Patient Education

Our team of specialists and staff think informed patients are better equipped to make decisions regarding their health and well-being. For your personal use, we have created an extensive patient library covering an array of educational topics. Browse through these diagnoses and treatments to learn more about topics of interest to you. Or, for a more comprehensive search of our entire website, enter your term(s) in the search bar provided.

As always, you can contact our office to answer any questions or concerns.

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Nails & Skin
... Allergies Athlete's Foot (tenia pedis) Blisters Burning Feet Calluses Corns Cysts Frostbite Fungus Gangrene Lesions Psoriasis Smelly Feet and Foot Odor Swelling Ulcers Warts

Fungal Nails & Laser
...  Other conditions the Q-Clear laser is used to treat would include the removal of warts, pigmented skin lesions and tattoos as well as the elimination of spider veins...

Cosmetic Laser
... Look and feel the way you want and deserve! Laser treatment is the most innovative method for dealing with unhealthy and unattractive conditions, such as fungal nails, spider veins, warts, age spots, scars and skin lesions...

Soft Tissue Biopsy
...The foot and ankle surgeon may select one or more of the following non-surgical options: Freckles (macules) Benign pigmented, or colored, spots (moles or nevus) Fungal or bacterial infections Rashes (such as eczema or dermatitis) Lesions related to a disease affecting the entire body (such as diabetes) Nodular conditions (such as a ganglion cyst, lipoma, or fibroma) Toenail conditions (onychomycosis, psoriasis) Wart-like growths on the skin (benign keratoses) Premalignant conditions (actinic and seborrheic keratoses)     What Does the Biopsy Involve...

Soft Tissue Biopsy
...The foot and ankle surgeon may select one or more of the following non-surgical options: Freckles (macules) Benign pigmented, or colored, spots (moles or nevus) Fungal or bacterial infections Rashes (such as eczema or dermatitis) Lesions related to a disease affecting the entire body (such as diabetes) Nodular conditions (such as a ganglion cyst, lipoma, or fibroma) Toenail conditions (onychomycosis, psoriasis) Wart-like growths on the skin (benign keratoses) Premalignant conditions (actinic and seborrheic keratoses)     What Does the Biopsy Involve...