PinPointe™ Footlaser™: A 21st Century Remedy for an Ages-Old Problem

The PinPointe™ Footlaser™ is the first fully FDA-cleared laser for the treatment of toenail fungus. While there are other treatment options available to those suffering from toenail fungus, there are solid reasons for choosing PinPointe™ Footlaser™ treatment. PinPointe™ Footlaser™ treatment… is … [Read more...]

Pedicures, Nail Infections, and Nail Injuries… Oh My!

At Jacksonville Foot and Laser, Dr. Burmeister and his staff routinely deal with nail infections and nail injuries. In many cases, the infection can be due to a visit to a nail salon. What would otherwise be a relaxing treat sometimes becomes a nightmare. You can avoid infections and injuries by … [Read more...]

Walking or Running – How to Keep Your Feet Happy

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Interestingly, the current American Heart Association/American College of Sports Medicine standards call for able-bodied adults to do moderate-intensity exercise (such as brisk walking) for at least 30 minutes on five days each week or intense aerobic exercise (such as running) for at least 20 … [Read more...]

What is the PinPointe™ Footlaser?

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PinPointe™ FootLaser is an FDA approved product and alternative procedure for those patients suffering from Onychomycosis (nail fungus). It offers an easy and convenient procedure that helps turn discolored and disfigured nails into clearer, healthier looking nails. PinPointe™ FootLaser treats nail … [Read more...]

Dr. Jeffrey L. Burmeister at Jacksonville Foot & Laser Celebrates 25 Year!

Jacksonville, FL – January 27, 2014 – To celebrate 25 years in business, Dr. Jeffrey Burmeister at Jacksonville Foot & Laser invites you to schedule an appointment at 2762 Dunn Avenues, Jacksonville, FL 32218 for all of your foot care needs!  When it comes to the newest advancements in … [Read more...]

Foot Care Tips for Winter Weather

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We don’t have to be three feet deep in snow in order for us to feel cold in the winter!  In Northeast Florida, our winters are often thought to be characterized by “penetrating” cold temperatures.  Cold and damp weather conditions can literally get under our skin…especially the skin on our feet!   … [Read more...]