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Ankle Pain

The ankle joint is the point at which the bones of the leg and foot join. This joint is crucial because it is responsible for the foot’s mobility. Ankle pain is typically the result of inflammat... read more..

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Exercises for Stiff Ankles

If your ankles feel stiff or sore, stretching them may help relieve some of your pain and discomfort. There are a variety of simple ankle stretches that you can try at home. Ankle circles are an easy ... read more..

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Are You Suffering From Ingrown Toenails?

If left untreated, an ingrown toenail can lead to more serious concerns, such as an infection. Knowing proper nail care can help in the prevention of an ingrown toenail. Give us a call, and get tr read more..

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How to Treat Heel Spurs

Heel spurs are calcium deposits that cause bone protrusions on the heel bone. Heel spurs are usually associated with plantar fasciitis, which occurs when the plantar fasciitis in the foot becomes infl... read more..

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How Do Heel Spurs Form?

Heel spurs are bony protrusions that form on the heel bone due to calcium deposits.  These deposits tend to form over time and may be a result of a ligament that is connected to the heel bone bei... read more..

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How to Deal with Athlete's Foot

Athlete’s foot is a type of fungal infection that affects the skin on the feet. It is caused when the tinea fungus grows on the foot. It is possible to catch the fungus through direct contact wi... read more..

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Good Foot Hygiene to Help Prevent Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s foot can occur when fungi, namely dermatophytes, causes an infection in the skin of the foot. Athlete’s foot, or tinea pedis, is a persistent skin ailment with symptoms such read more..

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Sesamoiditis

Sesamoiditis is a condition in which the sesamoid bones in the forefoot become inflamed from physical activity. Sesamoid bones are bones that are not connected to other bones but are located in tendon... read more..

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Diagnosing and Treating Sesamoiditis

Sesamoids are tiny bones that are situated in a muscle or connected to tendons. There are two tiny sesamoids in the front of the foot that provide mobility to the big toe and aid the tendons. Sesamoid... read more..

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Dealing with Stress Fractures of the Foot and Ankle

Stress fractures are small breaks in the bone that are caused by repetitive stress. They typically occur due to overuse, forcing the bones of the foot or ankle to continually absorb the full impact read more..

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Risk Factors for Metatarsal Stress Fractures

A metatarsal stress fracture is a tiny crack in one of the five metatarsal bones of the foot, which can potentially cause pain, bruising, and swelling. This can occur due to high impact, weight b... read more..

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