June 2014 newsletter - Preparing for your first podiatry appointment

June 2014 newsletter - Preparing for your first podiatry appointment


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Did you know the doctors at Kansas City Foot Specialists have extensive training in reconstructive foot surgery? Make sure you have your feet fit for the summer! Whether you have bunions, neuromas, or a hammer toe, we can correct it.

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The doctors at Kansas City Foot Specialists

Living with foot pain? Let us help!

Our team of highly educated and trained doctors are passionate and experienced in treating even the most complex foot issues. Our podiatric physicians and surgeons specialize in a number of varioius foot conditions. Don't live in pain anymore, request an appointment today!

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Preparing for your first podiatry appointment

first-podiatry-appointmentYour first visit to Kansas City Foot Specialists should be relatively stress-free. Chances are you have already seen your primary care doctor for a foot or ankle problem and they have given you a referral for a podiatry evaluation. Whether you are need podiatry care for diabetic foot ulcers, neuropathy, tendinitis, plantar fasciitis, or any other problem, here are a few tips to help you prepare for your first appointment.

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Common foot problems [infographic]

foot-problems-info-thumbThe human foot is incredibly complex with 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles, and many tendons. They also carry the entire weight of the body. As a result of the complexity and the job carried out by the feet, three-fourths of all Americans will suffer from a foot problem at some point. Here we break down the most common foot complaints for you. If you or someone you love is suffering from these or other foot problems, call Kansas City Foot Specialists today at 913-338-4440 for help.

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