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Plantar Fasciitis, Second Line Treatment with Dr. JP Elton
Plantar Fasciitis, First Line Treatment with Dr. JP Elton
When you live in an area with an active population, you have a tendency to see certain types of foot injuries. Here are three of the most common.
Let's talk about some of the possible causes of big toe joint pain here today. Many potential causes are easy to treat.
While ankle fractures and ankle sprains often heal well, they can lead to ankle osteoarthritis much later in life due to additional wear and tear.
If you've just completed a race, training section, or even just a long afternoon ride, you want to pay close attention to your immediate recovery.
Broken bones of any type can be painful. But a broken foot can be especially troublesome, because of the fact that the foot needs to bear weight.
The Achilles is prone to injury because of the high amount of tension that is placed upon the tendon.
Pain on top of the foot can be a drag. But fear not. In some cases, you can ease this pain without surgery.
Plantar fasciitis is common in middle-aged people. It also occurs in younger people who are on their feet a lot, like athletes or soldiers. It can happen in one foot or both feet.
In a recent NBA game, Los Angeles Lakers fans were horrified to see their point guard, Lonzo Ball, go down after twisting his ankle. It was one of those in-game injuries that makes you grimace.
What is Morton’s Neuroma? When the tissue around a nerve of one of your toes becomes thickened, it can cause a stinging, burning pain.