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  • Arthritis & Baby Boomers
    Baby boomers aren’t ready to slow down, even if their bodies are. If you’re a member of the “Me Generation,” seek care if you develop joint pain in your toes, Read more
  • Foot Care Myths
    Old wives’ tales and myths like that example are fun to laugh at. We believed them growing up. “Step on a crack and you’ll break your mother’s back.” But there Read more
  • What Does a Podiatrist Do?
    Surgeries- everything from removing a bunion to reconstructive surgeriesBunionsWartsIngrown ToenailsRoutine/Diabetic Foot CareCustom Orthotics & Over the Counter OrthoticsHeel Pain/Plantar FasciitisHeel SpursBone SpursNeuropathyNeuromaCorns/CallusesAthlete’s FootNail FungusInjuries   The list can really go on and Read more
  • Mow the Lawn, Not Your Foot
    The thousands of lawnmower-related foot injuries every year can be prevented Springtime is here and weekend gardeners should note that their yards could become “toe-away” zones if they’re not careful when Read more
  • Rain, Rain Go Away!
    Spring is just around the corner and judging by the last two weeks it’s going to be a wet one. If you don’t already own waterproof footwear, you’re probably considering Read more
  • Common Symptoms for Foot Ailments
    Do you suffer from itching or scaling between your toes? Have you experienced this sensation in the past but now your feet are painful, inflamed, and possibly have blisters? You might Read more
  • Diabetic Socks at Christmastime
    Socks have often received a bad rap beneath the Christmas tree—no pun intended. These faithful foot coverings are snubbed by children of any age and are often seen as a Read more
  • Home Treatment for Flat Feet
    It may seem cliché to base your New Year resolutions on a vow to exercise more, but taking an active approach to your physical health is one of the smartest Read more
  • 6 Tips for Buying Proper-Fitting Shoes
    This time of year people make resolutions to start exercising, quit smoking, eat better, and lose weight. Those are all extremely admirable goals, but we have one more to offer—conduct Read more
  • Treating Freiberg’s Disease with Rest from Recreation
    With over 700 acres of public parks, along with over 12 miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking, Franklin County offers a seemingly endless opportunity to explore and enjoy Read more
  • Certain Shoes Can Lead to Heel Pain and Foot Issues!
    We hope that you are ready for some fine dining, because January 16-25 is Downtown Roanoke Restaurant Week. This celebration of local eateries serves to showcase the wide array of Read more
  • Custom Orthotics and Fine Dining
    Do you know about the Sunday Brunch Food and Cultural Tour that takes place on Sundays from 11:15 AM – 2:00 PM? This tour consists of an easy stroll through Read more
  • Diagnosing a Sprain, Break or Stress Fracture
    Looking for a fun, exciting idea for Valentine’s Day? Everyone makes plans for a fancy dinner, so you should mix it up and consider a night of dancing with your Read more
  • How to Prevent a Stress Fracture
    Our caring staff at Shenandoah Podiatry want you to know how to prevent a stress fracture so that you can have fun participating in the Blue Ridge Marathon. Its claim to fame Read more
  • Do you suffer with heel pain? We have the perfect sandals and flip flops that will have you saying, "ooo la la!"
    Perfect Sandal For Heel Pain                                                 Today we received our Read more
  • Types of Arthritis That Affect Your Feet
    Are you looking for a way to curb the effects of arthritis on your feet? This might seem odd, but you may find some welcome relief at the West End Community Read more