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Deal of the Month July – Clean Sweep Antimicrobial Shoe Shield

Deal of the Month Valid July 2016 Eliminates 99.9% of Odor-Causing Bacteria and Fungus On Contact. Use Clean Sweep® daily for a safe, all natural, way to kill bacteria and neutralize causes of shoe odor. Clean Sweep® is a clear, flexible antimicrobial micro-coating that works inside the shoe. Non-toxic, hypoallergenic, environmentally safe, contains no†fragrance or colors […]

A New Year With New Resolutions

Happy New Year!  Since the last time you heard from me we at Pueblo Ankle and Foot Care have undergone quite a few wonderful changes.  We now have two additional Podiatric physicians – Dr. Maurer (with us since 2012) and Dr. Lewis (with us since July 2015).  Pueblo Ankle and Foot Care is the most […]

What You Did To Get Your Feet

When you develop foot problems, the frustration and pain accompanying it might lead you to demand, “Why me?” While doctors don’t really control the fate of the universe, they can help you answer that question, at least with regards to bunions (hallux valgus) and high arched feet (pes cavus). A recent study found that many […]

So Part Of Your Foot Has Been Amputated

Pirates are known for missing body parts. Think about it: eye patches, wooden legs, and of course the hook. Arr. These items weren’t merely meant to accessorize a pirate’s wardrobe; they were made to compensate for or cover up parts of the body lost in battle, or possibly due to disease (a pirate’s life couldn’t […]

Fredette About Your Basketball Injury

Basketball injuries sideline players enough to make preventing them a seriously good idea. Whether you play basketball for fun or are a more serious player, avoiding injuries or helping them to heal quickly can get you back in the game as soon as possible. Acute injuries are difficult to avoid (unless you have one of […]

Effects Of Alcoholism On The Feet

Alcoholism can be kind of a hard subject to talk about, mostly because the disease has such serious social ramifications. Many who suffer from alcoholism feel ashamed, depressed, or irritable, and those around them suffer too. Alcohol can be powerfully addictive, and so a habit of excessive drinking can be hard to break, even when […]

So You Have Peripheral Arterial Disease – 5 Things You Can Do Now To Improve Your PAD

You may be able to improve your PAD by making lifestyle changes. For instance, quitting smoking, getting exercise, and improving your diet may help a lot. Unfortunately, sometimes lifestyle changes aren’t enough. There are medications available to treat peripheral arterial disease, mainly by addressing different aspects of PAD, such as high blood pressure, clot-forming, blood […]