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Spring Foot Problems In Tennessee - Are You Sandal Ready?


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4/12/2014
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Now that warmer weather is upon us and holidays like Easter and Memorial Day are approaching, it is time to change our wardrobes and prepare for the heat! 

 

Some of you may be getting out of boots and tennis shoes and switching to airer footwear with less coverage, and you may be noticing some problems with your feet. Around this time of year, people often notice problems with their nails and feet because, after hiding their feet away all winter, they're about the expose them to world. Whether you notice some discoloration or changes in your nails that may be nail fungus or you just have a bad case of dry skin and heel cracks, it shouldn't be ignored and we can help you!

 

The first step in curing any foot problem is seeing a podiatrist and getting a proper diagnosis. So, if you suspect nail fungus, athlete's foot, or any other foot problem that needs to be seen, get in to your podiatrist's office as soon as possible. Many patients come into the office wanting a quick fix for their nail fungus so they can immediately switch to sandals or head to the beach, but curing nail fungus takes time and there is not an immediate fix. Your nail needs time to grow back out and take on a normal appearance again, and you may not feel comfortable wearing sandals or flip-flops for some time if you are self conscious about it. The same is true of many other foot problems. Some take longer to heal than others and if you need to be sandal ready soon, it is best to get something done as soon as you notice the problem. 

 

Even if you don't have any issues with the health of feet or nails, though, you may just want beautiful nails to show off or a pedicure or manicure to spruce things up. If that's the case, be sure to visit Footprints in the Sand, our nail spa. Our wonderful nail  technician will get you all fixed up and you can have beautiful nails while wearing your summer footwear!

 

We will be posting blog entries on common foot/toe/nail problems in the summer and spring over the next several weeks and giving you tips on how to keep your feet healthy and beautiful as the seasons change, so visit our blog regularly to stay updated! 

 


To set up an appointment with Neuhaus Foot & Ankle, call us at 1 (888) 713-0906 or request an appointment online!



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Jason Knox, DPM, FACFAS
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