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Ultimate heel pain solution

May 19 2017

Heel pain remains one of the top reasons a person comes in to see a podiatrist. Pain in the AM that improves slightly, or pain upon rising out a chair or out of a car is the common complaint. This can be debilitating in nature and take a person out of their game mentally and […]

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Lump on Top of Foot

May 19 2017

Lump on the top of the foot can be concerning for most as people think cancer when there is a sudden bump. Most of the time in the foot, not always, it is a ganglion cyst. I highly recommend that you do get an exam, ultrasound or even an MRI when in doubt. Ganglion cysts, […]

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FFLC Main relocating June 12, 2017

April 20 2017

Since FFLC started in 2005 we had to relocate in order to grow our capacity to serve more patients. Went from 1200sqft to 2000sqft and now to 5800sqft. Every step in growth has brought on new opportunities to help serve our patients. We would not be able to do this without the support of our […]

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Medical nail care

March 27 2017

What is medical nail care? Did you know that insurance companies will pay for a doctor to cut your nails and trim your callus if you have certain findings. Cancer, neuropathy, diabetics, on coumadin, lower back complaints where you can’t or at risk of causing significant injury to one’s self while trying to cut your […]

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Achilles tendon pain or gout?

January 30 2017

Most people would associate gout with the big toe joint pain or the ankle , knee joint redness or swelling. Some patients will present with achilles tendon insertional pain, where the achilles insert into the heel bone in the back of the heel. How to tell the difference? There are not clear cut way but […]

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Dr. Timm and Dr. Fahim updates

November 7 2016

Dr. Timm’s update, he is back home up north in upstate NY with his young family.   Both daughters are doing well and he has adjusted to the cold of upstate NY.  Wishing him well and a happy family up north. Dr. Fahim returned back to the Cleveland area to be with is family. Both […]

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When not to cut your toenails

November 1 2016

If you are on blood thinners such as coumadin aka warfarin, plavix, xarelto, eliquis, lovenox, agrenox or heparin, insurance and medicare will pay for your nails and callus’ to be cut every 9 weeks or so to prevent you from cutting your skin by accident and bleeding out resulting in infection. Patients with kidney disease, […]

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  • Ultimate heel pain solution

    Heel pain remains one of the top reasons a person comes in to see a podiatrist. Pain in the AM that .....

    • Lump on Top of Foot

      Lump on the top of the foot can be concerning for most as people think cancer when there i.....

      • FFLC Main relocating June 12, 2017

        Since FFLC started in 2005 we had to relocate in order to grow our capacity to serve more patients. .....

        • Medical nail care

          What is medical nail care? Did you know that insurance companies will pay for a doctor to cut your .....

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Kevin Lam

Naples podiatric physician and surgeon. Double Board Certified: American Board of Podiatric Surgery and American Board of Lower Extremity Surgeons.

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