Office Products

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Dr. Remedy's Self Defense

Discover the healthy, doctor-formulated alternative to traditional nail polishes. This unique product is enriched with vitamins, tea-tree oil, wheat protein and garlic bulb extract. It's made with organic ingredients and free from formaldehyde, toluene and DBP. These enriching ingredients strengthen and protect your nails against fungus, discoloration, cracking and brittleness.
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Fungal Treatments

Fungal Toenail Treatments in Stuart

Laser Treatment & ClearNails - Pro Topical

We offer the newest laser technology for the treatment of toenail fungus. For FREE information contact our office. This invented combination of ciclopirox, terbinafine and fluconazole eliminates the entire spectrum of fungi and mold that cause onychomycosis (fungal nail disease). The unique patented carrier system allows all three medicines to penetrate both the nail (nail plate) and the nail bed, attacking all the places fungus resides. This prescription strength topical is sold only by medical practitioners and has all the advantages without all the risks of oral medication.

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Orthotics

Orthotics are orthopedic devices that are used to alter or modify foot function and are designed to treat, adjust, and support various biomechanical foot disorders. The most effective orthotics, however, are custom-made devices that are crafted to meet the specific needs of a particular individual. Custom orthotics are created using an impression of the foot called a cast, which duplicates any misalignments in foot structure. Using the cast, technicians in an orthotic laboratory design a device that balances out deformities and corrects misalignments.

Almost anyone, from children to adults, can benefit from orthotics. Orthotics can alleviate many common foot problems that cause pain and discomfort in otherwise healthy people. There are several common symptoms that may indicate misalignment of the feet. These signs and symptoms include the following:

  • Abnormal shoe wear (e.g., one side of the sole of the shoe wears out faster than the other)
  • Bunions
  • Chronic heel (e.g., plantar fasciitis), knee, or low back pain
  • Flatfeet
  • Frequent ankle sprains
  • Gait abnormalities (e.g., feet point inward or excessively outward during walking)
  • Shin pain (e.g., shin splints)

For more information about orthotics or any of these symptoms contact our office through our contact page or our phone number listed at the top of this page.

Reference: healthcommunities.com

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Neuropathy/NeuRemedy or Neur-Vasia

Two common conditions that affect the feet are Diabetes and Neuropathy. One of the most important things a diabetic should do is have their feet checked every 6 months. Common signs of Neuropathy are burning, tingling and/or numbness of the feet. Some diabetics also develop neuropathy which can lead to many problems with the feet including ulcers, etc. because they lose normal to any feeling in their feet. These conditions require daily awareness and regular check ups with your podiatrist. Appropriate footwear and medication are helpful with controlling any issues with these conditions
What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy, a result of nerve damage, often causes numbness and pain in your hands and feet. People typically describe the pain of peripheral neuropathy as tingling or burning, while they may compare the loss of sensation to the feeling of wearing a thin stocking or glove.

Diabetic neuropathy is nerve damage caused by diabetes. High blood sugar can reduce blood flow and injure nerve fibers throughout the body, but most often the damage occurs in your legs and feet. Diabetic neuropathy with the loss of feeling in your feet is one of the most frequent causes of foot ulcerations which could lead to amputation.

If this sounds like you or something you are experiencing ask us about NeuRemedy or Neur-Vasia. These are safe, relatively inexpensive products, which can reverse or lessen the nerve damage or dysfunction due to peripheral or diabetic neuropathy.

Diabetic neuropathy

Clinical features

  • 10% of patients have neuropathy at time of diagnosis of diabetes
  • 50% develop neuropathy within 25 years of initial diagnosis
  • 25% to 30% of neuropathies are associated with pain
  • Pain can be superficial (burning, tingling, allodynia), shooting/electric-like, or cramping/aching

For more information about this product or condition contact our office or visit the Clinical Therapeutic Solutions website at CTSRX.com

EPAT Therapy in Martin County

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Are YOU having heel pain? Most patients have heel pain and tightness with the first steps out of bed in the morning or after they have been seated for a prolonged period of time and start to walk again. Typically, the heel pain will improve with ambulation but could intensify by day's end if the patient continues to walk or stand for a long time. Heel pain is most often caused by inflammation of the plantar fascia, a condition that is sometimes also called heel spur syndrome when a spur is present. Heel pain may also be due to other causes, such as a stress fracture, tendonitis, arthritis, nerve irritation, or, rarely, a cyst.Diagnosis of plantar fasciitis is based on patient history, risk factors, and physical examination findings. Because there are several potential causes, it is important to have heel pain properly diagnosed. Dr. Taub is able to distinguish between all the possibilities and determine the underlying source of your heel pain.
What is EPAT?

EPAT stands for Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology. It is a highly effective non-invasive office based treatment method that accelerates the healing of acute or chronic soft tissues injuries.

What is EPAT?

EPAT stands for Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology. It is a highly effective non-invasive office based treatment method that accelerates the healing of acute or chronic soft tissues injuries.

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Kera - 42 Cream

Exfoliate, restore and moisturize calloused, rough dry skin...

Dry, cracked heel's is a condition created when the skin around the rim of the heel has lost its ability to function in a normal and healthy manner. The heel is one of the major weight-bearing parts of your foot. If the skin surrounding the heels gets too dry, it can become stressed, developing thick calluses around the heel's outer edge and can actually crack. These cracks, known as fissures, can cause pain and lead to other more serious complications.

Constant pressure and friction to the fat pad under the heel causes it to expand and eventually crack. Wearing thin-soled or open backed shoes are some cause of dry, cracked heels. The way you walk or standing for long periods of time are also causes. Diabetes and an under active thyroid can also contribute to dry, cracked heels. Being overweight and advanced aging can also be contributing factors. Dry, cracked heels may also indicate a zinc and omega-3 fatty acid deficiency.

There is an effective treatment program that includes washing your feet regularly keeping them clean and free of infections. Then moisturizing them both morning and night to hydrate and restore softness, while at the same time exfoliating the heel of dead dry skin cells. Never try to cut or remove calluses from your feet. Excessive skin removal should only be performed by a Podiatric Physician.

For more information regarding this condition or KERA-42 cream contact our office or visit Clinical Therapeutics Solutions website at CTSRX.com