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  • Toe Walking
    What is Toe Walking? Toe walking is when your child walks on the balls of their feet without their heels touching the floor. This condition is common amongst kids who Read more
  • How to Stay Safe in High Heels
    Are you head over heels in love….with high heels? The American Podiatrist Medical Association revealed that nearly half of all women strut into life with high heels. While definitely Read more
  • Bones of the Foot
    The bones of the foot do a lot of work, and they need to be healthy for a person to be mobile and comfortable. We work hard at Knoxville Read more
  • Juvenile Arthritis
    Seniors aren’t the only people who develop arthritis. About one in one thousand children in the United States develops some form of it, as well, and it’s often severe Read more
  • Cutting Toenails
    For most people, cutting their toenails is about the closest they come to regular foot care. But despite how ordinary it is, there are a lot of ways it Read more
  • Signs of Skin Cancer
    If you noticed an unusual bump on your foot, would you be able to say with certainty what it was? Don’t guess! Leave it to your experienced podiatrists. Dr. Bumpus Read more
  • Bursitis
    Running is a great way to exercise, but it does put a lot of stress on your feet. Among the many overuse injuries a patient might develop is bursitis, the Read more
  • Running Injuries
    Prevent the possibility of running injuries during training, so that you can still run that marathon you’ve been planning! Dr. Bumpus and Dr. Malin at Knoxville Footcare in Knoxville, Read more
  • Blisters
    Blisters are an uncomfortable condition that occur when friction irritates the skin. Athletes and exercise buffs are more likely to develop them, along with patients that work on their feet. Read more
  • Heel Pain in Children
    Although bones are living tissue and rebuild throughout life, children’s bones are a bit more delicate than adults’. Their feet, in particular, are vulnerable to calcaneal apophysitis, also known as Read more
  • Chilblains
    Even though the weather is warming up, you should always be prepared for foot conditions that are brought on by the cold. That’s why Drs. Kelly Bumpus and Danielle Malin Read more
  • Charcot Foot
    Charcot’s foot is a condition that occurs in patients with peripheral neuropathy, where they don’t realize that they’ve injured or hurt their feet. This is because peripheral neuropathy creates numbness Read more
  • Claw Toes
    At Knoxville Footcare, we treat a variety of foot conditions, including the common toe deformity known as claw toes. This is when the toes abnormally bend in a curling appearance. Read more
  • Foot Cramps
    Drs. Kelly Bumpus and Danielle Malin are our two highly trained podiatrists here at Knoxville Footcare. They treat a variety of foot conditions, including frequent foot cramps! These occur when Read more
  • Heel Spurs
    At Knoxville Footcare in Tennessee, we treat a variety of foot conditions. From hammertoes to heel spurs, we will treat your foot issue so that you are able to Read more
  • Causes of Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
    If you have a shooting pain up your calf that you just can’t shake, you might have Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome. This condition is especially painful because it affects the Read more

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Tuesday:

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Wednesday:

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