Tuesday, September 20, 2016

If You've Got Tennis Elbow, You're in For a Shock



                                                          If You’ve Got Tennis Elbow, You’re in For a Shock  

If you played tennis often this summer, it may have improved your game; but it may also have given you a pain – in the elbow. If so, it may be tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, a condition, resulting from the constant, forearm-twisting required in tennis (or any similar, repetitive activity), that causes inflammation of the elbow ligaments. Luckily, we can easily alleviate your pain with Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT), a 30-minute, in-office procedure that requires no downtime. So, if you’ve got tennis elbow, give us a call; after all, it’d be a shame to let a little pain interfere with your game.

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Monday, August 29, 2016

BV Foot Clinic: Get Plantar Warts Out From Underfoot



        Get Plantar Warts Out From Underfoot

Plantar warts are caused by viruses that invade the skin through tiny cuts or cracks. Usually occurring on the soles of the feet, they can become very large and painful. Although they can affect anyone, children, teens, and pregnant women are most vulnerable to them. 

If you have Plantar warts, come see us for a painless, in-office procedure that will quickly get them out from underfoot, so you can get back to your active lifestyle.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

BV Foot Clinic: Prevention Is Key For Foot Health In Diabetics



                                            Prevention is Key For Foot Health In Diabetics

Diabetes affects millions of people, with more diagnosed every day. As their bodies can’t produce, or properly use, insulin, sufferers must monitor their blood sugar and their diets; but they must also protect their feet, as even seemingly minor wounds can get infected, with serious consequences. Diabetic neuropathy - burning, tingling, and numbness in the feet - can also develop and progress to dire stages. If you have diabetes, come see us for a customized, easy-to-follow plan to help you thwart these devastating effects.      

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