Non-Surgical Treatment For Heel Pain

24 May 2022
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Heel pain may be caused by several factors, including wearing the wrong footwear, heel spurs, a previous injury, or plantar fasciitis. These conditions or issues can leave you in so much pain that walking can be difficult, and resting can also leave you in pain as well. If you have pain in your heels, there are treatments that can help you. Surgery may also be a treatment that may be necessary, but the non-surgical treatments should be attempted first. Read More 

Osteoarthritis Treatment: What It Entails And Signs You Need It

19 November 2021
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Currently, osteoarthritis affects more than 32.5 million Americans. Osteoarthritis is among the major causes of disability in older adults. It is also a significant factor in the loss of independence among senior citizens. The condition commonly affects the weight-bearing joints, such as the hips and knees, but can also affect the back and hands. Osteoarthritis treatment includes physical therapy, weight loss if needed, anti-inflammatory medication, and surgery. When Should You Seek Osteoarthritis Treatment? Read More 

Faqs Before Cortisone Injections In The Plantar Fascia

24 May 2021
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If you've tried ice, rest, stretching, and a foot wrap — and yet your plantar fasciitis still makes it hard to walk — your doctor will likely recommend cortisone injections. Getting these injections is a lot easier and less invasive than surgery, and they do tend to be effective for many moderate to severe cases of plantar fasciitis. But if you have a few questions before that needle sinks into your foot, you're not alone. Read More 

Foot Pain Relief: What You Can Do

17 October 2018
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Pain in your feet can be caused by all types of things, such as wearing the wrong shoes, having an improper gait, being overweight, or from not stretching before exercising. If you have foot pain, read on for some remedies to help alleviate the pain. Rethink Your Footwear Choices The shoes you choose to wear on a daily basis may be causing you foot pain, and could also be causing you lower back pain, hip pain, or other pain as well. Read More 

How To Know If You Need To See A Podiatrist

5 April 2018
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It is very important to make sure that you are keeping up with the health of your feet and ankles. Should you have trouble, you will want to know whether it is time to seek out the professional advice of a podiatric sports medicine clinic. This way, you will get all of the help you need before your painful troubles get any worse. So, take a moment to review the following signs that indicate that it is time for you to see a foot and ankle specialist. Read More