5 Tips to Protect your Lower Extremities

If you have diabetes, heart disease, or vascular disease,  it is essential to take proper care of your lower...

When to See a Doctor for Foot/Leg Pain

Foot fatigue, soreness in the feet, pain when walking or even at rest are not just signs of aging....

What you Know about Critical Limb Ischemia could Save you a Limb

When a patient has peripheral arterial disease (PAD), they may not realize how quickly symptoms can worsen. Often times...

I have Edema, Now what?

What is Edema? Edema is an excess of fluid that can get trapped in the body’s tissue causing swelling....

The Main Health causes for Leg Amputation

Undergoing a leg amputation is a lot to overcome. Afterward, an amputee’s way of life completely changes. Yet, research...

Duke Stanton | Testimonial

“I have had many procedures in the past to try and open up the blood flow in my leg,...

Poor Circulation in Diabetes

If your hands and feet stay cold or numb, it is a major sign that you could have poor circulation....

Understanding Diabetic Neuropathy

What is Diabetic Neuropathy? If you have diabetes, a type of nerve damage called diabetic neuropathy may occur. It...

How Cardiologist and Podiatrists Work Together to Prevent Amputation

Our Podiatrist, Dr. David Swain, and our wound care nurse, Donna Geiger, APRN, CWON, have dedicated their careers to...

Cold Weather and Non-Healing Wounds

As October is coming to an end and winter and the holidays are approaching, so is the chillier weather....