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California Podiatrist Blogs About Current Leg and Foot Health Topics

Perhaps you recently suffered a sports-related injury. Perhaps your child broke his ankle on the school playground. Perhaps you want to learn more about the latest trends in running shoes. Perhaps you are bothered by arch pain. Perhaps you are worried about foot complications stemming from diabetes. Whatever your situation, we believe you will find something that addresses your concerns by reading our blog posts. Our blog is written by our knowledgeable California podiatry team to provide you with insights into the health issues you face.


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5/30/2014
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Growth on Foot: A Bump Should Get Your Attention

Harvey R. Danciger, DPM in Palm Desert, CA explains several causes for a growth on your foot and when to seek treatment.

Category: Foot Deformities

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4/25/2014
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Hammertoe Surgery

Harvey R. Danciger, DPM discusses when hammertoe surgery may be necessary to relieve foot pain and types of surgery available.

Category: Foot Deformities

1/12/2013
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Mallet Toes: Do I Need Surgery?

Arthroplasty, joint fusion, and cutting tissue and are surgery options for severe mallet toes. Surgery is the best option when conservative options fail.

Category: Foot Deformities

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1/12/2013
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Club Foot: Who's at Risk

Smoking while pregnant, family history, and the sex of the baby are all factors that are known for contributing to club foot. Males are more likely to develop.

Category: Foot Deformities

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12/7/2012
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What Is This Growth on the Bottom of my Foot?

Planar fibromatosis looks like a lump on the bottom of the foot and often causes no pain. They can be around the size of a pea and rests by the plantar fascia.

Category: Foot Deformities

12/7/2012
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What Is That Balloon In My Foot?

Cysts in the foot or ankle can look like a swollen balloon. Dr. Danciger of Coachella Valley can treat by draining sacks and relieving pain.

Category: Foot Deformities

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