Heel Pain

Painful heels and arches when you first get out of bed or after sitting for periods of time can be a symptom of Heel Bursitis, Plantar Fasciitis or Heel Spurs.

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Diabetes and Your Feet

Foot care for diabetics is of the utmost importance. When a person has diabetes healing can take longer and there is an increase risk of infections and complications.

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Sports Related Injuries

The foot and ankle work together to provide support and mobility. Active people and athletes are at risk of sustaining foot or ankle injuries or developing an ongoing condition. Injuries to the foot and ankle while being active are common.

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Doctors recommend that we keep moving to keep healthy. Foot and ankle pain can alter our lifestyle, keeping us from doing our normal activities and staying fit. AARP recently reported that one in four Americans 45 and older experience foot pain. In fact, foot pain often triggers an event that leads to musculoskeletal problems like knee, hip and back pain. In older people these problems can lead to falls which cause loss of mobility or worse.

People of all ages who participate in sports activities or have an active lifestyle may develop foot conditions such as Plantar Fasciitis, Tendonitis, Heel Spur Syndrome, Ankle sprains and more. Shoe gear is another contributing factor. Improper shoe style and fit may lead to many painful foot conditions.

Most foot and ankle problems can be treated conservatively.


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