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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

 

Exercises you Can Perform with an Achilles Tendon Rupture

Keeping an Exercise Routine with an Achilles Tendon Rupture An Achilles tendon rupture is a debilitating injury that affects the back of your lower leg. Surgery is often the best option to repair an Achilles tendon rupture. After this surgery you may be limited to laying down and keeping the injured foot elevated to properly […]

published at Thursday, August 13th, 2015

 

How Orthotics Can Help Runners Prevent Injuries

Preventing Running Injuries With Orthotics If you’re serious about long-distance running, you should also be serious about orthopedics as a measure of injury prevention. Even with perfect running form and the best running shoes on the market, an intensive training regimen will take a toll on your body and can lead to permanent damage. Here […]

published at Tuesday, July 14th, 2015

 

2 Common Arizona Foot and Ankle Injuries

According to Medline Plus, the most common ankle problems are sprains and fractures. When you sprain your ankle, you injure one of the ligaments that connects bone to bones. However, you might also damage the tendons, which connect muscles to bones. Your foot contains more than one-quarter of the bones in your body. An ankle stress fracture in […]

published at Monday, May 18th, 2015