childrens feet

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A Podiatrist Can Do That?

2016-03-19T12:49:37+00:00

This weather today makes me look forward to summer and kayaking- picture of Dr. Kaplan and his dog Barley! As a practicing podiatrist, a week does not go by without a patient coming in for one issue and during the course of exam I find another issue that the patient did not know we treated. [...]

A Podiatrist Can Do That?2016-03-19T12:49:37+00:00

Should I hand down Sneakers from one Child to the Next?! Lonnie Kaplan DPM

2016-02-27T19:18:59+00:00

Now that the fall is here, many parents will be bringing their children to the store to buy new sneakers. When buying new sneakers for children, there are many things that should be taken into account. It is important to remember that children’s feet grow and you will most likely have to buy a new [...]

Should I hand down Sneakers from one Child to the Next?! Lonnie Kaplan DPM2016-02-27T19:18:59+00:00

Keeping your Children OFF their Toes! Lonnie Kaplan DPM

2018-09-20T14:56:18+00:00

A common pediatric foot and ankle abnormality is toe walking. Many people think that toe walking should be ignored and it will resolve on its own. Occasionally, it does resolve on its own but it is very important to have it evaluated by a podiatrist. There are many causes of toe walking in children. Some [...]

Keeping your Children OFF their Toes! Lonnie Kaplan DPM2018-09-20T14:56:18+00:00

Keeping your Children Active! Lonnie Kaplan DPM

2018-09-21T12:53:10+00:00

When most people think of a podiatrist, they think of someone who elderly people go and see to have their nails and calluses trimmed and diabetic shoes ordered. Most people do not realize how important it is for children to see a podiatrist as well. Children tend to be on their feet and are always [...]

Keeping your Children Active! Lonnie Kaplan DPM2018-09-21T12:53:10+00:00

Why is My Child Limping: A Guide To Children’s Heel Pain

2016-02-27T17:55:41+00:00

Pediatric heel pain is a common occurrence because a child’s feet are constantly growing. The bones in the foot of a child between the ages of 8 and 14 grow faster than the tendons, and the calcaneus, or heel bone, doesn’t fully develop until age 14. Until the calcaneus forms, new bone will grow in [...]

Why is My Child Limping: A Guide To Children’s Heel Pain2016-02-27T17:55:41+00:00
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