The Relief Institute

The Relief Institute is an advocate for top physicians and patients like you. Our purpose is to bring the best matches together for a healthy outcome.

We aim to ensure that you have access to the best foot and ankle practitioners in your area. To achieve this, we first find doctors in your area who are capable of both conducting a thorough evaluation and providing you with any necessary treatment. We then go the extra mile, certifying doctors who truly stand out from the mix with high ratings, excellent experience, better treatment, and a convincing record of care. And finally, we ask patients to rate their experience. You can feel confident that you’re in good hands when you see what others think, and you can also provide invaluable feedback to help others like you make informed decisions about their own health and treatment.

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Treating Ganglion Cysts Of The Foot

Treating Ganglion Cysts Of The Foot

Ganglion cysts are small fluid-filled masses that can develop on your foot. They are typically caused by weakness in the lining of a joint or tendon sheath. This weakness allows...

5 Reasons Why Foot Or Ankle Fusion Recovery Is Delayed

5 Reasons Why Foot Or Ankle Fusion Recovery Is Delayed

The fusion of multiple bones in the foot or ankle is a complex surgery, and healing takes some time after the last suture is stitched. For most individuals, fusion healing takes...

Things You Should Know About A Painful Pinky Toe

Things You Should Know About A Painful Pinky Toe

Although it’s the littlest of your five toes, your pinky toe can become quite painful if something goes wrong in the area. Since it’s the toe furthest on the outside of your...

Why Is My Toe Blue?

Why Is My Toe Blue?

Does one or more of your toes have a bluish hue to it? This may not be all that concerning if you’re dealing with blue and purple discoloration a few days after stubbing your...

Why Are My Ankles Turned Inward?

Why Are My Ankles Turned Inward?

Our feet, like the rest of our body, can slowly wear down as we get older. Due to repetitive motion, years of gradual stress and gait imbalances that are reinforced with every...

What Does A Torn Plantar Fascia Feel Like?

What Does A Torn Plantar Fascia Feel Like?

Your plantar fascia is comprised of a thick band of tissue at the bottom of your foot that extends from your heel to your toes. Its presence helps to provide stability and...

PRP Injections Not Effective For Achilles Tendonitis

PRP Injections Not Effective For Achilles Tendonitis

Platlet-rich plasma (PRP) injections have been touted as an effective treatment for a number of different types of soft tissue injuries. When it comes to Achilles tendon...

How To Heat-Proof Your Summer Workout

How To Heat-Proof Your Summer Workout

Treadmill fatigue is real. That's why at the first hints of spring many indoor exercisers are outside faster than you can say manual or hills program. But when summer hits, some...

Treating Talar Neck Fractures In The Foot

Treating Talar Neck Fractures In The Foot

The talus is one of the most important bones that makes up the ankle joint, as is helps connect the leg and foot. It’s also a rather unique bone in that over half of it is...

What Is OCD of the Ankle?

What Is OCD of the Ankle?

When you hear the initials OCD, you probably assume we’re talking about obsessive compulsive disorder, but there’s another OCD that affects your ankles and feet. We’re talking...

How To Recover From A Broken Foot

How To Recover From A Broken Foot

There are 26 bones in your foot, and any of them can fracture and leave you hobbled. And while each fracture will be unique to the individual, the course of treatment for a...

Why Are My Ankles Snapping Or Clicking?

Why Are My Ankles Snapping Or Clicking?

Have you ever taken a step or stood up after being seated and heard your ankle snap or click? The sensation may not be painful, but it might feel a little odd or make you feel...