Midfoot arthritis is joint inflammation that impacts the middle of the foot. It can cause stiffness and pain. For some, it may cause difficulty walking.
Imagine having the ability to improve your body’s recovery time from an injury, be it a chronic case of tendinopathy (any tendon condition that causes pain and swelling) or post-surgery inflammation. With platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, it’s possible.
Juvenile macular degeneration (JMD) refers to a group of inherited eye disorders that occur in children and young adults. These conditions affect the macula of the eye, which is responsible for central vision.
Perceived by patients to cause the same extent of impairment as congestive heart failure and end-stage kidney disease, ankle arthritis affects about 1% of the United States population and mostly occurs from post-traumatic ankle injuries.
According to a new study published in Foot & Ankle International (FAI), patients suffering from large Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus (OLTs) reported pain relief and improved function following structural allograft transplantation, a surgical treatment that takes fresh bone from a cadaveric donor and implants it in the patient's ankle joint.
Total ankle arthroplasty has advanced significantly during the last decade and continues to progress as our understanding of ankle kinematics improves.
Mueller-Weiss syndrome is a rare condition that causes severe arch pain on the inside of your mid- and hindfoot. It’s mostly found in people ages 40-60, and it’s much more common in women.
Successful rehabilitation after Achilles tendon repair should focus on strengthening the tendon and surrounding muscles, rather than range of motion, to avoid tendon elongation and functional impairment, according to a presenter.
Osteoarthritis is a chronic, degenerative, joint disease. It’s the most common form of arthritis.
Bunions don't typically pop up on your feet overnight. So if you notice one is starting to form — or want to take steps to steer clear completely — what should you do?