Winter can be dangerous for your feet if you’re living with diabetes. To keep your feet healthy and safe this winter, take these precautions.
Foot and ankle surgeon Shelly D. Sedberry, MS, DPM, AACFAS, and her associate, Brittany M. Ciaramello, DPM, AACFAS, today announced their collaboration with Nevada Regional Medical Center, Cedar County Memorial Hospital, and Ellett Memorial Hospital.
Your insurance policy is an agreement between you and your insurance company. The policy lists a package of medical benefits such as tests, drugs, and treatment services.
While foot and ankle injuries are most often associated with hobbies like running, basketball and hiking, hunting can also be the cause of serious injuries to the area. It is important that hunters understand the risks associated with hunting and take the necessary precautions to prevent injury.
Parents have more to consider than color and style when shopping for back-to-school shoes. Here are some simple guidelines to help avoid foot problems such as painful ingrown toenails, blisters, heel pain and flat feet.
As a foot and ankle surgeon, I always take your safety and the safety of my office staff very seriously. Especially so during this unprecedented time with the COVID-19 crisis.
Many people do not think about their feet when applying sunscreen, but did you know that the skin on your feet is highly susceptible to melanoma and other forms of skin cancer?
Doctors of Podiatric Medicine (DPMs) complete years of rigorous foot and ankle training in podiatric medical school and hospital-based residency. They are uniquely qualified to treat plantar fasciitis and other conditions that cause heel pain.
Spring is ankle sprain season for one area foot and ankle surgeon. Dr. Sedberry shares three spring ankle sprain prevention tips.
Shoal Creek Foot & Ankle Center remains open and patients should feel confident visiting our clinic. We have implemented new protocols to reduce health risks for everyone.