SIRS – The Dangerous Domino Effect and Why Podiatrists Need to Watch Out!

SIRS As a podiatrist, one of the most serious situations you may encounter is a severe infection in a diabetic patient’s foot or ankle wound. While treating the local infection itself is critical, there’s an equally dangerous systemic condition that can develop from untreated wound infections – something called SIRS or Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome. […]

WeTreatFeet Podiatry celebrates Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in July 2023

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Awareness of Mental Health Introduction In July 2023, WeTreatFeet Podiatry, a leading healthcare provider, joins the nationwide effort in recognizing and celebrating Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. This annual observance aims to raise awareness about the mental health challenges faced by minority communities and promote accessible, culturally sensitive mental health care. WeTreatFeet Podiatry is committed […]

Unveiling the Wonders of Feet: Fascinating Foot Facts, Arch Mysteries, and Beyond

Unveiling the Wonders of Feet: Fascinating Foot Facts, Arch Mysteries, and Beyond

Weird Wonderful World of Feet Unveiling the Wonders of Feet: Fascinating Foot Facts, Arch Mysteries, and Beyond Feet, the unsung heroes of our daily lives, deserve recognition for their remarkable abilities and intriguing characteristics. At WeTreatFeet Podiatry, we believe in sharing valuable knowledge about feet to foster a deeper understanding of their wonders. Join us […]

Golf Shoes and Your Feet

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Golf and WeTreatFeet Podiatry   Golf is a popular sport enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. While it may not seem like a particularly strenuous activity, playing golf can put a lot of stress on your feet, especially if you are wearing the wrong type of shoes. In this article, we will […]

Achilles Lengthening for Diabetic Foot Ulcers

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Diabetic Foot Ulcer treatment at WeTreatFeet Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Care, Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Mikel Daniels President , Chief Medical Officer, and Managing Member at WeTreatFeet Diabetic foot ulcers are a common complication of diabetes, affecting up to 25% of patients with diabetes during their lifetime. One of the main causes of diabetic foot ulcers […]

Fashionable Footwear – Good for Style, Bad for Foot Health

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More than half of Americans suffer from foot problems, and often those problems are directly related to shoes. But no matter how cute a shoe looks, Orly Avitzur, medical adviser at Consumer Reports, said that having fashionable footwear isn’t worth the health risks. “Wearing the wrong shoes can lead to lifelong deformities that require surgery […]

8 Great Suggestions for Diabetic Foot Care

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1.) Maintain a blood sugar level of 70 to 130 mg/dL before your meals and less than 180 mg/dL two hours after you’ve started your meal, with a haemoglobin A1C level that is less than 7 percent. This can be achieved through regular exercise, monitoring how often and what you are eating, keeping up with […]

Ladies! Don’t Let Bunions Give You the Blues!

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APMA put out the following notes on bunions – check it out:  Bunions are among the most common type of foot ailment today’s podiatrist treats, especially in women. Studies show that women are anywhere from two to nine times more likely to develop a bunion than men! While your high heels and peep toes are […]

Dos and Don’ts for Pedicures!

Dos and Don'ts for Pedicures

The APMA put out a great list of important Dos and Don’ts when it comes to pedicures – we’ve highlighted some we thought were most important.  You can also check out the poster released by APMA by clicking here. Here’s what you should DO when consider a pedicure: If you have diabetes or poor circulation […]