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Our Nevada Podiatry Blog Explores Common Foot Problems and Treatments

Have you been unsuccessfully trying to treat a painful foot condition at home? Our podiatrists have compiled top tips on heel pain, bunions, fungal nails, hammertoes, and other conditions to allow patients to break the cycle of ineffective treatment.

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  • Why Does the Middle of My Foot Hurt? Looking for answers about our treatments for midfoot pain? Las Vegas podiatrist Noah Levine provides insight on causes of pain in the middle of the foot, as well as methods for finding relief.
  • Physical Therapy Needs in Feet Physical therapy is an important part of treatment for many chronic and painful foot conditions, as well as rehab plans after injuries or surgery.
  • Paved Trails vs Mountain Biking There are advantages and disadvantages to road, trail, and mountain cycling. Dr. Noah Levine, Las Vegas podiatrist, explains.
  • What to Do If You Get a Foot Cramp Foot cramps can be painful and frustrating. Read on to learn more about how to treat them, and when you should seek medical help.
  • Why Toes Overlap If your toes are crisscrossing over each other, you may have overlapping toes. Dr. Noah Levine explains this minor deformity.
  • Treating Overlapping Toes Worried about your toes overlapping each other? Dr. Noah Levine explains how you can expect from taking care of them.
  • Broken Ankle Expectations A broken ankle is painful, but it isn’t the end of the world. Dr. Noah Levine explains what you can expect when you break your ankle.
  • Great Foot Care from Great Neighbors Do you practice great foot care? Get your toes ready to celebrate fantastic community work at Mandalay Bay's Beach Party for The Neighborhood Awards.
  • Podiatric Conference Lands in Las Vegas The Absolute Foot Care Specialists are proud to announce that the annual AMPA Podiatric Conference for 2013, will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Join us!
  • The Best Socks for Activities Dr. Noah Levine explains how to choose the right sock for your activities. Avoid Athlete's foot, corns, calluses, blisters and other complications.