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Get Ready for Running: Tips to Avoid Foot & Ankle Injuries this Spring

Spring is here and thousands of runners of various skill levels will return to pounding the pavement. Unfortunately, a rather sizable subpopulation of these folks will find themselves in my office with Achilles and/or other heel injuries such as plantar fasciitis.

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Rehabilitation for Achilles Tendon Rupture

An Achilles tendon rupture is a very painful injury that typically occurs suddenly without any accompanying symptoms. This injury is usually treated with rehabilitation and/or physical therapy. These treatment methods reduce the pain associated with the injury, help strengthen the surrounding muscles, and help the tendon heal.

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How Long is the Recovery Period After Ankle Surgery?

An ankle fracture is one of the most common injuries, as twisting, rolling, or bending it can cause the bone to break. People constantly use their ankles to walk, jump, or run, and one wrong move is all it takes to push the joint too far. Ankle fractures typically happen because of falls, car accidents, or twisting of the ankle. The ankle joint is made up of the tibia (shin) and fibula (outer leg). There are two malleoli (bone ends) on the tibia and one on the fibula. When an ankle is fractured, the malleoli are broken. One, two, or all three malleoli can be broken.

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Non-Operative Methods for Ankle Injuries

When you’re suffering from an ankle injury, you know how difficult it can be to perform the simplest task. It’s crucial to seek help at the first signs of injury so you can get back to living your life. However, it’s understandable and very common to be nervous about complicated treatment methods. Fortunately, most ankle injuries can be treated with non-surgical techniques, so you don’t have to worry about invasive procedures.

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Three Signs it’s Time to Consult a Foot and Ankle Specialist

Dealing with foot and ankle pain can be unbearable, so it’s best to seek treatment at the first sign of discomfort. However, patients sometimes mistakenly think that their problem is not severe enough for a foot and ankle specialist.

A foot and ankle specialist will be able to effectively diagnose and treat your injury, disorder, or condition in order to relieve your pain and allow you to begin living your life again.

If you’re experiencing any of the following issues, it’s time to contact a foot and ankle specialist.

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Understanding Ankle Surgery

The ankle is a very sensitive joint in the body and is easily injured. Non-surgical treatment methods could be effective in treating mild injuries, but when an ankle injury is severe, such as with a ligament tear or a fracture, surgery may be necessary.

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Non Operative Methods for Foot Injuries

When dealing with a painful foot injury or disorder, it can be incredibly difficult to perform even the simplest task, so it’s crucial to find relief as soon as possible. It’s best to explore non-surgical and non-invasive methods first. Non-surgical and non-invasive treatment methods are the easiest ways to treat your injuries.

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Surgical Options for Severe Gout

If you’re suffering from severe gout, you understand how painful and frustrating it can be. Treatment methods may not be working on your gout any longer, or maybe they never worked. Fortunately, there are surgical procedures that can take care of this condition and have you feeling better soon.

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Exercising after Foot Surgery

Foot surgery can cause you to miss your usual workouts for weeks or even months. You rely heavily on your feet to walk, get you from place to place, and complete your everyday activities, so recovery can be difficult. Luckily, there are some great exercises that you can do to stay fit and strengthen your foot after surgery.

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When Do You Need Foot Surgery?

If you’re dealing with a painful foot injury, deformity, or disease, you may beconsidering foot surgery to relieve the pain in order to live a normal, healthy lifestyle. However, you may not be sure that surgery is necessary. Keep reading to learn about the situations that typically indicate when foot surgery is necessary.

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