There are always new developments in the world of podiatry, so we use our blog to help keep you up to date and informed. We also discuss current events, new laws, medical advances in treating foot ailments, and anything else that may be of interest to our clients.


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  • Stop Ingrown Toenails Permanently If ingrown toenails keep coming back, our team can perform a minor surgical procedure to stop it from growing back—for good.
  • Protecting Feet from Arizona Sun and Heat The experts at Fixing Feet Institute in Surprise, AZ offer advice on preventing many common skin problems that arise from heat and dryness.
  • What Do You See On Your Feet? Internal problems definitely need to be addressed, but don’t overlook the issues you can actually see on your feet. The doctors at Fixing Feet Institute provide an email series on skin and toenail conditions for your education, along with effective treatment for your health and wellbeing!
  • DIY Peppermint Foot Lotion No matter if you use it yourself or gift it to others, this easy DIY peppermint foot lotion from Fixing Feet Institute can brighten the holiday season.
  • Should You Get a Pedicure? If you are deciding whether or not to get a pedicure at a salon, you need to understand the risks entailed, says the team at Fixing Feet Institute.
  • How to Take Care of Dry, Cracked Feet The doctors at Fixing Feet Institute help you understand how to take care of dry, cracked feet.
  • How to Fix an Ingrown Toenail Dr. Viedra Elison discussion home and professional treatment options to fix a painful ingrown toenai.
  • Fix Dry Skin with a Foot Soak Dry skin, particularly in your heels, can lead to painful cracks. The right foot soak for dry skin will restore moisture to your feet, says Dr. Viedra Elison.
  • How to Avoid Athlete's Foot Instead of having to treat a case of athlete’s foot, follow these tips from Dr. Viedra Elison on how to avoid athlete’s foot in the first place.
  • At Home Treatments for Toenail Fungus Professional care from Dr. Viedra Elison at Fixing Feet Institute is always an option, but you might want to try at-home treatments for toenail fungus first.
  • 3 Best Treatments for Athlete’s Foot Athlete’s foot can be aggravating. Clear it up (or prevent it in the first place!) by following these steps.
  • Why You Should Wear Sandals in the Locker Room A little protection can help you prevent fungal infections such as athlete’s foot and toenail fungus