For those passing Columbus City Hall this month, you may have noticed that the building has been lit in an unusual hue of blue. This special lighting has been put in place to raise awareness of diabetes as part of National Diabetes Month. Blue for awareness of diabetes is great, and preventing your toes from […]
Month: November 2012
Lumps in Your Gravy is ok, but not in Your Feet!
While some people enjoy both their mashed potatoes and their gravy to be a little lumpy, finding a lump on your foot is not desired by anyone! While the odds of a soft tissue mass in the foot being a life threatening cancer are very low, diagnosis should be sought to rule out the possibility […]
Get Rid of Toe Crumble Before Thanksgiving Football Rumbles!
With fall backyard football gatherings and holiday party peep-toed shoes in the near future, people in Columbus and across the country are looking for ways to relieve the pain and embarrassing appearance of fungal toenails. Onychomycosis, or fungal infection of the nail, is reported to affect up to nearly 15% of individuals in North America […]
Don’t Let Frightening Flatfoot Scare off Your Fun this Halloween!
Whether you are trick-or-treating, visiting Hoffman’s Farm Market or other pumpkin patches, October in Columbus can mean a lot of walking. Foot pain should not be one of the scares you face this Halloween season, and the fright of a flatfoot should be made to disappear by a visit to your podiatrist as soon as […]