Podiatrists treat conditions related to the leg, inlcuding feet, ankles, and arch problems. Podiatrists are medical doctors, so they can discuss various issues with you, however their specialty is the the leg.
Podiatrists usually treat plantar fibromas.
Podiatrists diagnose and treat disorders, diseases, and injuries of the foot and lower leg such as corns, calluses, ingrown toenails, bunions, heel spurs, and arch problems; ankle and foot injuries, deformities, and infections and to treat these problems, podiatrists prescribe drugs. (Podiatrists can now perform medical and surgical procedures in all 50 states of USA)
Yes. Your doctor will prescribe it if it fits your symptoms.
The difference between a podiatrist and pediatrician are the functions and type of doctors they are. Podiatrists treat all problems connected to the feet, whereas, Pediatricians treat children from infancy to the age of eighteen. Podiatrists are not medical doctors, they are doctors of podiatry. Pediatricians, on the other hand, are medical doctors.
The treatment of gout may involve a combination of both drugs and dietary changes. For more information on the treatment of gout go to the related link (How To Treat Gout With Diet and Medication) below.
it is mostly used to treat gout
There is proof that theMexican yam has components that can be helpful in gout but you would have to eat a truck load of it. this would be poisonous. There is no proof that you can treat gout with Mexican yams.
The best way to treat gout is to go do a doctor and get prescribed medicine. If you are unable to get prescribed medicine, you should try to keep off of the area which is infected with gout.
no, actually NSAIDs themselves are used in the treatment of gout, Here in this link, different drugs used in the treatment of gout are explained.
For high uric acid.
No as a matter of fact Naproxen is used to treat pain or inflammation caused by arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, tendinitis and gout.