Greensboro Podiatry Associates, P.A. is one of the 1st founded podiatric medical practices in the Triad area. The courteous team is always willing to aid serve your requirements and address any questions or concerns. Dr. Martha J. Ajlouny supplies complete medical and surgical care of the ankle and foot to kids, adults and seniors.


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  City Siler City , NC
  Zip Code 27344
  Address 806 West Fourth Strt
  Phone Number (919) 742-2630

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Lets give a shout out to some awesome doctors we have here at Greensboro Podiatry Associate Dr. Ajlouny & Dr. Jah!
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Come tackle that New Years Resolution and have those bunions taken care of! Call today and schedule you appointment! 336-299-0271
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What Is a Ganglion Cyst? A ganglion cyst is a sac filled with a jellylike fluid that originates from a tendon sheath or joint capsule. The word “ganglion” means “knot” and is used to describe the knot-like mass or lump that forms below the surface
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Achilles Tendon: Is a tendon is a band of tissue that connects a muscle to a bone. The Achilles tendon runs down the back of the lower leg and connects the calf muscle to the heel bone. Also called the “heel cord,” the Achilles tendon facilitates
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What Is an Ingrown Toenail? When a toenail is ingrown, it is curved and grows into the skin, usually at the nail borders (the sides of the nail). This “digging in” of the nail irritates the skin, often creating pain, redness, swelling, and warmth
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There are many potential causes of "cracked heels." Dry skin (xerosis) is common and can get worse with wearing open-back shoes, increased weight, or increased friction from the back of shoes. Dry cracking skin can also be a subtle sign of more significant
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"Foot drop” refers to the inability to lift the front part of one’s foot off the ground when walking, resulting in a scuffing or dragging of the foot or lifting the thigh. It is most often caused by nerve or muscle disorders or damage, or by a central
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