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What Your Toenails Say About Your Health: Explained

Did you know that 31% of older people find it tough to trim their own toenails? Often, we overlook these signs, but they're crucial, especially if you're dealing with foot discomfort Read More

Can Bunions Cause Ankle Problems? Find Out Here

Bunions are bony bumps that form on the joint at the base of the big toe. Affecting a significant portion of the population, especially women, bunions can lead to discomfort Read More

Diabetic Foot Care: Importance, Tips, and Warning Signs

When you’re dealing with diabetes, you may understand that one of the most important things you can do is care for your feet. For individuals living with diabetes, proper foot Read More

Custom Orthotics vs. Over-The-Counter Orthotics

Heel pain can stem from various conditions, commonly plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, or heel spurs. Plantar fasciitis involves inflammation of the tissue connecting the heel bone to the toes. Achilles Read More

Common Foot Problems: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Imagine starting your day with a spring in your step, but instead, greeted by a sharp pain shooting through your foot with every step. Foot problems aren't just physical. They Read More

Symptoms of an Ingrown Toenail

Ingrown toenails are painful and ugly. They can make it difficult to put on shoes, to stand, and to walk without pain. An ingrown toenail can decrease your mobility. Your Read More

Treating Plantar Fasciitis

If you are experiencing stabbing, aching heel pain on the side of your foot, or running across your heel, you could have a very common condition known as plantar fasciitis. Read More

The Importance of Foot Health: Understanding the Role of Podiatrists

From foot pain to foot health, Dr. James Hurst at Centreville Foot & Ankle & Sports Medicine in Centreville, VA, is the podiatrist to have on your care team. What’s So Read More

Quick Guide: How to Heal a Bruised Toenail Effectively

If you've ever experienced the discomfort of a bruised toenail, you know how bothersome it can be. Whether it's due to stubbing your toe, wearing ill-fitting shoes, or engaging in Read More

Flat Feet and Bunions: A Guide to Relief and Prevention

If you've ever experienced discomfort or pain in your feet, you might have come across flat feet and bunions. These two conditions are often interlinked, causing discomfort and impacting your Read More

The Role of Podiatrists in Sports Injury Prevention and Management

Whether you’re a professional athlete, a weekend warrior, or somewhere in between, Dr. James Hurst and the team at Centreville Foot & Ankle & Sports Medicine in Centreville, VA, offer Read More

Managing Your Heel Pain

Your heels are nature’s shock absorbers, providing a cushion for standing, walking, and running. If you’ve ever experienced heel pain, you already know how it can impact your life. The Read More

How Orthotics Can Improve Stability and Reduce Pain in Hypermobile Ankles

Dr. James Hurst sees patients daily at his Centreville Foot & Ankle & Sports Medicine practice in Centreville, VA, to teach them how orthotics can help reduce foot and ankle Read More

What Is a Foot Contusion & How To Alleviate the Pain?

Picture this: you're going about your day when suddenly, a sharp pain shoots through your foot. You might have foot contusions. Now, before panic sets in, let's break it down and Read More

The Truth About Toenail Fungus

We wanted to share a few truths we’ve learned about toenail fungus you may not know. One of the things we know for sure is how motivated most people with Read More

What Diseases Can You Get From Walking Barefoot?

Walking barefoot on the beach can be a serene and enjoyable experience. However, it's important to be aware of the potential risks to your foot health. You might be surprised Read More

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