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  • Keeping Your Feet Healthy in Cold Weather
    Cold injuries of the toes and feet usually occur in winter when the cold temperature combines with slightly moist skin to create injury. Cold weather injuries may consist of Frostbite Read more
  • Jones Fracture FAQs
    Fifteen years ago while I was visiting my parents in Wales, my mother slipped and fell down a few stairs twisting her foot. She was in a terrific amount of Read more
  • Could I Be a Candidate for Total Ankle Replacement?
    You may have read Dr. Coker’s blog in October regarding post-traumatic arthritis and noticed she mentioned the idea that joints can be fused or sometimes replaced. You may even have Read more
  • Is Pain and Stiffness Normal After an Injury?
    Many of you may have suffered a broken ankle, ankle sprain or jammed your big toe in the past but are still suffering from constant aches and pains that often Read more
  • My Heel Pain Will Not Go Away! Now What?
    My heel pain will not go away and I have tried it all …Now What? Generally speaking there needs to be 6 months of non-operative measures that have failed before surgery Read more
  • Ganglion Cysts - What You Need to Know
    My foot doctor says that the lump on my foot is a ganglion cyst.  Where does it come from? A ganglion cyst is a benign tumor or “lump” that commonly occurs Read more
  • Podiatric Care Study Suggests Prevention Pays
    An interesting and informative read brought to us by a podiatrist with the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) concerning podiatrists and prevenatitive diabetic care. Published on APMA.org. June 24th, 2013: An APMA Read more
  • Sever's Disease, What Is It?
    As the sun is shining and kids are finishing with school, children will begin their summer activities which will see kids out on the fields running and exercising. This provides Read more
  • Cycling and Your Feet
    May is National Bike Month and there are many ways you can become involved. The city of Indianapolis has just recently completed the Cultural Trail. In addition Friday May 17th is Read more
  • What Do You Do for a Stiff and Painful Big Toe Joint?
    The big toe joint (1st Metatarsophalangeal joint) is very important in the gait cycle. The great toe is able to stabilize the arch in midstance and 'toe off' and this Read more
  • The Positive Effects of Customized Foot Insoles
    A recent article published in the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association reveals a study in which 51 patients were evaluated.  All of the patients had medial knee osteoarthritis.  Read more
  • An Unstable Foundation
    Much of my after school hours and summers of my high school and undergraduate years were spent working construction for my father’s company. Specifically, I worked in concrete construction pouring Read more
  • Peroneal Tendonitis
    By now you have committed to your New Year's Resolution Dr. House had blogged about earlier this year and if you were not exercising regularly and have started a new Read more
  • High Ankle Sprains
    While lateral ankle sprains are the most common athletic injury occurring in sports, high ankle sprains have been responsible for more lost time from game play and training activities. Unfortunately, Read more
  • New Year, New You!
    Happy New Year Friends of Podiatry Associates! Ringing in the new year often brings on fresh starts in the form of a new year's resolution, such as cleaning out the closet, Read more
  • What is Neuropathy?
    My doctor says I have neuropathy - what is “neuropathy?” "Neuro" refers to nerve and “–pathy “ refers to disease. On the simplest level, neuropathy is a “disease of nerves”. Neuropathy Read more

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