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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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11/2/2016
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Staying Clear of Black Toenails

Podiatrist, Dr. Harvey Danciger shares ways to protect yourself against toenails turning black.

Category: Toenail Problems

9/27/2016
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Toenail Fungus: Lose the Pills. Choose the Laser.

Toenail fungus is hard to fight, but one treatment stands above the others in fixing the problem fast. Dr. Harvey Danciger talks about laser treatments.

Category: Toenail Problems

8/25/2015
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Where You Picked Up Those Fungal Nails

Harvey Danciger, DPM of Palm Desert, CA explains common causes behind a case of fungal toenails, along with tips for avoiding them.

Category: Toenail Problems

8/18/2015
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Tips for Avoiding Fungal Nails

Good hygiene, keeping feet dry, and avoiding contact with damp environments all help prevent fungal toenail infections, says Harvey Danciger, DPM.

Category: Toenail Problems

6/16/2015
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Avoiding Common Toenail Conditions

Your feet need care to avoid problems such as ingrown toenails and fungal toenails. Harvey R. Danciger, DPM in California shares his top prevention tips.

Category: Toenail Problems

10/2/2014
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Ingrown Toenails | Home Remedies | Palm Desert, CA Podiatrist

Harvey R. Danciger, DPM in Palm Desert, CA describes home remedies for ingrown toenails that are worth trying and when you should seek further treatment.

Category: Toenail Problems

2/21/2014
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Foot Care: Loving Your Feet

Giving attention to those we love is a major part of daily life, not just Valentine's Day. You can't ignore your own foot care and general health either though.

Category: Toenail Problems

8/23/2013
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Prevent Ingrown Toenails - Stay Ahead of the Game!

Ingrown toenails can be a painful and uncomfortable condition. Dr. Danciger specializes in proper toenail care and offers tips to prevent ingrown toenails.

Category: Toenail Problems

1/12/2013
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Ingrown Toenail Help

Ingrown toenails can be prevented and healed by avoiding tight fitting shoes, cleaning nails properly, cutting and trimming correctly, and sometimes surgery.

Category: Toenail Problems

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12/12/2012
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Treatment to Get Rid of your Toenail Fungus!

Are you embarrassed by your toenails? Are they thickened, brittle, or a yellowish color? If left untreated, fungal nails can be painful and cause infection.

Category: Toenail Problems

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12/7/2012
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Ask Your Toenails If It’s OK to Eat Fish

An interesting study concluded that mercury levels in the nails can be a good indicator of health. Fish should be eaten as a part of a healthy diet.

Category: Toenail Problems

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12/7/2012
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How a Toenail Fungus Can Affect Your Sex Life

Embarrassing toenail fungus may cause you to be less attractive to others and more socially awkward, therefore negatively impacting your sex life.

Category: Toenail Problems

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12/7/2012
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Ingrown Toenails, Boy Can They Hurt!

The procedure for correcting ingrown toenails is quite simple and painless. Many Coachella Valley residents have left stating they already had pain relief.

Category: Toenail Problems

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12/7/2012
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Ouch! Ingrown Toenails

Painful ingrown toenails can grow into the side of the skin and cause very real pain among patients. Dr. Danciger's procedure is quick and simple.

Category: Toenail Problems

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