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Wearing shoes or other arch supports can help reduce stress and pressure in your heel arch when you first develop the problem. You can use stretching techniques to reduce tension on your plantar fascia. Motrin and other medications can help reduce inflammation around your heel bone fascia. These ...

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A custom-made orthotic is recommended by a podiatrist. This is made using a cast of the foot, a form of flexible and resilient plastic material with a very soft covering. This orthotic can be used for sports or dress shoes. The initial discomfort and pain subsides after a few days. This usually d...

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A mild steroid injection can be used to reduce inflammation. The injection is done from the side of the foot and contains Cold spray to relieve any discomfort. This is usually given several times with great success. 90% of people experience discomfort after the first injection. This can be done b...

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The bunionettes are a term that describes the deformities of the outside of the feet caused by tailors bunion. This occurs when the foot is wider than normal. It is difficult to find shoes that fit well many times, as the heel is narrow and the front of the feet is wide. This is called a "splay-f...

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Plantar fasciitis causes pain in the arch and heel of your feet. Pain usually occurs in the morning after getting up and being on your feet during the day. This condition can be treated with over-the counter arch supports. You should also wear shoes to minimize trauma to the arch. A mild steroid ...

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Patients can have a painful callus on the bottom of your foot. The callus itself is normally just dead skin. When it starts hurting consistently it hurts deep in the foot this is caused by the bone itself. Some patients used OTC acid treatment how to get rid of a callus, be careful because this c...

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It is important to make the right choice when choosing a podiatrist. There are two convenient locations for our podiatrists: North of the River in Kansas City and Overland Park. Our practice has been serving patients for more than 35 years. Our patients come first in our practice. When we diagnos...

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You may develop a callus at the bottom or sole of your foot. The callus is typically just dead skin. It is usually caused by the bone. OTC acid treatment is sometimes used to treat calluses. This can cause tissue damage. It is best to use conservative treatment when this condition is treated in o...

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Patients complain of painful calluses and corns between their toes. It is a good idea to keep the pressure off their skin by using padding. However, you should not use any acid medication that could cause damage to your skin. If the pain persists, there may be a small bone spur. A minor surgery c...

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5 months ago
I just finished the initial 4 weekly cold laser treatments for my toenail fungus and the results are truly amazing! My toenails are finally clean and smooth after several years. I'm so grateful that Dr B recommended this easy and pain-free solution. I just had to sit and relax in his office for only 12 minutes once a week. Dr B is very knowledgeable and caring. He clearly explained the best treatment option in a straightforward manner. At the same time, he has a great sense of humor which made me feel at ease. It was always a pleasant experience visiting the office. Cindy and the rest of the staff are very welcoming and personable. I would highly recommend his services to family and friends!
- mike h
3 months ago
I had an excellent experience with Dr. Bembynista as well as his staff in the Overland Park office. He takes his time explaining to you the options available to you and various treatments. He doesn't rush your visit so you feel like you are being listened to. His nursing staff is excellent too and very patient oriented. I highly recommend this practice.
- James L
2 months ago
We had a great experience here! I took my son, who has extremely flat feet, to see Dr Bembynista and he did such a great job explaining what was causing his pain and what we could do to help him. He’s super personable and funny and really tried to connect with my son which I appreciated. Thanks for the excellent service!
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