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Suite #221

Flatfoot Correction: Is it for me?

3 Things You Need to Know About Flatfoot Correction Whether a person is born with flatfoot or acquires it as an adult, this condition may lead to problems if left untreated. Certain people with flatfoot may experience much pain, and they may even become temporarily disabled. If you are dealing with the effects of flatfoot, you might […]

published at Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

 

3 Ways To Loosen Foot Muscles And Prevent Injury

The arch of your foot is made of a muscle called the plantar fascia, which extends from the heel bone to the toes. Overexerting or overstretching this muscle can cause this muscle to be tight and inflamed, causing mild to severe foot and heel pain. Tension in the feet can make walking difficult and distract […]

published at Thursday, March 12th, 2015

 

Reasons to Use a Pediatric Foot and Ankle Doctor

While you likely take your child to a pediatrician for their general health care, when concerns arise regarding their feet it is essential to work with a pediatric foot doctor. Whether referred by a friend, by their general pediatrician, or sought out on your own—the reasons below are just a few why you should seek […]

published at Monday, August 25th, 2014

 

Flat Feet: A Common Problem

Many people don’t give their feet a second thought. As long as they continue to perform their duties, the feet perform an often thankless role. But foot pain can be debilitating. One cause of foot problems is flat feet. Flat feet are sometimes seen as a problem that is completely debilitating. Or, the condition might […]

published at Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

 

Ankle Sprain

Ankle sprains are the most commonly encountered athletic injuries and the most common musculoskeletal reason for emergency room visits.  Ankle sprains occur as a result of inversion or “rolling” of the ankle.  Side to side motion of the foot occurs not through the ankle but through the subtalar joint.  When the subtalar joint, located below […]

published at Thursday, May 9th, 2013