Aging Ain't Fun but Foot Amputation is Hell

Avoid Foot Amputation

Aging Ain’t Fun but Foot Amputation is Hell! Has your elderly family member been complaining about mild foot pain? Or did you recently notice an ulcer on your own foot? Whether a cut, scrape, deeper wound, or a foot ulcer, it’s important to have a professional examine and treat it. Foot ulcers and other wounds […]

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Foot Problems for Teenagers

Teenagers and Foot Problems

Have you ever been ignored by your teenager? Teenagers have a remarkable ability to ignore people and issues they don’t want to deal with – chores, homework, curfew, and hygiene. Added to that list may also be foot pain. Teenagers are at risk for foot and ankle problems not only because they generally tend to […]

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Cycling and Foot Pain

Cycling and Foot Pain

Regular cycling has numerous health benefits including increased cardiovascular fitness, increased muscle strength and flexibility, improved joint mobility, decreased stress levels, decreased body fat levels, and strengthened bones. Cycling can also improve posture and coordination when done properly. Ultra-distance cycling is a growing trend among cyclists and more and more amateurs are emulating the pros […]

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Foot Disease and Diabetes

Foot Disease and Diabetes

Corona, CA Are you a diabetic? November is National Diabetes Month, a time for individuals, health care professionals, organizations, and communities across the country to bring attention to diabetes and its impact on millions of Americans. One-in-ten Americans have diabetes – more than 30 million people – and another 84 million American adults are at […]

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Doctor Arti Amin

Dr. Amin Talks About CVI and Varicose Veins

Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is a condition that occurs when the venous walls and/or the valves in your leg are not working effectively, making it difficult for blood to return to your heart from your legs. An estimated 40% of Americans suffer from CVI[i], and about one-in-four Americans have varicose veins.[ii] To reach your heart, […]

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Wound Care for Foot and Ankle Corona, California

Wound Care for Foot and Ankle Cases

Diabetes is on the rise and now affects more than 26 million Americans and more than 366 million people worldwide.[i],[ii] In the United States, diabetes is an epidemic that continues to take a large toll. In the U.S. alone, each day, 5,000 patients get a diagnosis of diabetes, 280 lose their lives and 180 lose […]

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Aging Feet and Care at Corona Foot and Ankle Group

Aging Ain’t Fun – Your Feet Included

Corona, California Aging Feet…..it really is ok! Aging takes its toll on your feet as it does with the rest of your body. Foot pain affects 1 in 4 adults over the age of 45.[i] Foot pain can interfere with your day-to-day activity such as walking, climbing stairs, or even standing up from a seated […]

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Doctor Arti Amin

Is Your Big Toe In Pain?

Pain in your big toe can be felt with every step. The big toe is continually bending up and down as we walk, making it prone to wear and tear. If you are suffering with soreness or pain at or around your big toe joint, it is important to see a podiatrist to ensure that […]

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Caring for Aging Feet

Foot Pain and Orthotics

The majority of Americans (77%) say they have experienced foot pain and 83% of adults with chronic foot pain report the pain has restricted their day-to-day activities.[1] Foot pain can have a profound effect on one’s quality of life. If your muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, or bones are not in an optimal functional position and […]

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Doctor Arti Amin

Do you have toenail fungus?

Toenail fungus is a common condition that typically begins as a white or yellow spot under the tip of your fingernail or toenail.[1] About 14% of Americans suffer from fungal nail infections,[2] with fungal infections responsible for 50% of all nail diseases.[3] Having nail fungus is usually painless at the beginning. As the fungal infection […]

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