Our Foot & Ankle Care Blog
254-776-6995facebookyoutubetwitterinstagramAnkle sprains are probably the most common traumatic foot and ankle injury. Millions occur nationwide each year to people of all ages and activity levels—from youth athletes losing their footing to dog walkers taking an...
New sports and new activities often come with an increased risk of injury—especially if proper precautions aren’t taken. Here’s how you can help keep your kid’s feet and ankles safe.
The end of the year is a great time to finally fix that bunion, get a new set of custom orthotics, and be proactive about your foot and ankle care.
Not all cases of chronic foot and ankle pain require surgery—even if traditional treatments have failed. Learn when surgery is necessary, possible alternatives, and why Waco Foot & Ankle should be your first choice for surgical or non-surgical care.
If you are prone to getting ingrown toenails again and again, there must be a reason for it. The team at Waco Foot & Ankle discusses the most likely culprits and how to break the cycle.
A little rest is always required when you need to recover from a foot or ankle injury. But advanced treatment options and a comprehensive approach from Waco Foot & Ankle can shorten your recovery time significantly.
You may have found yourself staying home more often in the past few months than you once did. COVID is a likely factor for your situation, but other changes in life and career can also have this effect at any point in time.
Fungal toenails are frustrating, unsightly, and embarrassing. But is now really the right time to get treatment? And what are your options, anyway? The team at Waco Foot & Ankle explains.
Know how to best treat an ingrown toenail at home, and when it’s time to get help from the experts at Waco Foot & Ankle instead.
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