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Do your feet hurt? Are they tired? Do you have “ugly” toenails, bunions, hammertoe, corns, calluses, ingrown toenails, painful arches, etc? Proper foot care can help many foot problems.
Dr. Wright is a Board-certified podiatrist who has been in practice for 35 years in the Alameda Podiatry Group, along with his twin brother Dr. Randy Wright, DPM. Their practice is located at 1504 Park St, Suite #39 in the Bank of America building on the corner of Park Street and Santa Clara Avenue (phone: 510-521-0441).
The doctors at Alameda Podiatry Group are foot and ankle specialists, including sports medicine, foot surgery, and complete foot care.
- Painful hammertoes, bunions, corns, and calluses can be disfiguring and disabling — many treatment options, both surgical and non-surgical, are available.
- Proper hygiene around pools, gyms, and hot tubs can help prevent warts and fungus like athletes feet. Wearing ‘shower shoes’ is important.
- Plantar fasciitis and painful arches can be very painful and early treatment can be very beneficial. Stretching exercises and shoes with good support are good early treatment.
- For diabetic patients proper foot care can help prevent infections and serious problems like amputations.
- Mycotic nails and fungus toes are very common and many treatment options are available. Good foot hygiene can help prevent this condition. Early treatment is very important.
When Dr. Dale Wright isn’t helping people with their foot care, he is out in the community helping in other areas. Dale is an active member of the Park Street Business Association and a Board member of the Eastshore Homeowners Association. “Dr. Dale” is also an assistant scoutmaster in the Boy Scouts of America and he has been a volunteer for the Muscular Dystrophy Association since 1970. Dale served on the Board of the Alameda Rotary Club and actively supports the club’s mission.
Dr. Wright would like to remind you, “If you have foot problems, don’t suffer… see your podiatrist.”
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