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  • In Grown Toe Nails
    An ingrown toenail is simply a nail that is growing into your skin and causes pain, swelling and discomfort.  If your ingrown toenail does not show any sign of infection Read more
  • Summer Corns
    The summertime is for sandals and bare feet so treating it early could make the difference. Corns are annoying and sometimes painful if there is repeated pressure on your toes. Read more
  • Nail Fungus in Sandal Season
    Summer is approaching fast and that means you will be exposing your toes. The last thing you would want is to have an infected nail standing out like a sore Read more
  • Flat Feet Meet the Ground
    If your feet hit the ground with a print that shows most of your foot, chances are you have flat feet. The best way to test that theory is to wet Read more
  • Are you Ready to “Heel” Your Pain?
    Heel pain has many facets and facts. The pain can come by way of spurs, strains and stress. Plantar Fasciitis may be the most common while, Heel Spurs can be Read more
  • Blisters
    Blisters are often caused by repeated friction to one area while your feet are confined in a shoe that doesn’t fit properly or has not been broken in all the Read more
  • Springtime Brings Playtime
    Little feet are delicate and require more love and care than big feet. It is true that children’s feet are different from those of adults because they are actively growing Read more
  • What You Should Know About Diabetic Wounds
    Diabetic Risks for Diabetic Feet A small blister simply from wearing the wrong shoe can seriously damage your foot. Injuries heal very slowly and can become infected quickly. If you forget to inspect Read more
  • Diabetic Foot is Serious
    Diabetes is a disease caused by high sugar levels in your blood stream which makes it harder to fight infection, especially in your feet.  Managing the diabetic foot is complicated Read more
  • How do I Heal my Heel Pain?
    At Mid-Michigan Foot and Ankle Center we specialize in healing solutions for your foot troubles. Since your heels are the first part of your foot to hit the ground they Read more
  • Are Bunions Cramping Your Style?
    A bunion is a bone deformity that occurs in the big toe when it is moved out of place. It creates friction and pressure when it rubs inside your shoes Read more
  • Step into Spring, Leave the Warts Behind
    Mid-Michigan Foot & Ankle Center specializes in quality foot care and our staff is ready to help. Here are some simple questions our office recommends if you suspect you have Read more
  • Athlete’s Foot Isn’t Just for Athlete’s
    Athlete’s foot is a rash on your foot’s skin that is the most common fungal skin infection. It is caused by a fungus that grows on the top layer of Read more
  • Children’s Feet Come First
    Children’s Feet  should not hurt and many conditions can be corrected at an early age and still allow normal development.  The first step is to bring them in for an Read more
  • Don’t Let Top of Foot Pain Bring You Down
    Your feet deserve a big thank you for carrying your weight all these years. If you are experiencing top of foot pain you should seek the advice of Dr. Andrew Read more
  • Muscle Strain Can Equal Ankle Sprain
    The Michigan winter season can be a time of hibernation for the best of us and this means our muscles are relaxing too.  When an unusually warm day comes our Read more

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