Arthritis in the Feet Calls for Action

More than 50 million Americans have arthritis. This condition of inflammation of the joints is often thought of as an unwelcome but inevitable part of aging. Actually, arthritis can affect people at any stage of life and more than 60% of Americans with this condition are not yet 65. Arthritis in your feet can be […]

You Can Help Prevent Diabetic Foot Problems

If you are a patient suffering from diabetes, you need to be extra vigilant when it comes to foot care. There are several conditions associated with this disease—neuropathy, impaired immune system, and decreased sweat and natural oil production in the skin—that can all contribute to putting a diabetic patient at higher risk for developing medical […]

5 Ways to Keep Senior Feet Healthy

Although many things are better with age, our health is not always one of them. As we get older, there are foot health problems that we become more susceptible to. Some may be unavoidable due to genetics or past injuries and conditions but at Lansdowne Podiatry, we believe there is much that you can do […]

Living with Bunions

Many of us are familiar with those sore, annoying, sometimes quite painful bumps on the side of the toe, but you don’t have to suffer—there are several ways of treating bunions that can bring relief and make daily activities much more comfortable. At Lansdowne Podiatry our board qualified foot and ankle surgeon, Dr. Monique Renee […]