Get the Information You Need About Your Foot and Ankle Concerns From Castle Pines, Cherry Creek, Parker, and Aurora Podiatrist Dr. O

Looking for more information about your foot and ankle troubles? Look through this helpful blog by our foot and ankle doctors. We provide tips and information that may be able to help you.

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  • Listen to Your Toes Our bodies send blood to internal organs and the brain before the extremities. If our feet are showing signs of superficial or mechanical changes, it can indicate that something else has been brewing for some time.
  • Toenail Fungus Treatment Sandal season is here, are your toenails ready? Podiatry Associates, P.C. talks about eliminating fungal toenails with laser therapy.
  • Show Your Feet Some Love with DIY Soaks and Scrubs If your feet could use a little TLC, check out Dr. O’s tips to make your own foot scrubs and soaks.
  • Pedicure Tips: TLC for Toes Before you pamper yourself with a pedicure, be sure to see Dr. O’s tips to keep your toenails safe, clear, and healthy.
  • Where Toenail Fungus Hides Dr. O describes common places that fungi hide and what you can do to avoid contracting toenail fungus.
  • Athletes, Your Locker Room Might Be Giving You Fungus Fungus is everywhere, and locker rooms are big culprits. Dr. O explains why it might be giving you a fungal infection on your feet.
  • Taking Care of Toenails at Home If you haven’t paid attention to your nails, it’s definitely time to start cleaning them up. Dr. O in Cherry Creek, CO, offers tips for nail care at home.
  • Causes of Skiers' Toenails Turning Black Taking off ski boots to discover black toenails is an unpleasant surprise. Dr. O in Castle Pines, CO, explains why your boots may be to blame.
  • Winter Foot Safety Tips Cold weather can be quite dangerous for your health if you don’t prepare. Dr. O in Castle Pines, CO, offers tips to stay warm in wintery weather.
  • DIY Moisturizing Foot Soaks The team at Podiatry Associates, P.C. discuss some moisturizing foot soaks that you can make at home to keep the skin on your feet from becoming too dry.