• Wearing Minimalist Running Shoes
    If you are an avid runner you may be familiar with the hype surrounding minimalist running shoes. While they are very popular, most runners would do best to try more Read more
  • Tips to alleviate Pain from High Heels
    High heels are an undeniable staple in any woman’s closet. Despite being an uncomfortable and often painful shoe to wear, there are certain tips women can follow to wear high Read more
  • Include Cross Training to prevent Running Injuries
    Approximately more than half of runners experience a running injury. Some of the most common injuries include muscle strains, stress fractures, and shin splints. To reduce your risk for injury Read more
  • Diabetes Webinar Educates Patients on Foot Care
    Patients in the Northeast Colorado area interested in diabetic foot care benefited from a webinar broadcasted at the end of October. The webinar was fourth in a series of diabetes Read more
  • Study shows Yoga can be helpful for Arthritis
    A new study shows that practicing yoga helps to alleviate the symptoms and pain associated with arthritis. Up until about 20 years ago, exercise was shunned by people with arthritis Read more
  • Gout triggered by Foods High in Purine
    A new study has come out that shows the link of gout to those who have a diet high in purine-rich foods. When the body breaks down purine, a chemical Read more
  • Chronic Ankle Injury can develop quickly
    A study conducted at the University of North Carolina Charlotte used mice to study how the effects of ankle sprains can linger on for life. Young adult mice were separated Read more
  • Barefoot Exercises have Benefits for the Feet
     Thanks to the book “Born to Run” and its spin-off movie, barefoot running became a trending form of exercise. Hundreds of runners began to support the belief that naturally landing Read more
  • Tips for Fall Foot Care
    With the official start of fall now here, many people are switching out their summer flip-flops and sandals for shoes and boots. To throw in some fall foot care and Read more
  • Treating Toenail Fungus
    While toenail fungus is known for being one of the more difficult conditions to clear up, anyone suffering from the condition can take several measures to ensure that the fungus Read more
  • Malik Zaire will repair Broken Ankle with Surgery
    Malik Zaire of Notre Dame has recently undergone surgery to repair a broken right ankle. The quarterback hopes to recover in time for spring practice. The injury in question occurred Read more
  • Surgery for Dez Bryant went well
    Despite recently having undergone surgery on his right foot, Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys shared on social media platform Twitter that the surgery “went great” and he “can’t wait Read more
  • Five Benefits of Ankle Foot Orthotics
    Compared to drugstore inserts, orthotics tend to have many more advantages; people should consider the following five benefits to ankle foot orthotics. Customized orthotics are designed professionally to ensure they Read more
  • Chronic Inflammation a factor in Plantar Fasciitis
    In a recent study on plantar fasciitis, researchers have found that chronic inflammation may have more to do with the breakdown of tissue in the foot than the actual tearing Read more
  • Daily Foot Care for Diabetics
    To prevent various foot problems that are known to occur in diabetics such as decreased blood flow to the lower extremities and nerve damage, diabetics should practice regular preventative measures. Read more
  • Program gives Foot Care to Homeless Veterans
    In the beginning of October, the city of Louisville will be holding what is being called a “stand down” for homeless veterans living on the street and in shelters through 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