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Spring Clinic

2616 FM 2920 RD STE N
SPRING, TX 77388-3590

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6550 Fannin Street STE #2427
Houston, TX, 77030

Ankle Instability

Ankle Instability What is Ankle Instability? Chronic ankle instability occurs after repeated ankle twists and sprains, which causes a recurring instability in the lateral side of the ankle. Those with chronic ankle instability usually report a repeated turning of the ankle, consistent swelling and discomfort, tenderness, and the ankle feeling unsupported and “wobbly.” Repeated injury [...]

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Hammertoe Surgery/Toe Straightening Procedure What Is Hammertoe? Hammertoe impacts the middle toes, causing one or more toes to bend upward at its middle joint, resulting in varying levels of discomfort. Once stiffened into position, a hammertoe can rub against shoes and cause painful corns and calluses. Some individuals with hammertoe have difficulty walking, wearing shoes, [...]

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Turf Toe

Big Toe Joint Injury / “Turf Toe” What is Turf Toe? The first big toe joint is a complicated structure. Not only does it take most of the weight and torque while running, but also while bending down and walking on hard floors. Like the other metatarsal-phalangeal joints, the big toe joint has a smooth [...]

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Custom Molded Orthotics / Prescription Arch Supports

Custom Molded Orthotics / Prescription Arch Supports What are Orthotic Inserts? Orthotic inserts are shoe insoles that are designed to provide extra comfort and arch support and alleviate foot or heel pain. They are also meant to encourage alignment and proper foot movement, differentiating them from the memory foam inserts you might see at a [...]

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Heel Spur Pain

Heel Spur Pain What Are Heel Spurs? A heel spur is a bone growth on the bottom or back of the heel. Foot and heel bone spurs are areas where excess bone has grown forming a small lump which sticks out. The result can become inflamed and painful. The cause of heel spurs can often [...]

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Fungal Toenails

Fungal Toenail Treatment What is a Fungal Toenail? A fungal toenail occurs when the nail is lifted from the underlying skin, allowing the fungus to get under the nail and grow, creating white, yellow, green, or even brown coloring. A fungal nail infection can arise from cutting the edges improperly, tight fitting shoes, trauma, or [...]

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Dermatology Services

Dermatology Services Your skin is not only the largest and most visible organ of your body and includes toenails and hair — it protects you and acts as a barrier against harmful substances, fungus, bacteria, injury, and more. At Moore Foot and Ankle Specialists we offer a range of dermatology services to help you feel [...]

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Thick Toenails

Thick Toenail Treatment What Are Thick Toenails? Thick, discolored toenails can arise from cutting the edges of the nail improperly, tight fitting shoes, nail trauma, fungal infections, and age. How We Treat Thick Toenails We will schedule an initial consultation to review the toenail and talk about any concerns, other issues, and discuss the medical [...]

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Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s Foot Treatment What is Athlete’s Foot? Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that usually begins between the toes. It occurs most commonly in people whose feet have become very sweaty while confined within tight-fitting shoes. Signs and symptoms of athlete’s foot include a scaly rash that usually causes itching, stinging and burning. Athlete’s foot [...]

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Plantar Warts

Plantar Wart Removal What Are Plantar Warts? Plantar warts are caused by an infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV) in the outer layer of skin, commonly on the soles or other weight-bearing areas of your feet. Warts are formed from hard, grainy, or fleshy skin. Although not dangerous, plantar warts can be uncomfortable or cause [...]

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