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Avoiding Foot and Ankle Overuse Injuries While Dog Walking During a Pandemic

Avoiding Foot and Ankle Overuse Injuries While Dog Walking During a Pandemic

Like many other dog owners, my golden retriever, Beau, and I have logged more miles together in the past few months than ever before. I have always been an active person, as many of my patients are, running, hiking, going to the gym, but due to COVID-19, I have been spending much more time than usual just being home, and read more »

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New Non-Surgical Treatment for Ball of Foot Pain, Now at UFAI

New Non-Surgical Treatment for Ball of Foot Pain, Now at UFAI

Ball of Foot Pain is No Joke One of the most frequent complaints we hear from new patients is painful pressure points located on the weight-bearing surface at the ball of their forefoot. These pressure lesions can be caused by one or more of the following conditions: an abnormally positioned bone, toe deformities, or thinning of the fat pad cushioning read more »

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Let’s Talk Metatarsalgia and Capsulitis of the Second Toe

Let’s Talk Metatarsalgia and Capsulitis of the Second Toe

The hard and rigid parts of the human structure seem to get all the attention. Like skulls, rib cages, and spinal columns. But don’t get distracted by them because ligaments are the unsung heroes of our skeletal framework. Ligaments are strong resilient bands made from a very tough material called collagen. Ligaments attach bones to bones (as differentiated from tendons, read more »

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9 Tips to Help Find the Best Podiatrist for Your Foot Care

9 Tips to Help Find the Best Podiatrist for Your Foot Care

Nobody plans to become a podiatric patient. Nevertheless, most readers of this material are likely to achieve that status. That’s because, at some point during their lifetime, 75% of the US population will experience a significant foot health problem. And a podiatric physician is by far the best resource for resolution of significant foot problems. What’s a podiatrist? A podiatrist read more »

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To surgically fix or not to fix a Jones Fracture. That is the question!

To surgically fix or not to fix a Jones Fracture. That is the question!

What is a Jones Fracture? The fifth metatarsal is a bone on the outside portion of your foot that has a natural bony protuberance called the styloid process. The styloid process is important area where soft tissues attach, like the peroneus brevis tendon and the lateral band of the plantar fascia. There are multiple types of fifth metatarsal fractures that can read more »

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