What Makes or Breaks Your Ankle
- posted: Jan. 03, 2018
Podiatrists everywhere deal with ankles and feet every day. They treat blisters, corns, bunions, spurs, arthritis, diabetic feet and many other conditions of the feet and the ankles. At Dr.
Types of Falls
- posted: Dec. 06, 2017
Getting hurt at work is never an enjoyable circumstance. Sometimes an injury can be minor and other times it can be very severe. One of the most common type of
Caring for Working Feet
As an avid worker you are on your feet all the time. Even the most sedentary jobs require that we use our feet to get around in the interim. The
What is a Sports Injury?
- posted: Nov. 01, 2017
A sports injury can be perceived as broad term and encompass many different ailments. Sports injuries are most commonly found in athletes but they can also affect people who go
New Tech for Socks
- posted: Oct. 25, 2017
As technology and modern medicine grow and develop, so do the products on the market. Believe it or not, socks have come a long way over time due to technological
Freeze the Pain Away
- posted: Oct. 19, 2017
Living with chronic pain in your feet can be detrimental to your health and quality of daily life. After all, we use our feet constantly throughout our day. We use
What are Sesamoids?
- posted: Sep. 20, 2017
Sesamoids are bones that are embedded in a tendon. They are found in different areas of the body, including your foot. Specifically, there are two pea shaped bones located in
When your child is born into the world, everything seems so surreal. The doctors usually check them out to make sure they are healthy not long after they are born.
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