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Reasons To See a Podiatrist

Taking care of your feet is important and you need help to ensure that there aren’t any issues with your feet. If you’re dealing with pain, you should never ignore it and instead, you should seek out options to treat your pain. Dr. Charles Chapel at Chapel Podiatry in Brooksville, serving Spring Hill, Homosassa, and Hudson, FL, can explain when to see a podiatrist and how they can help keep your feet healthy.

When To See Our Podiatrist

There are many ways that our podiatrist can help keep your feet healthy and strong. There are many issues that can affect your feet that you may not even realize are actual issues. If you’re dealing with heel pain, it’s important to see our podiatrist as soon as possible to start treatment to ease your pain and start walking normally each day.

If you’re dealing with diabetes, you should be visiting our podiatrist on a regular basis. Foot care is extremely important when you’re dealing with diabetes and can be a deciding factor in much of your overall health. If you have a cut on your foot, you likely won’t notice it when you’re dealing with diabetes, and it can be hard to heal. This could lead to infection and even amputation.

There are issues that can affect many people. Common issues include athlete’s foot and corns. Athlete’s foot is a type of fungus that can affect your feet and cause infections. Corns are layers of dead skin cells that are caused by your feet rubbing against your shoes. Your podiatrist can easily help you deal with either of these issues so that you won’t feel embarrassed by your feet.

Contact Our Podiatrist Today

There are many reasons to visit our podiatrist. Contact Dr. Charles Chapel at Chapel Podiatry in Brooksville, serving Spring Hill, Homosassa, and Hudson, FL, to find out how a podiatrist could help you. Call for more information today at (352) 684-1444.

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