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13/Jul/2020

The balls of your feet—those padded areas on the bottom of your feet between the toes and the arch—are surprisingly complex under the surface. Five long metatarsal bones occupy a tight space with a pair of sesamoid bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and blood vessels.


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13/Jul/2020

Many people struggling with problems in their feet and ankles. In fact, the American Podiatric Medical association reports that nearly three quarters of Americans currently live with some kind of foot pain. They might not know the treatment options available to them, and decide to try to put up with the pain instead.


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13/Jul/2020

Many people struggling with problems in their feet and ankles. In fact, the American Podiatric Medical association reports that nearly three quarters of Americans currently live with some kind of foot pain. They might not know the treatment options available to them, and decide to try to put up with the pain instead.


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13/Jul/2020

Marietta & Atlanta Best Podiatrist have spent years learning about feet! Your feet are an amazing area of your body, and one of the most complicated mechanically. There are over 26 bones in your feet, along with 33 joints and over 100 muscles,tendons, and ligaments.


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13/Jul/2020

A broken ankle occurs when one or more of the three bones that make up the ankle is fractured. Aside from a broken bone, a patient diagnosed with a broken ankle might also suffer from injuries to the connecting tissues or ligaments in the ankle, as well as the two ankle joints.


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13/Jul/2020

Achilles tendinitis is an inflammation of the Achilles tendon. Like many other foot disorders, including bunions, hammertoes, and neuromas, Achilles tendinitis will get progressively worse and may eventually lead to degeneration of the tendon if not properly diagnosed and treated by a foot care doctor or podiatrist.


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13/Jul/2020

One area that we hear patients complain about often is discomfort in the ball of their foot.  This is where the toes join the rest of the foot and it is composed of muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones and nerves. Your forefoot endures a great amount of stress and impact, particularly if you are active in sports.


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13/Jul/2020

One area that we hear patients complain about often is discomfort in the ball of their foot.  This is where the toes join the rest of the foot and it is composed of muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones and nerves. Your forefoot endures a great amount of stress and impact, particularly if you are active in sports.


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13/Jul/2020

Podiatry Group of Georgia is your foot and ankle specialist, offering a full array of podiatric services to help you treat and maintain healthy feet. Our Podiatrist that practices in our office is ready and willing to get to know you and ensure you receive the best treatment for your feet.


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13/Jul/2020

Podiatrist (Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, or DPM) – Diagnoses, treats and helps prevent foot diseases and conditions. May also provide toenail care and maintenance and works with people with diabetes and other medical conditions who have foot issues.  May perform surgery and often prescribes special footwear.


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13/Jul/2020

Whether you’re a career woman who wears high-heeled shoes every day, an avid athlete who plays sports all year round, or you just have foot issues caused by bad genetics, odds are you will need foot pain management at some point in your life.


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13/Jul/2020

Podiatry Group of Georgia has been working with patients to provide the best podiatric care for patients in the Marietta and Atlanta Area. Dr. Gephart ‘s experience in podiatry is coupled with genuine concern for his patients. All our staff members are dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.


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13/Jul/2020

Inspect your feet every day, and seek care early if you do get a foot injury. Make sure your health care provider checks your feet at least once a year - more often if you have foot problems. Your health care provider should also give you a list and explain the do's and don'ts of foot care.


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13/Jul/2020

It is not uncommon for foot and ankle problems in children to go undetected due the signs and symptoms being subtle. In addition to this, children oftentimes are unable to explain what the problem is. Based on this, it is the responsibility of any parent to take their child in to be checked early and on a regular basis.


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13/Jul/2020

It is not uncommon for foot and ankle problems in children to go undetected due the signs and symptoms being subtle. In addition to this, children oftentimes are unable to explain what the problem is. Based on this, it is the responsibility of any parent to take their child in to be checked early and on a regular basis.


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13/Jul/2020

Our team at our podiatry group in Marietta have spent years learning about feet! Your feet are an amazing area of your body, and one of the most complicated mechanically. There are over 26 bones in your feet, along with 33 joints and over 100 muscles,tendons, and ligaments.


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13/Jul/2020

ur team at our podiatry group in Marietta have spent years learning about feet! Your feet are an amazing area of your body, and one of the most complicated mechanically. There are over 26 bones in your feet, along with 33 joints and over 100 muscles,tendons, and ligaments.


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13/Jul/2020

If you are able to create indentations with a slow, firm push of the fingers, you most likely have a serious issue with swollen ankles. If you face chronically swollen ankles, it is very possible it is caused by chronic venous insufficiency.  As we grow older, our physical activity level decreases in direct proportion.


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