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The Causes and Treatments For Extensor Tendinitis

The Causes and Treatments For Extensor Tendinitis

You have extensor tendons in your hands and feet, and they help you move your fingers and toes. The tendons in your feet attach at the muscles at the front of your leg and run...

Three Causes Of Pain On The Top Of Your Foot

Three Causes Of Pain On The Top Of Your Foot

Pain at the top of your foot can range from a mild annoyance to a major discomfort, and it’s something that should be actively treated in order to prevent it from getting worse....

5 Simple Plantar Fascia Stretches

5 Simple Plantar Fascia Stretches

Plantar fasciitis is one of the more common foot conditions we help treat in our office, and it’s one of those foot ailments that tends to respond well to aggressive...

Treating Toe Injuries in Children

Treating Toe Injuries in Children

Children are active creatures, and with all that energy and lack of coordination comes a higher risk for injury. Since their feet are the main source of contact with the ground,...

Tips For Treating Extensor Tendinitis

Tips For Treating Extensor Tendinitis

Your extensor tendons lie on top of your foot just underneath your skin, and they help to control movement of your foot and toes. Like any tendon, they can be overstressed, and...

Why Gout Isn’t Always Easy To Treat

Why Gout Isn’t Always Easy To Treat

Gout is one of the more common foot conditions that we see in our office, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy to treat. Many foot conditions get better when people swhich to...

Phantom Sensations Between The Toes

Phantom Sensations Between The Toes

There are a number of foot conditions that can lead to different sensations in the foot. For some people, these conditions lead to a numbing or tingling sensation, while for...

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...

Preventing and Treating Stress Fractures Of The Foot

Preventing and Treating Stress Fractures Of The Foot

You use your feet every single day, and they are exposed to stress with every step you take. This stress and pressure is amplified every time you run, exercise or play sports,...

Foot Pain Causes and Treatments

Foot Pain Causes and Treatments

There are many sites of foot pain, but when most people talk about foot pain they are describing pain under the ball of the foot. Metatarsalgia is the medical term for pain...

Understanding Metatarsophalangeal (MTP) Joint Disorders

Understanding Metatarsophalangeal (MTP) Joint Disorders

Your metatarsal bones are the long bones that link your ankle to your toes. Between the heads of the metatarsal bones and the bottoms of the proximal phalanges (your toe bones)...

How Psoriatic Arthritis Affects Feet

How Psoriatic Arthritis Affects Feet

Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) can involve the feet, from the heels to the toes. The effects can range from minor swelling and discomfort to debilitating damage that may become...