• Sesamoiditis
    Your feet do a lot of work, and it’s no wonder they sometimes get worn out. But certain parts of the feet are especially delicate and can become chronically inflamed. Read more
  • Posterior Tibial Dysfunction
    Having flat feet makes it a lot more painful and difficult to walk. Even worse, the deformity in a foot may get worse over time. However, at Knoxville Footcare, we Read more
  • Ganglion Cysts
    If you have a soft bulge on your ankle, you’re not the only one. Ganglion cysts, or ganglions, are pockets of fluids that form around joints. Although they are more Read more
  • What is a Sprained Ankle?
    If you’ve twisted your ankle, you probably know to say it’s sprained and needs rest. But you might not have a clear idea on what, exactly, a sprain is, or Read more
  • Xerosis
    You’ve probably never heard of Xerosis, but chances are you’ve come across it before. Xerosis is the medical term for dry skin. At Knoxville Footcare in Knoxville, TN, Drs. Kelly Read more
  • Diabetes and Foot Care
    Foot care with diabetes can be tricky. For people with diabetes, even the smallest blister can grow into something serious like an amputation. At Knoxville Footcare in Knoxville, TN, Drs. Read more
  • Stinky Feet 101
    Yikes! What stinks?  Whether you’re simply lounging your legs on the couch or wriggling your toes on a moist sandy beach, it’s clear that feet have a reputation to reek. At Read more
  • Effects of Diabetes on Nerves
    Diabetes causes all sorts of health problems, including in the feet. Helping people with diabetes to manage their foot health is one of a podiatrist’s most important jobs, and we Read more
  • Heel Spurs
    Do you have heel spurs? Heel spurs are a condition caused by an overgrowth of calcium deposits in the heel. At Knoxville Footcare in Knoxville, TN, Drs. Kelly Bumpus and Read more
  • Plantar Fasciitis and Foot Pain
    If you suffer a sharp pain in your foot most mornings, you’re not alone. Plantar fasciitis is not only one of the most common causes of foot pain, it’s one Read more
  • Winter Footcare this Holiday Season
    Whether this holiday season brings fresh snow or sunny weather, it’s important to keep your feet dry and warm during the colder months. Ice and snow increase your risk for Read more
  • Neuropathy
    At Knoxville Footcare in Knoxville, TN, we often treat patients struggling with peripheral neuropathy. This is a condition where the nerves in the feet or legs are damaged and is Read more
  • Ingrown Toenails
    Ingrown toenails occur when the toenail begins to grow into the surrounding skin. Though it often does not require medical intervention, if left untreated it can lead to infection. At Read more
  • Hallux Rigidus
    Knoxville Footcare offers treatment for a variety of foot conditions, including hallux rigidus. Hallux rigidus is a condition that affects the joints of the big toe, resulting in pain and Read more
  • What Causes Gout?
    Of the many kinds of arthritis that affect the feet, the most identifiable is gout. Dr. Bumpus and Dr. Malin at Knoxville Footcare in Knoxville, TN, are trained in Read more
  • Aging Feet
    As you grow older, your body may not work the same as it used to. Some of your body parts will deteriorate in function and lose strength. Your feet Read more

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