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The Benefits of Medical Pedicures

Your feet need special attention. Unfortunately, your feet are often overlooked. Regular medical pedicures from your podiatrist can help your feet stay healthy and beautiful. Dr. Gregory Cardinal at Podiatrist Read More

The Link Between Neuromas and Foot Structure: Addressing Structural Issues

Dr. Gregory Cardinal, an esteemed, highly experienced, licensed board-certified podiatry doctor, calls Alexandria, VA, home to his practice, Podiatry in Motion, serving the communities of Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Leesburg, Reston, Read More

Understanding Ingrown Toenails: Causes and Risk Factors

Ingrown toenails can be a real pain—literally. Imagine the annoyance of your toenail digging into the surrounding skin, causing discomfort with every step. Not only is it a health concern, Read More

What You Need To Know About Neuropathy and Diabetic Foot Care

Too many people neglect their feet and often wait until there is already a problem before they visit their podiatrist. This can expose them to serious complications, especially if they Read More

Neuropathy and Diabetic Foot Care: Understanding the Connection

Diabetes causes tremendous changes in your body, especially in your extremities, including your feet. One of those changes is nerve impairment, which can cause painful diabetic nerve pain, called neuropathy. Read More

Helping You Manage Your Heel Pain

If you’re suffering from heel pain, Dr. Gregory Cardinal at Podiatrist in Motion offers house call podiatry services in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Reston, Leesburg, and Warrenton, VA and surrounding areas including Read More

How Orthotics Help in Treating Plantar Fasciitis

A majority of Americans have experienced foot pain according to the American Podiatric Medical Association, and heel-related pain tops the list. Whenever a non-surgical, non-invasive solution for a foot problem Read More

What Is Foot Fungus?

Folks who suffer from foot fungus can quickly find their feet going numb or feeling itchy. Foot fungus is a common problem for athletes, but can affect pretty much anyone. Read More

How Orthotics Can Improve Your Foot Health

Foot problems are relatively common, with millions in the United States experiencing foot-related issues yearly. One of the most effective methods of managing foot issues is using orthotics – shoe Read More

Helping You Manage Your Heel Pain

Heel pain is a common condition that many people will struggle with at least once in their life. If heel pain becomes persistent and starts to affect how you perform Read More

Benefits of a Podiatrist That Does House Calls

Podiatrists specialize in treating injuries and conditions affecting the feet and ankles. It is important to seek treatment when dealing with foot problems but can be challenging if you experience Read More

What Are Three Symptoms of Athlete’s Foot?

Also referred to as tinea pedis, athlete's foot is a fungal infection that's associated with symptoms like itching, burning, and peeling skin, typically in between your toes and the soles Read More

What Are Plantar Warts?

Plantar warts can be aggravating due to their tenacity and potential for discomfort. When plantar warts appear on the soles of the feet, it can be painful to walk or Read More

How Seeing a Podiatrist Can Improve Your Health

Your feet keep you going, moving through your life. When you have foot issues, the pain can lead to you spending more time on the couch. Inactivity can cause a Read More

Medical Pedicure FAQs

When you think of pedicures it's perfectly normal to think of them being done at a spa or nail salon. But when it's about taking proper care of your feet, Read More

Signs and Symptoms of Hammertoe

Hammertoes are toe deformities where the middle joint of your toe becomes permanently bent. This condition, which often results from genetics, ill-fitting footwear, and certain medical conditions, can cause pain Read More

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