Discovering How and Why to Care for Your Feet

We feel that it is our duty to not only help our patient’s feet look and feel their best, but also to educate our patients on how to properly care for their feet on their own. Come see how our knowledge can help teach you how to avoid potentially harmful foot problems and disorders.

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  • Treat Your Sprain with K-Laser You can start with RICE therapy, but Dr. Robert Parker explains how laser treatment can help your ankle sprain heal faster.
  • How Lasers Work to Relieve Neuropathy The connection between light beams and pain relief may seem like something out of a sci-fi movie, but studies show it can work, says Dr. Robert Parker.
  • Using Laser Therapy for Foot and Ankle Pain New laser therapy for treating foot and ankle pain without invasive procedures or strong medication is explained by Dr. Robert Parker of Houston.
  • Podiatrist or Orthopedic Surgeon? When your feet need attention, you may be confused which specialty is best for your situation. Dr. Robert Parker helps you navigate these medical fields.
  • A Podiatrists Job Unless you have needed treatment for a foot problem, you might not have any idea what a podiatrist does. Dr. Robert Parker fills you in on this specialty.
  • Rules for Senior Foot Care You usually get in less trouble if you just follow the rules. Houston podiatrist, Dr. Robert Parker explains how this is true for geriatric foot care.
  • 10 Holiday Gifts for Feet Need a last minute stocking stuffer, or don’t know what to get for Grandpa? You can’t go wrong giving something for feet, says Dr. Robert Parker of Houston.
  • Choosing Shoes for Problem Feet From fitting them around a bunion to cushioning your high arches, finding good shoes can be a trial. Parker Foot & Ankle in Houston, TX shares some tips.
  • Change What You Eat for Healthy Feet Want your feet to be strong and healthy and carry you through life without pain and inflammation? Watch what you eat, says Dr. Robert Parker of Houston, TX.
  • Try Natural Nerve Pain Relief There are natural ways you can manage your nerve pain when you’re on your own. Dr. Robert Parker discusses a few of the options that might help.