Clinic Blog
In this section you may find latest news of our clinic as well as information about drugs, research, educations and other interesting things.

According to the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, 88 percent of women in the US wear shoes that are too small and 55% have bunions. A bunion is a condition where your toe starts to shift to the outside of your foot.  This condition typically leads to the formation of a big bump on […]

CAM therapies (Complimentary and Alternative Medicine) have become increasingly popular and are used regularly by patients with chronic neurologic disorders. Peripheral neuropathy is a common complication of diabetes mellitus. Symptoms are variable and range from complete loss of sensation, to reduced muscular strength resulting in an unsteady gait, to painful burning tingling and numbness. The […]

Diabetes is a lifelong, chronic disease caused by high levels of sugar in the blood, either because your body is not making enough insulin or because the body’s cells do not respond properly to insulin, or both. Patients with high blood sugar will typically experience frequent urination and often become increasingly thirsty and/or hungry. Diabetics […]

Why does your arthritis flare up in the winter?  One of the most difficult parts of winter for those who suffer from arthritis in Jacksonville is the increased pain and inflammation the season brings with it.  When the cold weather hits, those with osteoarthritis find their joints ache more, walking seems tougher, and overall, there’s […]