Dr. Win’s Fungal Nail Therapy

Dr. Berlin was recently quoted in an article for Podiatry Management. The article is about Dr. Win’s Fungal Nail Therapy, and how it is a ‘Historic Revolution in Fungal Medicine.’ Dr. Berlin has become the first national on-line retail distributor for Dr. Win’s product. In the article, Dr. Berlin has been quoted talking about the […]

10 Tips to Protect You from Diabetic Nerve Pain

Diabetes is no ‘walk in the park’ when it comes to your feet. Diabetes can reduce blood flow to your feet which in turn deprives your feet of oxygen and nutrients. This makes the healing process for blisters, sores and cuts much more difficult. Diabetic nerve damage which is also referred as Peripheral Neuropathy can […]

Fungal Nail Infection

What is a Fungal Nail Infection? Nails that are infected with a fungus may become discolored (yellowish-brown or opaque,) thick and brittle, and may separate from the rest of that nail. In some cases, the nail may crumble. The dark, moist and warm environment of shoes can promote fungal growth. In addition, injury to the […]

How to Get Rid of ‘High Heel Hangover’ in 6 Steps

It’s no secret that wearing high heels for extended periods of time can cause damage on your feet. But, we are here to talk about the day after a long day of wearing heels. Major feet pain, swelling, the inability to walk- this is the ‘High Heel Hangover.’ Everyone experiences the discomfort at different levels, […]

Ingrown Toenail

What are Ingrown Toenails? An Ingrown toenail occurs when the edges of the nail grow into the skin. They cause pressure and pain along the nail edges. The edge of the nail may cut into the skin, causing redness, swelling, pain, drainage, and infection. The most common cause of ingrown toenails is pressure from shoes. […]

Bunions

What are Bunions? A Bunion forms when your big toe angles in towards the second toe. Often, the spot where your big toe joins the rest of the foot becomes red and callused. This area also may begin to stick out and become hard. Bunions can form on one or both feet. They may run […]

Calluses

What are Calluses? A callus is a build-up of hard skin, usually on the underside of the foot. Calluses are caused by an uneven distribution of weight, generally on the bottom of the forefoot or heel. Calluses also can be caused by improperly fitting shoes or by a skin abnormality. Keep in mind that some […]

Plantar Warts

What are Plantar Warts? Plantar Warts look like calluses on the ball of the foot or on the heel. They may appear to have small pinholes or tiny black spots in the center. The warts are usually painful and may develop singly or in clusters. Plantar warts are caused by a virus that infects the […]