Ways to Prevent Ingrown Toenails, Part One

#AnchorageAK Although the toe is a small and oft forgotten member of the body, when affected, it can make itself known loud and clear. If you’ve ever had an ingrown toenail, you know exactly what I mean.
Good day friends in Anchorage; this is Doctor Mark Rindlisbacher, and today I would like to share part one of a three part podiatry series about how you can prevent ingrown toenails.
One of the most important factors to keep in mind regarding ingrown toenails is the proper cutting of the nail. So many people cut their toenails incorrectly and thus leave themselves susceptible to painful foot problems. You should make sure that you always cut your nail straight across, and never round down your toenails into the sides.
If you think you may already have developed an ingrown toenail, or if you need further advice on the proper care of the foot, please feel free to come and see me, Doctor Rindlisbacher, anytime here at my office in Anchorage.
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Ways to Prevent Ingrown Toenails, Part Three

#AnchorageAK This is Doctor Mark Rindlisbacher with you again to give residents of Anchorage one more tip on how you can prevent the painful condition that is known as ingrown toenail. Ingrown toenails form when nails begin to grow into their bed, usually from the sides, and start to puncture the skin.
Sometimes ingrown toenails develop as a result of trauma to the foot. For instance, if you stub your toe in the middle of the night as a result of your wife rearranging the furniture, or if your foot experiences shock during a sports activity, your toenail could react negatively by thickening or curling inward.
If you fear that your nail may be progressing in that direction, seek help from a podiatrist right away. I would love for you to come see me, Doctor Rindlisbacher, here in Anchorage.
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What is a Bunion?

#AnchorageAK We all may have heard of bunions before and thought that they were simply afflictions that affect the elderly, but actually anyone of any age can develop this painful and embarrassing condition.
Hi, I’m Doctor Mark Rindlisbacher and today, I want to educate the residents of Anchorage on this progressive disease.
Bunions can be defined as the curving and protruding of the big toe, which stems from a number of factors including nerve problems, improper footwear and Rheumatoid Arthritis. The protruding is actually extra bone that begins to grow at the joint of the toe, which may become quite sensitive, red and inflamed.
If you think you might be suffering with a bunion, it’s best to seek treatment right away. I invite you to come visit me, Doctor Rindlisbacher here in Anchorage and let’s take a look! Get a FREE Consultation by calling (907) 561-2213 or clicking the link below