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Check Pain Management Off Your List of Foot Surgery Worries

2018-10-17T20:08:26+00:00Caring for Your Feet|

Check Pain Management Off Your List of Foot Surgery Worries Foot and ankle surgeons share reassuring insight on managing pain after surgery With any surgery comes reasonable concerns. Depending on the person, your mind could start racing anywhere from the seriousness of your condition, to the procedure itself, to out-of-pocket costs or the required downtime. However, [...]

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2018-09-16T12:07:50+00:00Caring for Your Feet|

Shoe horns save your back AND your shoes!  We want to help! We will ship you a shoe horn, free of charge. Click here to order your shoe horn. (We don’t even charge shipping and handling fees!) You already know that bending over to put on your shoes can put a strain on your back. Did [...]

Going barefoot? Beware…!

2018-07-16T17:23:10+00:00Caring for Your Feet|

Going barefoot? Beware...! Tips for a safer barefoot summer in Denver Littleton, Colorado, June 16, 2018 Parents and families can prevent cuts, puncture wounds and other injuries from going barefoot by following some simple recommendations from foot and ankle surgeons, Dr. Keith Naftulin and Dr. Adam Toren. "Shoes are the best way to protect your family's [...]

Don’t Ignore Flat Feet – Study links this condition to painful foot maladies

2018-06-29T15:00:13+00:00Caring for Your Feet|

Study Links Flat Feet to Painful Foot Maladies Littleton, Colorado, June 29, 2018 Treatment and prevention of adult flatfoot can reduce the incidence of additional foot problems such as bunions, hammertoes, arthritis and calluses, and improve a person’s overall health, according to research published in an issue of the Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery. Overweight [...]

Pro Athletes Not the Only Ones at Risk for Achilles Tendon Problems

2018-05-17T20:19:43+00:00Caring for Your Feet|

You don’t have to be an accomplished athlete to suffer Achilles tendon injuries. They can happen from household tasks like climbing a ladder.  A Denver foot and ankle surgeon says Achilles tendon weakness is common in adults. But seeking treatment when symptoms occur can prevent more serious injury. “Achilles tendonitis is common for anyone whose work [...]

Utilizing Your Body’s Own Capabilities to Promote a Rapid Healing Response

2018-02-26T21:45:55+00:00Caring for Your Feet|

Regenerative Medicine at Medical and Surgical Foot and Ankle Care, PC Our goal at Medical and Surgical Foot and Ankle Care is to return our patients to their desired level of activity as quickly and effectively as possible.  New advancements and therapy techniques are constantly being explored in today’s medical environment to find the best possible [...]

Limit Your Foot Injuries at the Gym

2018-01-15T15:09:51+00:00Caring for Your Feet|

Don’t let foot injuries keep you from your fitness resolutions Littleton, Colorado -- In the New Year, don’t forget to keep your feet in tip-top shape while following through with your resolutions to get fit. Littleton, Colorado foot and ankle surgeon Keith Naftulin, DPM, FACFAS offers tips for foot safety while at the gym. Start new [...]

Using Laser Treatment in the management of Toenail Fungus

2016-11-28T19:41:35+00:00Caring for Your Feet|

Fungal infection in and around the toenail is a very common condition.  It may not always be painful, but it is a unpleasant to look at.  Men are usually more prone to fungal infections than women.  As you get older, chances of contracting the condition increase as well.  This condition is not fatal.  For hygiene and [...]

The Common Causes of Ingrown Nails

2016-11-28T19:41:35+00:00Caring for Your Feet|

An ingrown nail is a common condition that affects the nail.  The scientific name is unguis incarnates, it is a disorder whereby the edges of the nail transforms into soft tissue.  Instead of the nail growing over the skin, it grows into it instead.  This disorder can produce undesirable symptoms such as pain, discomfort, and swelling.  [...]