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  • Physical Therapy for Foot Drop

    If you have an injury or illness that results in impaired function of the muscle in the front of your shin, then you may suffer from foot drop. Foot drop occurs when the anterior tibialis muscle that helps lift your foot up does not function properly.

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  • Protect Your Feet and Ankles from Winter Weather

    The winter months bring snow, ice, and increased foot and ankle injuries, according to foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons. As we plan for the next couple months of winter weather, the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS) offers guidance to protect your feet and ankles.

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  • Foot massage techniques and benefits

    At the end of a long day, many people enjoy giving or receiving a foot massage. Foot massage can aid relaxation and may relieve muscle aches.

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  • What’s Causing My Feet to Cramp at Night, and How Can I Get Relief?

    A foot cramp can strike out of nowhere, waking you from a sound sleep. You may suddenly feel the muscles tighten or knot up for anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes at a time.

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  • How to Treat and Prevent Bone Spurs on Your Feet

    A bone spur is a growth of extra bone. It typically develops where two or more bones meet. These bony projections form as the body tries to repair itself. Bone spurs can feel like a hard lump or bump underneath the skin.

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  • Health Tip: Understanding Orthotic Inserts

    Custom orthotics are specially made devices designed to support and comfort the feet, ankles and legs.

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  • Overview of Achilles Tendinosis

    Achilles tendinosis is a common problem of the Achilles tendon. Unfortunately, many patients and doctors alike confuse the term Achilles tendonitis with Achilles tendinosis. Achilles tendinosis is a chronic problem that is characterized by microscopic tears of the Achilles tendon.

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  • Foot and Ankle Injuries in Football

    Whether you’re a professional football player gearing up to win the championship title this Sunday, or just a fan planning a pick-up game during halftime, you should be aware of common foot and ankle injuries seen in football.

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  • Three weeks in a cast may be just as good as six for healing ankle fractures

    Wearing a cast or ankle support for three weeks may be no worse than the usual six weeks for healing ankle fractures, suggest the findings of a randomized controlled trial.

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  • Exercise injury prevention: Protecting your ankles

    Guarding against injury means increasing both flexibility and strength. Target the muscles that support your ankles to protect your joints by strength-training two or three times a week on alternating days and always after you've warmed up.

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