STEP BY STEP

You take about 15,000 steps in one day, sometimes more! Throughout your lifetime you will walk about 75,000 miles. These miles that you walk should leave you with feet that are comfortable and healthy, not painful and aching. However, the simple fact is that, for most of us, at some point, our feet will need extra help to walk all those miles without becoming painful or even injured. There are many reasons for this uncomfortable pain: heredity, activity levels, our weight, other diseases or conditions, or even injuries. No matter what the cause, our goal is to treat the condition and alleviate the pain. 

Call 817-481-4000 to make an appointment for either our Grapevine or Keller offices and see how we can alleviate the pain. 

Dedicated to your health, 
Richard A. Nichols, DPM 
Alliance Foot & Ankle Specialists 

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