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Plantar Fasciitis: What It Is, What Causes It, & Why It’s so Common in the Spring

Chances are, you or a family member has experienced plantar fasciitis at some point during your lifetime. But what...

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The Risks of Cortisone Shots for Foot Pain and Why PRP Treatment is a Better Option

Foot pain is hard to deal with and can profoundly affect your daily activities. While a cortisone shot can quickly...

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5 Reasons Your Feet Hurt So Much And What You Can Do About It

Do you know how much walking you do in a day? It's second nature, something most of us don't think twice about....

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Break Free From Foot Pain in 2023: How to Improve Foot Health

It goes without saying that without your feet, you wouldn’t be able to walk anywhere, and some daily tasks could...

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How to Prevent Foot and Ankle Injuries

Roughly 60,000-foot injuries and over 1 million ankle injuries occur every year. While many of these injuries...

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Common Foot and Ankle Conditions Treated by PRP Therapy

Your foot is a complex mechanism housing 26 bones, ligaments, and over 100 tendons that all work together to...

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Why You Should Seek Help From a Podiatrist For an Ankle Injury

A Podiatrist Can Help Treat and Prevent Future Ankle Injuries Ankle injuries are extremely common and, although...

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When to Consider Getting Bunion Surgery

Symptoms That Could Mandate Bunion Surgery and What You Need to Know It’s safe to say that anyone who has...

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The Benefits of Using PRP Treatment for Sports Injuries

The Revolutionary Way PRP Treatments Are Getting Athletes Back in the Game From athletes embracing vegan...

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Juvenile Bunion Surgery

Our Juvenile Bunion Surgery Adolescent bunions are far more common in females and are usually hereditary. Most...

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