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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  • Caring for Calluses at Home Dr. Harvey Danciger shares some home remedies to care for calluses on your own, and explains when you should seek help from your Palm Desert podiatrist.
  • Keeping Your Feet Fungus Free Dr. Harvey Danciger of Palm Desert, CA provides a number of strategies that can prevent fungal foot infections such as athlete’s foot or fungal nails.
  • Protect Your Feet from the California Sun Feet need sun protection, too! Remember to wear closed shoes or apply sunscreen to the tops of your feet when you go out this summer.
  • Blisters | Exercising Blisters are annoying, cause pain and discomfort, especially when exercising. Dr. Harvey Danciger explains how to exercise when dealing with a blister.
  • Treating Blisters on your Feet during Exercise Blisters are annoying, cause pain and discomfort, and are a threat to those with diabetes, so Harvey R. Danciger, DPM, explains how to get rid of them.
  • Preventing Dry Skin on the Foot and Ankle Dry and cracked feet can not only be unsightly, but painful too. Harvey Danciger, DPM, in Palm Desert, CA, offers tips on keeping your feet from dehydrating.
  • Home Help for Warts Home remedies like apple cider vinegar and duct tape may help with a small wart, but you should see Harvey R. Danciger, DPM, for any progressive growth.
  • Blister Prevention: Walk Without Worries If you want to prevent blisters this summer, follow some quick tips from Dr. Harvey Danciger of CA to keep your feet comfortable and blister-free.
  • What to Do About Warts Harvey R. Danciger, DPM, in Palm Desert, CA, explains how warts happen and what you can do to treat this common but often-stubborn foot problem.
  • Tips for Proecting Your Feet from Skin Cancer Keeping your feet safe from skin cancer means wearing sunscreen and checking your feet daily. Dr. Harvey Danciger in Palm Desert, CA has more information.
  • Athlete’s Foot Prevention Athlete’s foot can dampen summer plans. Harvey R. Danciger, DPM in Palm Desert, CA offers tips to prevent this infection from starting or coming back.
  • Cutting Calluses: Why it is Dangerous Harvey R. Danciger, DPM in Palm Desert, CA explains the dangers of cutting calluses and offers easy tips to deal with this common foot problem.
  • Desert Friendly Feet Harvey R. Danciger, DPM explains how a warm, dry desert climate can affect your foot health and shares tips to protect your feet.
  • Take Care of Corns at Home! Corns can be unsightly and uncomfortable. Proper care is important. Palm Desert Podiatrist, Dr. Harvey Danciger discusses how to take care of corns at home.
  • How to Treat Sunburned Feet It's easy to neglect your feet when it comes to sun protection. However, sunburned feet can be very painful. Dr. Danciger of Palm Desert offers treatment tips.
  • Plantar Melanoma Skin cancer can be deadly if not caught in time. Melanoma is the most dangerous type and can appear anywhere, including the feet known as Plantar Melanoma.
  • Simple Solutions to Dry Feet Nerve damage and poor blood circulation are common reasons for suffering from dry feet. Proper foot hygiene can solve a dry skin problem
  • Skin Cancer and Your Feet Cancers of the skin on the feet are most often related to viruses, exposure to chemicals, chronic inflammation or irritation, or inherited traits.
  • Why Do My Feet Itch? Keeping the feet clean and dry and using antifungal powders in the shoes along with topical antifungal medication may eradicate the problem.