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Senior Safety for Winter Weather

Dr. Adam Mucinskas, DPM at Feet First Foot Care Specialists, LLC knows that with age comes wisdom. Unfortunately, age also brings an increased likelihood of ailments affecting the feet! That’s Read More

Fight Chronic Ulcers with TheraSkin

Millions of people a year are afflicted by chronic wounds, and many of those wounds take the form of ulcers. Often a recurring problem for diabetics, ulcers inflict serious pain Read More

Old Fungus + New Treatment = Better Nails

Feet First Foot Care Specialists, LLC, has been treating patients with top-notch care for quite a few years, so we’re not surprised when we see patients with fungal toenail infections. Read More

4 Tips for Preventing Painful Feet This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and while the day can bring fun things, like time with friends and family enjoying a delicious feast, it can also be accompanied Read More

It’s The Great American Smokeout: Smoking and Your Feet

The annual Great American Smokeout, which falls on November 16 this year, is designed to inspire individuals nationwide to stop smoking and start a healthier life. Planned by the American Read More

Diabetic Foot Care: Do’s and Don’ts

For patients living with diabetes, it’s crucial that they take special care of their feet. Since November is National Diabetes Month, today, Dr. Mucinskas at Feet First Foot Care Specialists shares Read More

Why is Fall the Most Painful Season for Women’s Feet?

Summer has ended, and autumn is officially here. And when the seasons change, fashion styles change as well. Our footwear choices also change, and studies reveal that this change can Read More

Raynaud’s Disease: The Cold Truth

Do your toes and fingers change color, feel cold, or sometimes turn numb? Even though this is a usual response to cold weather, if you suffer from Raynaud’s disease, something Read More

Safeguard Young Athletes from Foot Injuries with These 5 Tips

Fall sports are here, and children are preparing for game season. They’re stocking up on equipment, uniforms, and team spirit. But some parents and children are missing one key thing Read More

Peripheral Arterial Disease: Do You Know the Symptoms?

September is Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Month! Commonly referred to as poor circulation, this condition results from restricting blood flow in the arteries of the legs and feet. In today’s Read More

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