Dr. Nagy has joined a network of doctors as a designated Atlas-FAI certified specialist, which makes Nagy Footcare locations in North Hampton and Somersworth Atlas-FAI certified centers- the first in New Hampshire. As an Atlas-FAI specialist, Dr. Nagy is trained on how to identify an ideal candidate for the HyProCure® procedure that treats foot misalignment, how to perform the procedure correctly, and how to prevent or treat any issues post procedure.
Nagy Footcare Blog
Topics: HyProCure Treatment
Do you wake up in the morning and gingerly step out of bed to limit shooting pain in your feet and ankles? Perhaps your back also hurts and your hips and legs are stiff and fatigued. You might think these are all just aches and pains that you need to put up with as you get older, but that’s not necessarily the case, all of your aches, foot pain, stiffness, and mobility issues could be caused by a misalignment of the bones in your ankles. Foot pain and misalignment issues are often treatable with attention from your trusted podiatrist. Some of the signs of misaligned ankles include:
Does your child complain of foot pain? Don't ignore it. You may think your child just wants a little extra attention, but complaining of foot pain is typically not the way he'll try to get it. Childhood foot pain can be caused by minor or temporary problems, but they can also be a sign of something more serious. Left untreated, minor foot problems can become major ones. It is best to consult your podiatrist when your child has foot pain so you don't make the mistake of making a small problem a big one.
Many people seek chronic, lower back pain relief without ever really knowing what is causing the problem. They assume they've lifted something that was too heavy or simply twisted their back in the wrong direction. In many cases, their lower back pain has nothing to do with anything they've actually done and everything to do with how they are walking. Each step they take can be adding to the stress on their back. Something as simple as twisting your ankle can lead to lower back pain if you don't treat the injury properly.
Do your feet hurt? If you suffer from heel pain, overpronation, or pain in your knees or back when you exercise or stand for long periods of time, like 45% of the population, you may have misaligned feet or ankles. Misalignment doesn’t just occur in your spine, any of your joints can move out of correct alignment, including the many small joints of your foot or your ankle.
Foot pain can have many causes. Your feet are constantly transporting your body from one place to another, often times with little to no rest. This can result in stress on the joints, inflammation, and fatigue. Combine the three and you end up with pain and discomfort that can be debilitating and eventually become chronic.
The HyProCure® procedure can help relieve your pain and inflammation. So no matter what is causing your discomfort, you can still live an active life that is free of foot pain. Maybe you can relate to one of the following scenarios.
Do you suffer from pain in your feet and body when working or trying to be active? Are you limited in what you can do physically due to pain, or experiencing discomfort that takes the fun out of otherwise enjoyable activities? If you are, you're not alone!
Have you been using conservative methods to treat your foot pain? Perhaps you have already tried soaking your feet, massaging your feet and legs, taking aspirin, applying cold packs or warm packs, and you still have pain. When those at-home treatments don't work, it's time to seek help from your New Hampshire podiatrist.
Misaligned feet are a common problem among many Americans. Many people don't even know their feet are not aligned properly and that the imbalance may be affecting their knees, hips and lower back. The foot care tips below can help you recognize the problem.
Athletes especially can have misaligned feet if they do not train properly or allow themselves sufficient time to recover after they receive an injury. The resulting pain and discomfort can cause you to become inactive and may lead to weight gain.
Problems that start with your feet can lead to chronic pain in your knees, hips, and back. Misalignments of the bones and other structures in the foot can alter how you walk and also how the lower extremities bear your weight as you move. The resulting pain and discomfort can become chronic if the problems with your feet are not addressed in a timely fashion.
The New Hampshire podiatrists at Nagy Footcare can uncover the source of your pain and treat it effectively using the HyProCure® procedure as well as other treatment methods that work to restore balance in your feet and ankles.