Be Good to Your Feet!  A Foot Doctor’s Tips

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Happy New Year (2023) to everyone! As we are all making resolutions that we may or may not keep, please keep your feet in mind! There are many things you can do for your feet that are easy and can prevent many unwanted foot problems!

Your Marietta Foot Doctor Recommends the Following for Your Feet:

The important thing to remember is that foot pain is not normal! Whether you have an ingrown toenail, plantar fasciitis, heel pain, bunions, hammertoes, plantar wart, painful calluses, morton’s neuroma, Achilles tendonitis, or toe pain, please reach out to our Podiatrists!

Ryan Goldfine, DPM Dr. Ryan Goldfine is a board certified foot and ankle surgeon. He is a Marietta Podiatrist.

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A Marietta Foot Doctor’s Take on Hammertoes

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