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What is DVT (Deep Venous Thrombosis) and How Can it Be Treated

Deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is a condition in which a blood clot (known as a thrombus) forms in a vein that is deep inside the body. A complication of DVT, pulmonary embolism (PE), can occur when a blood clot breaks loose and moves into the lungs, where i

Sep 14th, 2017
Toenail Care Tips From an Indianapolis Podiatrist

Our Indianapolis podiatry office sees 5 times as many toenails as it does feet and many of our first time patients find it challenging to keep them healthy. But if you follow some easy toenail care tips we provide our Indianapolis area patients, you to...

Sep 2nd, 2017
Treating Calluses Can Be a Pain – How to Do It Right

If you’ve been going barefoot more often than not this summer, whether while doing yardwork, or at the pool or beach, or used to run around shoe-less while playing as a kid, you’ve probably noticed the build-up of skin on the bottom of your feet that is be

Aug 5th, 2017
Indianapolis Podiatrist Advice – Helpful Shoe Buying Tips

Shoes. We wear them every day and often take them for granted but our podiatry team wants to change that. The right pair of shoes can truly impact foot health for both better or worse. As an Indianapolis podiatrist, I offer the following shoe advice f...

Jun 30th, 2017
Diabetes and the Foot – Info By an Indianapolis Podiatrist

While we often discuss ways that people with diabetic foot wounds can be treated at our Indianapolis podiatrist office, it is also important to take a step back and describe some of the most common issues people with diabetes face. Unfortunately, people wi

Jun 17th, 2017
June is Wound Healing Awareness Month

The American Board of Wound Management (ABWM) Foundation named June as Wound Healing Awareness Month (WHAM) in 2016, and AHP Foot & Wound Care Specialists are excited that this will be the second year of the wound care community celebrating this month...

May 31st, 2017
What Are Some Diabetic Neuropathy Treatment Options?

Our Carmel-area podiatrist office often has patients that are diabetic with questions about pain in their feet caused by diabetic neuropathy. Diabetic neuropathy is nerve damage, typically located in the hands and feet, that is caused by high blood...

May 18th, 2017
Cold Feet on a Warm Day? Learn the Best Cold Feet Treatments

Dr. Todd Mann, an Indianapolis podiatrist and his team at AHP occasionally have time to answer common questions they hear about from their diabetic and wound care patients. There aren’t many worse feelings than laying in a comfortable bed, tucked in...

Apr 12th, 2017
Common Exercise Injuries to Your Feet

Ask any Indianapolis foot doctor what questions they run into this time of year and you'll hear quite a few that are based on exercise related injuries. Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or you’re just trying to stick to your spring time goal of getting..

Mar 24th, 2017
The Do's and Do Not's of Foot Care for Diabetics

Our Indianapolis diabetic foot care patients are always asking what they can do to try and improve their foot health. The simple fact is living with diabetes can be a real pain in your feet! Having diabetes can cause two serious problems that can affect...

Mar 10th, 2017
Top 5 Proper Toenail Care Tips

Often Dr. Mann or Dr. Tran meet with Indianapolis foot wound care patients that are also interested in knowing how best to take care of their toenails. In this blog, we go through the top 5 tips for keeping your toenails healthy.

Feb 23rd, 2017