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Dry Heels

#AnchorageAK Are your heels cracked and dry like the Arizona desert? Is the embarrassment of the condition of your heels causing you to hide your feet?
Hi, I’m Doctor Mark Rindlisbacher, a podiatrist right here in Anchorage. I encourage you to be proactive and do something about your condition today.
There may be a number of reasons why your heels are dry. It could be due to a lack of hydration. It could be due to a skin condition. Or, there may be other underlying issues with your health that you are unaware of.
If you have cracked and dry feet, I invite you to come to my office here in Anchorage and let me take a look.
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Irritating the Ball of the Foot

#AnchorageAK Our feet withstand a lot of abuse. But sometimes, they can’t take any more.
Hi, I’m Doctor Mark Rindlisbacher, a foot doctor of choice in Anchorage, and today’s blog is about the condition called Morton’s Neuroma, which can develop due to a repeated irritation of the ball of the foot.
If you’re an avid sportsman and are often involved in activities such as basketball, tennis or jogging, the ball of your foot may experience irritation from long periods of pounding the pavement and/or rubbing against the bottom of your shoe. If the issue is not corrected by extra cushioning, the lateral plantar nerve may enlarge and combine with the medial plantar nerve, thus forming the painful condition called Morton’s Neuroma.
If you feel like you have a pebble under your skin when you walk, you may already have this condition. I encourage you to come see me at my office here in Anchorage and let me take a look.
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No Sharing

#AnchorageAK Although we were taught in kindergarten that it’s good to share, when it comes to bacteria, there are some things you just shouldn’t give to anyone else.
I’m Doctor Mark Rindlisbacher, a podiatrist here in Anchorage, and today I would like to tell you about the HPV virus that causes plantar warts.
If you become stricken with the virus, it is possible to spread it to others in your family, or to your teammates if you play on a sports team. This virus is most commonly contracted through shower floors or communal areas such as locker rooms or pool platforms.
If you have plantar warts due to the HPV virus, it is important to seek professional help in eliminating the problem, so that you do not spread the condition to others. I invite you to visit me at my office here in Anchorage, so that I can help.
Get a FREE Consultation by calling (907) 561-2213 or clicking the link below
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