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How to Care For Your Diabetes
Caring for your Diabetes Diabetes Care Testimonials Frequently asked Questions Proper care for your diabetes Are you prediabetic, or do you have diabetes? You’re not
Getting Ready for Fall Sports
The new school year is around the corner, and it is going to be a little different this year due to COVID-19. Fall sports may
Tips and Tricks for Running that your feet will thank you for.
Running injuries & preventative care Running Testimonials Frequently asked Questions our favorite running apps Start off on the right foot Whether you are a newbie
Relief for Those Who Work on Their Feet
South Sound is home to about a million people, give or take. And although a good percentage of that number are people with desk jobs
Tips for Finding the Perfect Back-to-School Kicks
If you are a parent, you may fall into either of these two categories: 1. You are mentally preparing yourself for an empty house, and
Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Routine Foot Care
You know what they say: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” To be honest, though, we’re not quite sure it’s true.
Keeping Feet Active As You Age
There’s a simple “golden rule” when it comes to physical health: Use it or lose it! This rule applies to everybody, regardless of where they
Why You Should See A Podiatrist For Your Foot And Ankle Care
So let’s set the scene. Maybe you’ve noticed that, over the last couple of months, you’ve started to develop a nasty ache in your heels.
Local Humanitarianism Enacted 3,700 Miles Away with Foot & Ankle Surgical Associates
Pictured is Sierra a Foot & Ankle Surgical Associates staff member assisting medical needs at an orphanage in Africa. Article by Megan Murphy Ross-Thurston Talk
Meet Dr. Saleh (and Heel Pain FAQ)!
The best team of foot and ankle specialists in the Pacific Northwest just got better. The Foot & Ankle Surgical Associates family keeps growing, and
Continual Growth at Foot & Ankle Surgical Associates
Foot & Ankle Surgical Associates is a business that says yes. Yes to new patients, yes to insurance companies and yes to any opportunity that
Do Orthotics Really Work?
No doubt you’ve seen racks of squishy shoe insoles available on pharmacy shelves — some available for ten bucks, others closer to 50 — and wondered what the difference between them