Foot & Ankle Specialty Blog

Common Causes of Foot & Ankle Swelling

Bunions: Relieve Pain with these Easy Foot Exercises

Hammer Toes: What You Need to Know

The Importance of Being Fitted for Proper Running Shoes

Should You Go to the Doctor For a Broken Toe?

What Are the Different Kinds of Toenail Infections?

The Importance of Diabetic Foot Exams

Toe Pain - What Could It Be?

Five Weird Things That Happen to Your Feet as You Age

All About Plantar Warts

Protecting Your Feet — and the Rest of Your Body — from Snakebites

Sever's Disease Explained

Why Are My Feet Swollen?

What is a Stone Bruise?

Are Your Feet Burning? Here's What You Need to Know...

Pre- and Post-Marathon Foot Care

Dancer's Feet: Common Foot Problems and How to Prevent Them

What Is Morton's Neuroma?

Gout: Do You Know the Symptoms?

February Feet: Top 5 Tips to get Your Winter Feet Ready for Summer

Diabetes and Foot Health

Common Childhood Foot Problems

Getting a Handle on Runner's Toe

Arch Support & Arch Issues

4 Ways to Treat Plantar Fasciitis

Ankle Sprains 101

Common Causes and Treatments of Foot Stress Fractures

Pros and Cons of Bunion Surgery

Shoe Shopping Tips for Parents

What Causes Bunions?

Ingrown Toenail Causes and Treatments

The Downside of Salon Pedicures: Understand Your Risks

The Importance of Physical Therapy after an Injury

Plantar Fasciitis – Treatment Objectives

Three Common Ankle Injuries

How to Find the Perfect Running Shoe

Tips for Happy Holiday Feet

Can You Get Cancer of the Feet?

Flat Feet: What are They and Can They be Fixed?

Are Your Feet Trying to Tell You Something?

Back-to-School Shoe Shopping Tips

How to Keep Athlete’s Feet Healthy

Plantar Fasciitis – Symptoms and Risk Factors

Heel Pain: What’s the Cause?

Did You Know?

The human foot has 28 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles and numerous tendons that work together to keep you balanced and active. When there’s an injury or pain with any of them, it affects more than just your foot. Foot disorders can prevent you from performing your regular daily activities or enjoying the things you love.

75% of all Americans will experience foot problems at some point in their lifetime. This blog provides helpful information and resources regarding the most common foot problems. If you’d like more information about any of the topics, or to schedule an appointment with a foot and ankle specialist, contact us today.

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