Fracture Care of the foot and ankle is of the utmost importance to maintaining long-term foot function and stability.
Plantar fasciitis is a foot condition that can put a damper on your ability to participate in such events as it affects the plantar fascia, which is made of collagen and joins the heel to the toes.
Orthotripsy is a form of shockwave therapy for the feet that’s both very real in its nature and positive effects.
Congenital Foot Deformities are deformities that babies are born with and can include flat feet, high arches or tight Achilles tendons.
Flat feet are also known as “fallen arches” since feet with this condition have low or a complete lack of arches, which makes them press against the ground almost completely.
Identifying potential dangerous workplace hazards can be helpful in preventing unnecessary foot injuries
Those who have diabetes should regularly inspect their feet by checking the tops, edges, soles, heels, and toes for cuts or discolored skin.
Bunions are bony bumps that develop at the bottom of the big toe and can be treated by a variety of methods in order to prevent pain and mobility issues.
Arthritic pain in the feet and ankles can substantially inhibit mobility for normal tasks such as walking or running, but with proper treatment, it's symptoms can be lessened.
Benign and malignant tumors of the foot’s skin, muscles or bones can feel like lumps to the touch and need to be properly diagnosed and treated.