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Stay Informed about Foot and Ankle Health

Top 20 Foot Health WebsiteYou shouldn’t be expected to know all of the details about your pain, but you are likely curious and want to learn more. That’s why we keep a regularly updated blog filled with useful information that will keep you informed and up-to-date on the latest in Dallas podiatry. Our goal is to keep our patients educated on foot and ankle health. Education is one of the first steps towards healthy feet!


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5/23/2017
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Summer Footwear

Whether you wear sandals or shoes, summer weather can pose problems for feet. The Dallas Podiatry Works team offers tips to avoid them.

Category: Footwear

5/18/2017
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How to Tell if You Need New Orthotics

The Dallas Podiatry Works team offers advice on what to look for and how to tell when your old pair of orthotics might need a refresher.

Category: Custom Orthotics

5/11/2017
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Are Orthotics a Good Choice for Children?

Orthotics may be an appropriate treatment option for children under certain circumstances. The Dallas Podiatry Works team explains.

Category: Custom Orthotics

5/4/2017
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Why You Might Need a Digital Gait Analysis

Digital scanning and gait analysis is an advanced tool that can help our team create effective treatments and custom orthotics.

Category: Foot Health

4/26/2017
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Are Your Child’s Shoes Fit for Replacement?

Does your child need a new pair of shoes? The team at Dallas Podiatry Works help you understand what to look for.

Category: Children's Foot Care

4/21/2017
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Protect Your Child’s Feet from Sports Injuries

Kids who play a lot of sports are susceptible to foot injuries, but parents can help protect them using these guidelines.

Category: Children's Foot Care

4/13/2017
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What to Do If Your Child Has Heel Pain During Sports

When kids have heel pain from sports, the problem is usually an injury to the growth plate. Take them to Dallas Podiatry Works for treatment.

Category: Children's Foot Care

4/6/2017
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Causes of Heel Pain in Children

Is your child experiencing heel pain? The team at Dallas Podiatry Works explains the possible causes.

Category: Children's Foot Care

3/31/2017
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When to Replace Your Old Athletic Shoes

The team at Dallas Podiatry works explains what to look for and how to tell when your athletic shoes need to be replaced.

Category: Footwear

3/21/2017
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Easy Stretches to Warm Up Feet and Ankles

Dr. Joel Brook in Dallas recommends you warm up your feet and ankles before exercise to prevent injury.

Category: Sports Injuries

3/17/2017
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Treating Tired Feet

Dallas Podiatry Works shares tips on treating tired feet, and describes how to know if your aches and pains need extra help.

Category: Running

3/8/2017
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What You Should Know Before Starting a Running Routine

The team at Dallas Podiatry Works offers helpful tips to keep beginners running smoothly and avoiding injury.

Category: Running

Labels: Running
2/21/2017
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Opt for a Medical Pedicure

Pedicures are a fun luxury, but salons aren’t always safe. Dr. Joel W. Brooks explains why you should have a medical pedicure instead.

Category: Boutique Foot Services

2/16/2017
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Toenail Restoration Works

Toenail restoration is a way to restore the look of your beautiful nails. Dr. Joel W. Brook explains how this works well with fungal nail treatment.

Category: Toenail Restoration

1/26/2017
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Preparing for a Podiatrist Appointment

Got a podiatry appointment coming up? Dr. Joel W. Brook discusses how you can prepare so you can get the most out of your time with the doctor.

Category: General

1/17/2017
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Dallas Podiatrist for Children

Wondering if you really need to make an appointment for little Jane or John? Dr. Joel W. Brook explains why a podiatry appointment matters.

Category: Children's Foot Care

1/12/2017
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When Your Loved One Should See a Podiatrist

When your loved one needs foot care, you should recommend that he or she see a podiatrist, like the doctors at Dallas Podiatry Works.

Category: Foot Health

1/5/2017
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Nail Laser Treatment in Dallas, TX

If you want clear, healthy nails for spring and summer, now is the time for laser nail therapy. Dr. Joel W. Brook in Dallas explains why you should start now!

Category: Toenail Restoration

12/27/2016
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Fungal Nail Prevention Habits

Healthy habits for your feet can help you avoid that winter fungal blues. Dr. Joel W. Brook explains 6 good habits for your feet and nails.

Category: Toenail Restoration

12/21/2016
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Avoiding Locker Room Fungus

Whether you swim, play soccer, lift weights, or use a locker room for any other reason, Dr. Joel W. Brook has tips to protect your toes from fungus.

Category: Boutique Foot Services

12/13/2016
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What to Do for Your Child’s Bunion

You want the best for your child, which means you want to eliminate their bunion pain. Dr. David Northcutt offers tips to help relieve a bunion.

Category: Bunion Treatment

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12/7/2016
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How Children Get Bunions

Children’s feet and children’s bunions aren’t quite the same as an adult’s. Dr. Joel W. Brook explains how children develop bunions.

Category: Bunion Treatment

Labels: Bunions children
12/1/2016
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Signs You Need Bunion Surgery

Most don’t want surgery, but it might be the best thing for your feet. Dr. Joel W. Brook discusses 3 signs that it’s time for a bunion procedure.

Category: Bunion Treatment

Labels: Bunions surgery
11/21/2016
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Toenail Fungus Myths

People believe plenty of myths about nail fungus that just aren’t true. Dr. Joel W. Brook sets the record straight on 5 common myths.

Category: Boutique Foot Services

11/16/2016
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Pinched Nerve Symptoms

Identifying a pinched nerve can sometimes be tricky. Dr. Joel W. Brook provides clues that your foot pain might be a compressed nerve.

Category: General