Unlike other breaks where the bone splits right through, a stress fracture is a tiny crack in the bone.
Stress fractures are caused by repetitive force such as from overuse. Tennis players are prone to these injuries because of the stress from repeated running and jumping. Track and field athletes may suffer from stress fractures.Read More
Whether the sudden, sharp pain of an injury or the persistent ache of a chronic condition, you don’t have to live with foot pain. With today’s modern diagnostic technology and innovative treatments, we can resolve your foot pain and get you back on the road to a healthy and active lifestyle.Read More
Your feet get a workout every day with walking, working out and even just standing. And just like every other part of your body, your feet will benefit from regular stretching to ease tired muscles.Read More
You rely on your feet to take you places, stand in line, exercise, play sports and even dance. But did you know that your feet may also be an early warning system for heart disease?Read More
When you hear the word “orthotics” in advertisements or in discussions with your foot doctor, you may think of those shoe inserts that can be found in many pharmacies, discount stores and even grocery stores. But there is a world of difference between those ready-made inserts and custom-fitted orthotics that are specifically constructed to fit only your feet.Read More
The plantar fascia is a thick band of connective tissue, or ligament, that connects your heel bone to your toes. This tissue has two important jobs: it supports the arch of your foot and also acts like as a spring when you walk to help conserve energy.Read More