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How can you prevent common foot ailments? What should you do when you have chronic ankle pain? Our blog addresses commonly asked questions about foot health as well as overall healthy habits and fun events around the Tucson area!

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  • Tucson Folk Festival: Getting Ready from Head to Toe Getting ready to enjoy the great tunes and good times at the Tucson Folk Festival? Make sure your eyes, ears, and feet are up to the challenge!
  • Relief From Neuropathy: Making the Impossible Possible Many people are told that there’s no hope for their peripheral neuropathy. More still are offered the hope of treatments, only to discover they don’t work. But don’t give up! At the Tucson Neuropathy Institute, we specialize in achieving real, lasting solutions for neuropathic pain and numbness.
  • 7 Gifts Everyone Can Give Their Eyes The health of your eyes is important. Here are a some steps everyone can take to have the best sight for life.
  • Bunion Surgery A bunion can be the cause of much discomfort. If you have a bunion that you want to get treatment for, contact Head to Toe Health Care today!
  • Bunion Surgery Tucson AZ You heard the expression, Oh my aching feet and my dogs are barking, when people complain about foot pain for some especially women the sources that pain comes from having bunions.
  • Diabetic Neuropathy Neuropathy can be a huge burden for people living with diabetes. There is hope though, contact Head to Toe Health Care to learn about your treatment options.
  • Dellon Nerve Decompression Neuropathy can be a very painful disorder but nerve decompression can help mask the pain. Contact Head to Toe Health Care today for treatment options.
  • Neuropathy Treatment Treating underlying conditions can often times relieve neuropathy symptoms. To learn more about treatment options contact Head to Toe Health Care today.
  • Small Fiber Peripheral Neuropathy The small nerve fibers are closest to the skin and can cause a variety of symptoms. Contact Head to Toe Health Care for information about treatment options.
  • Foot Drop: Common Peroneal Nerve Compression of the common peroneal nerve can go largely unnoticed; until foot drop occurs. Contact Head to Toe Health Care for treatment options.