Articles to Help Patients Overcome Painful Foot and Ankle Conditions
Well-informed is well-armed. Our library articles offer a wealth of information on a variety of foot injuries and ailments, including how to spot them and how to rid yourself of them for good. Browse our articles today to discover more about your condition.
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Do you roll your ankle chronically?Ankle Instability--Do you roll your ankle chronically?
Dealing With a Sudden or Constant Pain to the Back of Your Leg?Dealing with a sudden or constant pain to the back of your leg? You may have Achilles tendonitis. Learn how to stop the pain before it leads to a rupture.
FAQ'sFrequently Asked Questions From Our Patients
PAD QuestionnairePeripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is a serious circulatory problem in which the blood vessels that carry blood to your arms, legs, brain and kidneys, become narrowed or clogged. It affects over 8 million Americans, most over the age of 50. It may result in leg discomfort with walking, poor healing of leg sores/ulcers, difficult to control blood pressure, or symptoms of stroke. People with PAD are at significantly higher risk of stroke and heart attack.