Our Articles Are a Florida Patient’s Guide to Overcoming Common Foot and Ankle Issues

Staying informed about your condition will not only help you treat it, but can prevent it from coming back. Our library provides a wealth of information about diabetic foot care, bunions, heel pain, toenail ailments, and more. Search through our articles to find out more about your condition.

We also offer a free monthly newsletter that shares helpful information about foot health and overall wellbeing! There's also tons of helpful information from the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeon's monthly Footnotes newsletter.

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  • May Newsletter 2019 Our May 2019 Newsletter is packed with great information, and you won’t want to miss out!
  • April Newsletter 2019 Dr. Pascarella and his team have some great information for you this month.
  • March Newsletter 2019 You’ve requested it and now we’re delivering—here’s the March 2019 Newsletter from your trusted doctors at Foot & Ankle Associates of Florida!
  • February Newsletter 2019 Don’t let foot pain crash your Valentine’s date this year! Let us help you break up with this nagging problem today.
  • January Newsletter 2019 Check out our January newsletter for tips to start the year on the right foot!
  • December Newsletter 2018 When are cold feet not just about nerves? Need some gift ideas for the holidays? Check out our December 2018 newsletter!
  • November Newsletter 2018 For Diabetes Awareness Month, we share tips on keeping diabetes from ruining your feet, dealing with dry, cracked heels, and even share a stuffing recipe!
  • October Newsletter 2018 Our monthly newsletter covers helpful info on stress fractures, how you can make your home a safe space for feet, and a great recipe for squash soup!
  • September Newsletter 2018 Wondering what to do about nerve pain in your feet? We answer this and more commonly asked questions in our September 2018 newsletter!