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The podiatrists at Appalachian Foot & Ankle Associates treat foot and ankle problems such as heel pain, diabetic foot care, bunions, and shock wave therapy in Asheville and Marion, NC. All our professionals at Appalachian Foot & Ankle Associates maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in podiatry.

What It Means to Have Flat Feet

What It Means to Have Flat Feet

Much research has indicated that many babies are born with flat feet. It’s quite normal for infants and toddlers not to have their arches developed

How to Recognize Foot Injuries

How to Recognize Foot Injuries

Identifying a foot wound can determine whether or not you would need medical attention. Knowing the differences between minor scrapes and bruises and a severe

Tendonitis

Tendonitis

Our muscles are joined to our bones by a cord whose thick and fibrous nature makes it durable and strong. When this cord, known as

Plantar Warts

Plantar Warts

Warts are noncancerous tissue abnormalities and are growths caused by a virus. While warts can occur at any part of the body, plantar warts are

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis

If your morning starts with a searing pain in the heel of your foot as you take your first few steps, you’re familiar with the

Athlete having pain in foot

Neuromas

Podiatric medical care should always be sought when pinching, burning nerve sensations in the foot don’t go away independently. Neuromas, also known as pinched nerves,

podiatrist Diagnosing patient

In-Office Diagnostics

At Appalachian Foot & Ankle Associates, we offer patients the convenience of diagnostic testing to remove the need for endless appointments and help our patients

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