Dr. Danciger offers a wide variety of articles covering all types of foot and ankle conditions.

Search our Article Library for answers to questions you may have about your feet. Dr. Danciger adds articles regularly so that patients can have the latest and most relevant information. 

Understanding the different kinds of problems with your feet is the best way to prevent and treat them. Patients make the best decisions when they are fully informed. The Article Library is an excellent learning tool for understanding all kinds of foot conditions, injuries, diseases, and deformities. It's also a great resource for answers to common questions like, "Is toenail fungus contagious?", "Should I be concerned about swollen feet?", or  "How can I prevent ingrown toenails?"

Not only can you find valuable information in our patient library, but we also provide excellent information on our blogs every week. By following us on twitter or checking out our facebook page, you can also follow links to interesting foot-related issues and see what others are saying about feet.

Still have questions? Feel free to contact our office with any questions or concerns.

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  • Why Elevate a Foot or Ankle after Injury Harvey R. Danciger, DPM of Palm Desert, CA, explains the basic protocol for foot and ankle injuries and why elevation is important to the healing process.
  • Chronic Lateral Ankle Pain Chronic pain on the outside of your ankle may be related to having capsulitis, which can occur when a patient doesn't rest long enough after an ankle sprain.
  • Peroneal Tendon Dislocation/Dysfunction Skiing, football, basketball, and soccer are the most common sports activities leading to peroneal tendon dislocation. Dr. Danciger can diagnose and treat this.
  • Your Feet & Tennis Tennis is a great cardio, but like a lot of exercise, puts a lot of stress on your feet. Injuries occur when footwear is worn out and players haven't stretched.
  • What to Know About Turf Toe Turf toe is used to describe an injury in the ligaments surrounding the big toe.