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  • Do You Have Corns on Your Feet?
    Corns are annoying and sometimes painful if there is repeated pressure in the area around the corn. There are plenty of medicated products to treat corns but people who have Read more
  • Toe Nails Should Grow Out and Not In
    At Foot First Podiatry we suggest a warm Epsom salts bath before you try any other remedy.  If the nail does not improve with in a couple of days, then Read more
  • “I’ve Got Blisters on My Feet”
    Blisters are very easy to get and are generally caused by repeated friction to one area. While they do not always need medical attention, there are ways to treat these Read more
  • Walking with Flat Feet?
    If you are walking with flat feet, chances are you are progressively developing a deformity that could hinder your future activity.  At Foot First Podiatry we treat adult flat feet Read more
  • What is Plantar Fasciitis and Do I Have It?
    Its name is bigger than its bite if you nip it in the bud.  Plantar Fasciitis is a condition of the Plantar Fascia, which is the ligament that connects the Read more
  • Understanding Bunions
    Up to 60 percent of older adults are affected by a foot disorder, including bunions. Known as one of the more common foot disorders, bunions form as a bony bump Read more
  • Foot and Knee Injuries Affect Overall Health
    Understanding your body is crucial toward treatment and prevention of knee and foot injuries. Knee and foot injuries can occur as a result of any physical activity, such as running Read more
  • Ingrown Toenails: Causes and Preventions
    Ingrown toenails can occur when too much pressure is exerted on the toenails, typically on the big toenail. Ingrown toenails, if left untreated, are painful and can potentially lead to Read more
  • Morton’s Neuroma Painful, but Treatable
    Morton’s neuroma affects about 30 percent of people, and exists as a condition in which the foot’s second toe may be larger than the big toe. Because of this irregularity, Read more
  • Tips for Taking Care of Your Diabetic Feet
    Taking care of your diabetic feet is of utmost importance in making sure that you stay healthy. Avoid going barefoot and always wear shoes. Walking barefoot as a diabetic patient Read more
  • Runners Susceptible to Turf Toe
    One common running injury often experienced when running is turf toe, also known as “an acute, traumatic bursitis of the first toe-metatarsal joint associated with tendonitis,” attributed to playing on Read more
  • What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?
    Plantar fasciitis occurs most often either as an acute or a semi-acute injury. The ligament that runs along the heel to the toe, called the plantar fascia, becomes strained or Read more
  • Maintaining Uric Acid Levels to Fight Gout
    For those who suffer from gout, maintaining proper hydration is vital to ensuring that our body processes essential nutrients, which can help dilute the uric acid in the foods we Read more
  • Understanding Arthritis
    Arthritis occurs as swelling and inflammation of the body’s joints, leading to symptoms such as rashes, itchiness, fever, weight loss, and trouble breathing, according to the National Institute of Arthritis Read more
  • Anthony Davis Updates Status on Sprained Ankle
    Anthony Davis provided an update on his ankle injury in early October, stating that he was rehabbing his injury. “It’s steady improving every day and I’m trying to figure out Read more
  • Patient-Centered Care Can Improve Diabetes
    According to a study published by Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics that focused on Type 2 diabetes cases, “patient-centered care may improve diabetes self-management and patients’ quality of life.” Researchers sought Read more
Foot First Podiatry

3605 Northgate Ct Ste 206
New Albany, IN 47150
(812) 945-9221 (812) 945-7141

Our Location

3605 Northgate Ct Ste 206 New Albany, IN 47150

Hours of Operation

The office is closed from 12:00 to 1:00 for lunch Monday thru Thursday.

Foot First Podiatry

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed