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  • Flat Foot May Cause Pain
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  • Crystal Hurdle’s Toenail Fungus
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  • Marquess Wilson Fractures Foot During Practice
    Bears wide receiver Marquess Wilson recently fractured his left foot during a minicamp practice. Wilson may start the season on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list. If placed on Read more
  • New Treatmeant for Venous Insufficiency is not Invasive
    It is possible that swollen legs and ankles could be the result of leaking veins. The name of this disease is venous insufficiency. In our bodies, the job of veins Read more
  • Treat your Cracked Heels with DIY Methods
    Treat your Cracked Heels with DIY Methods If left untreated, cracked heels can lead to irritation in the feet, typically characterized as flakiness, redness, itching, and skin peeling. Cracked heels can Read more
  • Hyperhidrosis Happens Across the Globe
    If you’re sweating excessively, especially during random times of the day not caused by exercise or heat, you may have hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis is known as a chronic condition that has Read more
  • Ill-fitting Footwear Can Cause a Variety of Problems
    Finding properly-fitting shoes is fundamental in ensuring that your feet do not develop any long-term foot conditions in the future. Shoes that are tight-fitting, such as high heels, can progress Read more
  • Advice for Taking Care of Your Feet
    As summer is right around the corner, it’s time to start making proper foot care a daily habit if you haven’t already. Keeping our feet clean and moisturized will keep Read more
  • Understanding Rheumatoid Arthritis
    Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic autoimmune disease that causes inflammation and damage to the joints over time without proper treatment. The chronic condition can lead to severe pain and there Read more
  • Protecting Your Feet from Plantar Warts
    Plantar warts are a contagious skin infection caused by the HPV virus, which thrives in environments that are warm and moist, such as public pools or locker rooms. Plantar warts Read more
  • Wesley Johnson Contending with Plantar Fasciitis Pain
    Wesley Johnson of the Los Angeles Clippers had to miss the game against the Jazz due to plantar fasciitis in both feet. Johnson was experiencing pain when he ran and Read more
  • Know the Symptoms of Diabetic Foot Ulcers
    Diabetes is a disease that can affect different parts of your body, most notably your feet. According to, “approximately 15 to 25 percent of patients with diabetes will develop Read more
  • Avoid Running Injuries with Proper Before-and-After Routines
    Dr. Eric Tan, assistant professor of Clinical Medicine from USC, recently answered some questions from runners regarding injury prevention. While many people understand the basic principle that stretching before and Read more
  • New Therapy Treatment to Help Offset Poor Blood Circulation
    A new therapy treatment developed by bioengineers and physicians at the University of California, San Diego should help in the treatment of poor blood circulation that may be caused by 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


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8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-1:00 pm