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How Flatfoot Affects the Entire Body

#AnchorageAK Hello, this is Doctor Mark Rindlisbacher here, your local podiatrist from Anchorage. I would like to talk to you today about flatfoot and how it can affect the entire body.
Most of us would assume that flatfoot only affects, well, the foot. Therefore, it may be surprising that it can affect other parts of the body. However, when an individual loses the support of their arch, weight is then shifted to other areas, such as the hips or knees. When the feet are not carrying a person properly, the rest of the lower body tries to make up for it. Consequently, the body feels a lot of pain because of the strain and misalignment.
If you are struggling with flatfoot, I encourage you to come see me, Doctor Rindlisbacher, at my office here in Anchorage.
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Don’t Operate Your Own Personal Treatment Center, Part One

#AnchorageAK Sometimes people try to treat their own foot pain, and play the role of both doctor and patient.
Hi, I’m Doctor Mark Rindlisbacher, a podiatrist from Anchorage, and I would like to talk to you today about some of the mistakes that people make by trying to treat their bunions by themselves.
Many people use topical creams to help relieve their suffering; however, topical creams can never cure a bunion or any other foot ailment. They may bring temporary relief in helping to reduce redness or swelling, but the issue still remains.
It’s best to allow a trained professional to look at your feet. I encourage you to come to my office here in Anchorage and let me help.
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Don’t Operate Your Own Personal Treatment Center, Part Two

#AnchorageAK Good day, Doctor Mark Rindlisbacher here, ready to talk to my friends in Anchorage again today about some of the mistakes that people make by trying to treat themselves.
Specifically, we are focusing on the condition known as bunions, which affects many people today. Many times people try to treat their bunions by using an ice pack. While this may help to relieve some of the swelling that develops from the protruded bone, it will not target the root cause of the issue that is causing the swelling in the first place.
If you are dealing with a bunion, see a podiatrist right away. I’d love for you to visit me, Doctor Rindlisbacher, here at my office in Anchorage.
Get a FREE Consultation by calling (907) 561-2213 or clicking the link below
http://akfoot.com/reports