splints can be a real problem that keeps the highest performing athletes and active in…Read More

  5. Reasons to See a Foot Doctor

    Your feet spend a lot of time bearing your weight and taking a beating—so it’s no surprise that people feel aches and pains in their feet and ankles from time to time. However, some aches and pains can be more serious, and might require the attention of your Arlington podiatrist. In this blog, AllCare Foot & Ankle Center will discuss several situations when seeing a foot doctor is a good i…Read More

  6. Tips For Foot Hygiene

    When was the last time you evaluated your foot hygiene? If your feet are stinky, dry, unsightly, or crusty, you could have foot-related issues that have serious health consequence. This is why foot hygiene is so important! In this blog, the Dallas podiatrists at AllCare Foot & Ankle Center will give you basic tips for foot hygiene that keep your feet looking (and smelling) great, and help your…Read More

  7. How Your Feet Tell a Story

    Every foot tells a story—a story of soccer games played, trails jogged, shifts worked on your feet, and hard work put in. But feet can also tell stories of underlying health issues. In this blog, the Arlington podiatrists at AllCare Foot & Ankle Center will show you how seemingly minor foot problems that be a sign of serious health issues that need immediate medical treatment. You have dry, …Read More

  8. Everything You Should Know About Gout

    For some folks, a sharp pain in the night can be a troubling experience. For others, it can be a recurring problems that suggests something much worse is at play. With splitting pain in joints that can flare up in the night and last for weeks at a time, gout can be uncomfortable at best and debilitating at worst. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to better understand your gout and treat yo…Read More

  9. All About Ingrown Toenails

    Whether you cut your toenails short or leave them a bit too long, keeping your toes and toenails healthy can be quite the challenge. Foot fungus, spending a lot of time on your feet, and conditions like diabetes can all affect the health of your toenails in some way, leading to discomfort and pain. But more often than not, the most common toenail condition we see in our Arlington podiatrist’s of…Read More

  10. Tips for Diabetes Foot Care

    If you’re dealing with health complications caused by your diabetes, it can be time-consuming and frustrating to stay healthy and manage your symptoms—and if you develop some sort of neuropathy because of your diabetes, your feet are definitely at risk. Fortunately, with the right strategies and some good old discipline, you can actively manage your foot-related diabetes ailments and avoid fur…Read More