• Blog
RSS Feed
  • Why use PRP Regenerative Therapy?
    Why use PRP Regenerative Therapy? It is 100% safe.  PRP Therapy uses the platelets from the patient’s own blood.  This eliminates the risk of transmitting disease, allergic reaction, or rejections. It is Read more
  • 10 Symptoms of Diabetes
    November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Diabetes is an increasing epidemic in today’s society, with nearly 24 million Americans (1.25 million of them children) diagnosed as diabetic. With that in mind, it’s important Read more
  • 6 Steps to help prevent falls.
    According to the NCOA every 11 seconds an elderly person is seen in an emergency department for a fall related injury. Here are 6 steps to help prevent falls:  Work on building Read more
  • What is a diabetic foot ulcer?
    Are you at risk for a diabetic foot ulcer? What is a diabetic foot ulcer?   A diabetic foot ulcer is a wound or open sore that is most often located on the Read more
  • What is Metatarsalgia?
    What is Metatarsalgia? Metatarsalgia is a non-specific term for pain in the forefoot.  It is a very common over-use injury and is very common in athletes of high-impact sports.  These sports Read more
  • Are your feet always cold?
    Are Your Feet Always Cold, Especially in the Winter?   One of the least expensive ways to take care of your feet in the Winter is to wear warm shoes and boots Read more
  • Cotton Socks: Good or Bad?
      Cotton Socks: Good or Bad?   Most of the time people spend time finding the perfect shoe.  What they don't realize is they should also take the time to find the perfect Read more
  • Tendinitis in Your Ankle
    Tendinitis in Your Ankle. What is tendinitis?  It is an inflammation of a tendon, which is a thick cord that connects bone to muscle.  One of the most common types of Read more
  • Types and Symptoms of Arthritis
    Types and Symptoms of Arthritis      Osteoarthritis- This is the most common form and generally has a gradual onset. Sufferers generally feel muscle weakness and deterioration, breakdown in cartilage, and possible Read more
  • What is Arthritis? What Causes It?
    What is Arthritis and what causes it?                 Arthritis is the inflammation and swelling of the cartilage and lining of the joints, generally accompanied by an increase in the fluid in Read more
  • When to Visit a Podiatrist for Psoriasis
    When to Visit a Podiatrist for Psoriasis. It is especially important to see a podiatrist for psoriasis if you notice it on your feet.  Your feet may be reddened and itchy.   Read more
  • Symptoms of Psoriasis and at Home Treatment
    Symptoms of Psoriasis and at Home Treatment. Symptoms are usually the same with all people that are affected with Psoriasis.  One symptom is thick, red skin that includes dry, white patches.  Read more
  • Fall Sports Safety Tips
    Fall Sports Safety Tips School has started and so has fall sports.  Here are a few things you can do to help prevent injury Start the season off fresh with a new pair Read more
  • What is psoriasis and what causes it?
    What is psoriasis and what causes it? Psoriasis is a skin condition that is caused by a faster than normal turnover of skin cells.  Normally skin cells are replaced once a Read more
  • Treating & Preventing Athlete's Foot
    Treating and Preventing Athlete’s Foot. Seeing a podiatrist is recommended if the fungus does not improve after 2 weeks of proper foot hygiene. Dr. Brian Gale, DPM, FACFAS will determine if a Read more
  • What is Athlete's Foot?
    What is Athlete’s foot?   Athlete's Foot (tinea pedis) is a skin disease caused by a fungus.  It usually occurs between the toes.  It usually attacks the feet, because wearing shoes creates a Read more

Contact Us

Dakota Foot & Ankle Clinic

Monday:

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed