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  • Ankle Sprains may have Lifelong Effects
    Several new studies in both people and animals have revealed that a single sprained ankle may have lingering, lifelong negative effects on how well and often one may move. In Read more
  • Heel Spurs kept Donald Trump out of the Draft
    Presidential candidate Donald Trump recently disclosed the reason behind his lack of a real military record and his absence during the Vietnam war. During an interview with Michael D'Antonio for Read more
  • Cryotherapy treatment goes beyond Warts
    In the past, plantar wart removal involved freezing the wart by dabbing it with liquid nitrogen with a medical-grade Q-Tip. New developments in cold therapy now include the popular cryotherapy, Read more
  • Broken Toe affects Jessica Aguilar
    Heralded to be one of the top strawweight women’s fighters in the world, Jessica Aguilar was set to have her debut match against Claudia Gadelha for number one contender. Nearly Read more
  • Fall Prevention for the Elderly involves Strength Exercises
    Frail seniors often have the unfortunate tendency to fall on their feet due to a variety of reasons. Older age comes with the dimming of vision, loss of depth perception, Read more
  • New Flip-Flops Line molds to fit Feet
     Foot Flops is a Jackson Hole, Wyoming-based line of flip-flops that are heat-molded to the wearer’s feet to create the most precise arch support. The sandals are made of a Read more
  • Treating Toenail Fungus
    While toenail fungus is known for being one of the more difficult conditions to clear up, anyone suffering from the condition can take several measures to ensure that the fungus Read more
  • Reflexology is an Alternative for Foot Therapy
    When it comes to foot therapy, many patients will turn to typical methods such as physical therapy to get themselves back on their feet. One alternative called reflexology, however, is Read more
  • New Device can make Hammertoe Recovery Easier
    A new procedure is making hammertoe recovery much easier for patients. Traditionally, healing hammertoe, a condition in which one or more of the toes are bent downward and frozen in Read more
  • Ankle Exercises keep Ankles Strong
    Many doctors, coaches, and athletes acknowledge that of all the joints in the body, the ankle is the most injured in sports. Strengthening ankle exercises, however, can greatly reduce chances Read more
  • Finding the Right Workout Shoe
    Jeremy Kneebusch, a personal trainer at Tri-City Wellness Center, believes that finding the right workout shoe goes beyond color, style, or a shoe’s brand name. Shoe type is one important Read more
  • Several Methods to treat Blisters
    Warmer weather is usually indicative of bare feet and sandals. After a harsh winter, however, feet are often left chafed and blistered. There are several ways to treat blisters. To Read more
  • Older Adults with Gout are at Risk
     New research shows that older adults with gout are more likely to have lower extremity dysfunction when compared to those without gout. The study, published in Arthritis Care & Research, Read more
  • Periscope Application lets Physicians Stream Surgeries Live
    Dr. Timothy Miller, an orthopedic surgeon at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, is one of a number of physicians who are implanting Periscope, a live video-streaming app that Read more
  • Be Wary of Flip-Flop related Injuries
    Summertime is reputably the season in which podiatrists have an influx of patients in their offices with flip-flop related injuries. Flip-flops often cause accidents and injuries due to their lack Read more
  • Peter Allton releases Book for Diabetics
    UK author and podiatrist Peter Allton recently launched his book Undefeeted by Diabetes: a Step-by-Step Guide to Keep your Feet Healthy for Life. Almost every twenty seconds someone in the Read more

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