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  • Are You Struggling with Ingrown Toenails?
    If you are dealing with persistent ingrown toenail issues in Salem, OR, and want to find out what’s going on, call our office today at (503) 588-8188 to set up an evaluation. Read more
  • Common Causes for Foot Pain
    Your feet ache. What are the common causes of foot pain and discomfort, and how can you heal them? At Cascade Foot Center in Salem, OR Dr. James Lisle, Dr. Lee Poston and Dr. Trevor Tippets examine sore, aching feet, uncover the reasons for the problem and recommend the best possible solutions. Would you like some relief? Read more
  • How We Can Help Your Foot Pain
    How your podiatrists in Salem, OR, can help your feet feel better Foot pain can be excruciating, and it can keep you on the couch. The good news is, your podiatrist Read more
  • Find Relief From Your Heel Pain
    Though heel pain can quickly affect your daily life, it is often related to an underlying, treatable condition. With help from your podiatrist, you can ensure that you are receiving Read more
  • You Can't Always Treat An Ingrown Toenail Yourself
    While there are foot conditions worse than an ingrown toenail, few things are as persistent, sore and bothersome. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons says that about three million Americans Read more
  • How to Treat Toenail Fungus
    Summer is the perfect time to consider the health and appearance of your feet. Sure, a toenail fungus might not seem serious but it’s important that you seek the proper treatment Read more
  • What Are Flat Feet?
    Flat feet is when a person's entire sole touches the floor when standing. This can be problematic for many individuals, which is why your Salem, OR, podiatrists, Drs. Lee Poston and James Lisle, Read more
  • Caring for Your Feet When You're a Diabetic
    What your foot doctors in Salem, Oregon want you to know. Diabetes is a common medical condition affecting over 29 million people in this country, according to the American Diabetes Association. Read more
  • Don't Ignore Your Heel Pain
    Suffering from heel or foot pain? Heel pain affects millions of American adults every year. The good news is that a podiatrist can help you achieve real relief with little Read more
  • Signs You Have Sprained Your Ankle
    An ankle injury of any kind can quickly affect your ability to perform simple tasks like walking or standing. An ankle sprain is a painful and frustrating condition which could Read more
  • What Can I Do About My Chronic Foot Pain?
    A little foot pain from time to time is common. Uncomfortable shoes, a vigorous workout or spending too much time on your feet at work or running errands can lead Read more
  • FAQs to Podiatrists
    Your Salem, OR, foot doctor, Dr. James Lisle or Dr. Lee Poston, fields many questions about his patients' feet and their care. Would you like to know more about medical Read more
  • Know How to Prevent Athlete’s Foot
    Fungal infections are no fun, but there are ways to prevent them. Learn more from your Salem podiatrists. Are you someone who just loves to go barefoot, especially in the summer? Read more
  • Cause Of Ingrown Toenails And How We Can Help
    If you do not have foot or ankle issues, you may take for granted simple tasks like walking or standing. However, problems like ingrown toenails can make these activities more Read more
  • What Do I Do About Cracked Feet?
    Have your dry and cracked feet begun affecting your daily life? Do you avoid wearing sandals because you feel embarrassed by the appearance of the cracked, dry skin on your Read more
  • What Could Be Causing Your Heel Pain
    Heel pain can happen to anyone, regardless of age, activity level, or lifestyle. While plantar fasciitis is the most common heel pain-related complaint, there are many other causes for this Read more

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