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  • Low Ankle Sprain
    Ankle sprains are the most common reason for missed athletic participation as well as the most common injury for dancers. Ankle sprains are caused by an inversion injury at the Read more
  • Cysts on the Top and Sides of Your Feet
    Soft tissue masses to the top or side of your foot or ankle is a common concern for patients that visit our practice.   These lumps usually start off small and Read more
  • New Treatment Option for Heel Pain
    Heel pain is one of the most common reasons why people see us.  This pain is usually due to plantar fasciitis which is inflammation of a thick band of tissue Read more
  • Calluses on the Bottom of Your Feet
    There are several possible causes for having calluses, or hard lumps of skin on the bottom of your feet. One cause may be a plantar wart.  This is a virus Read more
  • Sesamoid Injuries
    Everything You Need to Know About Sesamoid Injuries   Think you have a sesamoid injury? Sesamoids are bones embedded in tendons. Sesamoid injuries are often associated with activities requiring increased pressure on Read more
  • Do You Have Dry, Cracked Heels?
    Having dry, cracked heels is a very common problem that we see in the office.  Some of the more common causes include walking barefoot, wearing shoes that cause friction to Read more
  • Adult Acquired Flatfoot Deformity
    Have you noticed your feet getting flatter? Are you having arch pain? If so you might have a condition call Adult Acquired Flatfeet or Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction. The medial Read more
  • Calcaneal Apophysitis - Heel Pain in Young Athlete's
    Calcaneal apophysitis or Sever’s Disease is a painful bone condition due to inflammation of the growth plate in the calcaneaus (heel). It is caused by repetitive micro-trauma due to the Read more
  • Diabetes and Foot Wounds
    Diabetic foot wounds can be a very serious issue.  This is because diabetes can affect the eyes, nerves and circulation to your feet.  Diabetics might not know they have a Read more
  • Claw Toes and Mallet Toes
    Understanding Claw and Mallet Toes   Think you may have mallet or claw toes? Mallet and claw toes form over years and are common in adults. Mallet and claw toes are among Read more
  • Cartiva® Synthetic Cartilage Implant
    Hallux limitus/rigidus or arthritis of the big toe joint is a common condition which involves the wearing down of cartilage in the big toe joint. For many with this condition they Read more
  • Ingrown Toenails: Causes and Treatments
    Your big toe has become so sore that you can hardly walk on it. It's red and puffy, and the nail appears to be digging into the skin. These common Read more
  • Hammered and Curly Toes
    Hammertoes are a deformity of the toes due to a contracture at one or more joints in the toe itself.  The hammertoe usually results from unbalanced tendons that attach to Read more
  • Thick, Abnormal Toenails Without Fungus
    If you have thick, discolored, brittle, unsightly nails it might not mean you have a nail fungus.  The abnormal appearance of your nails could also be from damage to the nail Read more
  • Arthritis in the Big Toe Joint
    Hallux limitus/rigidus or great toe joint arthritis is arthritis of the 1st metatarsal-phalangeal joint. This condition can be caused either by direct trauma such as a old fracture or by “wear Read more
  • Pain at the Ball of the Foot
    Are you experiencing pain at the ball of one or both of your feet?  You might not know but there are several possible causes for that pain.  The purpose of Read more

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