Diabetes-Friendly At-Home Restaurant Style Recipe

Pad Thai Spaghetti Squash – A Diabetes-Friendly At-Home Restaurant Style Meal At Kansas City Foot and Ankle, we often hear that finding tasty recipes, while still diabetes-friendly, is difficult.  While it is entirely possible to find diabetic-friendly menu items at most restaurants these days, it’s also fun to find take-out favorites and adapt them to […]

Cold feet? It could be a sign of Peripheral Artery Disease

Peripheral Artery Disease

Cold feet aren’t always a sign of being unable to commit. Cold feet can also be a red flag for Peripheral Artery Disease, also known as PAD. What is Peripheral Artery Disease, (PAD)? PAD, Peripheral Artery Disease, occurs when fatty plaque builds up in the arteries that carry blood from the heart to the legs […]

White Coat Syndrome

Going to the doctor’s office can be a stressful time for anyone from children to adults. Babies and small children usually associated the pediatrician’s office with painful shots while adults usually cringe at the thought of going to the dentist due to pain associated with all their medieval-looking torture devices they call “medical instruments”. This […]

How Healthy are Your Arteries?

Have you wondered if you are getting enough blood flow to your feet? Do you ever experience pain in your legs that wakes you up at night?  If you go to the grocery store, do you get a cramping pain in your legs that makes you stop walking, and then start again once the cramping […]

Cold Feet Could be a Symptom of More Complicated Foot Issues

Image via Wikipedia –> Got cold feet?  And you’re not standing at the altar?  I’ll leave the emotional ramifications of big decisions for another blog.  In the mean time, let’s talk about actual COLD FEET! Some people deal with cold feet, not only during the winter, but also all year long.  When your feet are […]