13 search results found for "podiatric"

How negative-pressure wound therapy has changed diabetic foot care

by Tammer Elmarsafi, DPM, Podiatric Surgeon
April 04, 2018

Diabetic foot ulcers can form quickly when a patient gets a cut on their foot and doesn’t realize it. The…

Celebrated Physician: Tammer Elmarsafi, DPM, MBBCh

by the MWHC Blog Team
March 16, 2018

Smiling comes easily to Tammer Elmarsafi, DPM. It’s the result of his inherent good nature, and his passion for helping…

Prevent diabetic foot problems with these easy care practices

by John Steinberg, DPM, Director, Podiatric Residency Training Program
November 13, 2017

For many people, a blister or ingrown toenail would be a minor nuisance, painful for a few days, but then…

Alone and afraid: When family support for diabetes patients falls short

by John Steinberg, DPM, Director, Podiatric Residency Training Program
October 23, 2017

In most of the podiatric, or foot care, patients I see, families are very supportive, and I love that. Painful…

Prevent, relieve foot pain from bunions, plantar fasciitis and more

by John Steinberg, DPM, Director, Podiatric Residency Training Program
September 21, 2017

One-fourth of the bones in our body are in our feet. These bones, combined with numerous joints, muscles, tendons and…

Saving limbs and improving lives: The Center for Limb Salvage

by David H. Song, MD, Washington Regional Chief, Plastic Surgery
August 24, 2017

Keeping our feet strong and healthy is an important goal for us all. For people with diabetes, good foot health…

Summer: Taking a toll on your soles?

by Caitlin Zarick, DPM, Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgeon
August 08, 2017

It’s August—the height of summer—and many of us are taking advantage of the longer days to cram in more outdoor…

Bunions be Gone!

by the MWHC Blog Team
January 15, 2017

Bunions—those unsightly bony protrusions that can develop over the first metatarsal bone or big toe joint—remain a bit of a…

Bothered by Bunions?

by the MWHC Blog Team
December 20, 2016

Tune in to the full podcast interview with Dr. Raspovic. Bunions—those unsightly bony protrusions that can develop over the first…

What Are the Warning Signs of Diabetic Limb Damage?

by John Steinberg, DPM, Director, Podiatric Residency Training Program
July 21, 2016

If you or a loved one suffers from diabetes, you may be aware of one of the more troubling aspects…

Healing Chronic Foot Pain

by the MWHC Blog Team
May 23, 2016

Healing Chronic Foot Pain: Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections Whether it’s due to plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis or sprains, foot and ankle…

Morton’s Neuroma: When Feet Fight Back

by the MWHC Blog Team
April 19, 2016

What is Morton’s Neuroma? Whether you’re a runner pounding the pavement or a fashionista balancing on sky-high heels, your feet…

Quick and Effective Treatment for Foot Pain

by the MWHC Blog Team
March 02, 2016

New Treatment for Foot Pain More than 75 percent of all American adults will experience foot or ankle pain at some…