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Most Common Foot Injuries for Athletes

Being an athlete, there are many injuries you might encounter throughout your career regardless of the sport. From extended periods of running to short bursts of acceleration accompanied by quick cutting, foot and ankle injuries for athletes can take make forms. It is always best to be prepared and know what the most common foot […]

published at Monday, August 6th, 2018


Taking Care Of Your Ankles – Prevention and Symptoms

Ankle injuries are the most common injuries in not just athletes but really anyone. The twist of an ankle or sprain are what we see most, but the worst is an ankle break. An Achilles tendon rupture is one that will also cause a lot of pain in the lower leg and ankle. This is why […]

published at Friday, October 28th, 2016


Runner’s Knee

As the Arizona weather starts to turn cooler, we see more and more early morning and late night runners. With any physical activity, there also comes injury. One most commonly found in runners- usually those who push themselves farther than their body is ready, is runner’s knee.   The stress of running causes irritation where […]

published at Wednesday, August 31st, 2016


Avoiding Foot and Ankle Cycling Injuries

Avoiding Foot and Ankle Cycling Injuries Cycling is a great cardiovascular workout for all ages. You can go cycling on your own or with a group. You can also enjoy cycling indoors or in the great outdoors. Either way, you will find that cycling is more enjoyable than spending time on an elliptical machine or […]

published at Wednesday, July 13th, 2016


4 Myths About Sprained Ankles

Dr. John Cory, orthopedic ankle and foot surgeon in Phoenix, dispels these common myths and misconceptions about ankle sprains Sprained ankles are so common that many people believe it is ok to treat the sprain at home. Whether one of your kids sprained their ankle while out and about, or you sprained your ankle while […]

published at Tuesday, January 12th, 2016