1. 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 Ar…Read More

  2. 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 diabet…Read More

  3. Understanding Diabetes-Related Foot Ailments

    Your Arlington podiatrists at AllCare Foot & Ankle Center treat a lot of patients with a unique array of foot and ankle problems. These patients are high-performing athletes who put a lot of stress on their ankles, working adults who spend a lot of time on their feet, and Joe Six-packs who are dealing with minor aches and pains. However, one of the most common patient …Read More

  4. The Runner’s Guide, Part 2

    In the previous blog, the Arlington podiatrists at AllCare Foot & Ankle Center gave you tips for staying healthy as a runner. We’ll continue on that topic today, with even more tips to stay safe and healthy while you run! Running to Prevent Injury While running with any kind of form will put stress on the body, having proper running form will help you run in a way th…Read More

  5. The Runner’s Guide

    AllCare Foot & Ankle Center in Dallas is your source for podiatric care—we have the years of experience, top-tier facilities, and experienced medical staff members to prove it. But there’s something that’s more important to us than treating foot ailments, and that’s preventing those ailments in the first place. Running enthusiasts are some of the most frequent …Read More

  6. A Guide to Running-Related Foot Injuries

    Feet are one of the most important parts of the body, keeping us upright, mobile, and balanced for life’s everyday activities. But runners have a special relationship with feet. Feet are the reason for their running success—but feet can also let runners down when they need them the most. In this blog, the Arlington podiatrists at AllCare Foot & Ankle Center will ou…Read More

  7. The Worst Shoes For Your Feet

    Unless you’re a free spirit or a full-time beach dweller, chances are you’re going to wear shoes from time to time. But not all shoes are created equal—the best shoes can keep your feet healthy and provide them with proper support and alignment, while the worst shoes can set your feet back years, causing pain, discomfort, and structural damage. In this blog, The Dall…Read More

  8. Ankle Hour, Part 2: Preventing Ankle Sprains

    In the previous blog post, the Arlington podiatrists at AllCare Foot & Ankle Center gave you tips on how to deal with pesky sprained ankles that can interrupt your healthy and active lifestyle. In this blog, we’ll give you a few tips on how to keep your ankles healthy and avoid sprained ankles altogether. Stretch before and after exercise. If you’re into running or…Read More

  9. Ankle Hour, Part 1: Dealing With a Sprained Ankle

    If you’re a basketball player, it’s your worst nightmare. If you’re a runner, it’s the only thing keeping you from your passion. If you have limited mobility, it could be enough to prevent you from performing some of life’s simplest tasks. As the premier team of Dallas podiatrists, AllCare Foot & Ankle Center knows how a simple sprained ankle can keep your fr…Read More

  10. Most Common Foot Injuries for Athletes

    The Arlington podiatrists at AllCare Foot & Ankle Center are passionate about helping athletes and fitness enthusiasts recover from sports-related foot injuries. In this blog, we’ll discuss some of the most common sports related injuries, how to identify them, and how to treat them. Achilles Tendinitis The Achilles tendon, located in the ankle, is the largest tendon …Read More