According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, ankle pain is one of the most common orthopedic complaints. It is estimated that approximately 1 million people in the United States visit a doctor each year for this condition.
Orthotics are commonly prescribed by podiatrists or foot and ankle doctors to treat a multitude of foot and ankle issues. Prescription orthotics from a podiatrist are far superior to cookie-cutter ones founds in drugstores and supermarket pharmacies. One of the … Read More
Whether you are walking or running, the ideal biomechanics is this: when the foot hits the ground, the foot rolls inward(overpronation) and the arch flattens a bit to absorb the shock from the motion. However, due to arch disorders that … Read More
Heel spurs can be quite painful and make it difficult to perform even the simplest tasks. The good news is there are a number of at-home remedies that you can try to get relief.
In this blog post, we will … Read More
Gone are the days when you had to rely on over-the-counter orthotic shoe inserts to try to find relief from your foot and ankle problems. Store-bought orthotics are barely able to relieve your foot pain, let alone correct any underlying … Read More
You may experience pain in the big toe joint as a result of many common problems. When the bones or soft tissues of the toe are damaged, it can cause pain and swelling and may affect the structure and function … Read More