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  • Bone Spurs Foot & Ankle Pain
    No spur left behind! At the Dakota foot & ankle clinic we see spurs every single day. These spurs can be everywhere from on your heel, big toe or even in Read more
  • 'Oh, no! The nails gone ingrown!' by Dylan H. CNA
    So you’ve got an ingrown nail? No problem. Dr. Gale, who is a foot and ankle specialist, has seen thousands upon thousands of these.   Most people think that having an in Read more
  • "A Splint A Day Keeps The Heel Pain Away" by Dylan H. CNA
    Heel pain (Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs) is one of the most common things we treat here at the Dakota Foot and Ankle Clinic.   Usually there are a few different ways to Read more
  • "The Dry Truth About Soft Skin" by Dylan H. CNA
    Caring for your skin can be a very important step in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, especially for your feet. Using a good skin moisturizer on your feet can help with Read more
  • "The Ups and Downs of Flat Feet" by Dylan H. CNA
    Flat feet or pes planus, is a diagnosis where the arch on the inside of your foot is flattened. This can cause your ankles to turn inward and your heels Read more
  • "Don’t Sacrifice Your Feet!" by Dylan H. CNA
    I’ve been working at the Dakota Foot and Ankle Clinic for a little over a month now, and it seems like most of the patients that come in to the Read more
  • 3 Reasons to See a Foot Specialist if You are Diabetic
         1. You might be able to avoid surgery A Foot specialist will do extensive testing every year to check for nerve damage.  Studies have shown that by visiting a podiatrist Read more
  • Foot Surgery Recovery: 20 Things to Make it Better
    Recovery after foot surgery can be difficult even if it was planned.  Here are 20 things from Dr. Brian Gale staff at Dakota Foot & Ankle Clinic to  make your Read more
  • Your Shoe Size is Just a Number
    Size is a relative term.  Just take a look at high-end department stores and name brand clothing lines that use vanity sizing to appease the egos of their customers.  Right Read more
  • Shoes and Your Foot Problems
    Did you know, foot specialists enter treatment rooms every day to find active women in their 70 & 80’s with bunions as red as Rudolph’s nose with their Keds from Read more
  • Preparing For Your Appointment
    You did it!  You have scheduled an appointment at Dakota Foot & Ankle Clinic!  You have been experiencing these symptoms for some time now;  a few days, weeks, months, maybe Read more
  • Sports Injuries
     I see it time and again, people who only exercise on the weekends, play basketball once a week or are in middle school or high school, etc. and they get Read more
  • Why Do My Heels Hurt When I First Get Up?
           First off, there is a lot of confusion about heel pain.  Heel pain, heel spurs and plantar fasciitis are all basically the same thing.  The heel spur, Read more
  • What is a Podiatrist?
         Basically a podiatrist is a foot and ankle expert. We have extensive medical training. So just about anything that can go wrong with the foot and ankle is Read more
  • Socks 101
    Winter is upon us, and it’s time to warm up your feet with a good pair of socks. Socks are a vital part of foot health. They absorb sweat, provide Read more
  • Top 10 Tips for Buying Shoes
    1.    As we grow older the size of our feet change.  It is important to always select shoes by how they fit and feel and not by the size marked Read more

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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