Achilles Tendon Rupture (Tear)

Tearing your Achilles tendon is very painful and restricts you from using it again. Click below to learn more and to watch the video on how it is ruptured.

Ankle Fractures (Broken Ankle)

Swelling, bruising, and tenderness are symptoms of an ankle fracture, also known as a broken ankle. To learn more about how to avoid an ankle fracture, follow the link below.

Ankle Fractures in Children

The most common fracture in children is a broken ankle. A twisting force or growth plates are the usual cause of a broken ankle. For more information on growth plates and treatment options for broken ankles, click the following link.

Ankle Sprain

Ankle sprains are the most common injury to athletes and non-athletes alike. To treat a sprained ankle, use the following tips.

Athletic Shoes

The running shoes you wear can affect your running form and your chances of sustaining a foot or ankle injury. Learn which type and style of shoe is right for you.

Foot and Ankle Conditioning Program

This foot and ankle conditioning program is a great way for you to rehabilitate your foot or ankle back to normal. Click the following link to learn tips and contact your doctor.

Lisfranc (Midfoot) Injury

Lisfranc injury is an injury of the middle of the foot. Most people mistake this injury for a sprain. To learn the difference between the two and how to treat a lisfranc injury, click the following link.

Sprained Ankle

Spraining your ankle is the easiest thing to do as an athlete or non-athlete. There are grades of sprains as well. Click the link to learn how to treat and determine which grade of sprain you have.

Stress Fractures of the Foot and Ankle

Gymnastics, dance, and basketball athletes have the highest risk for obtaining a stress fracture of the foot or ankle. The best medicine for a stress fracture is to rest and stay off your foot. Click the link to learn more.

Turf Toe

Turf toe occurs with the hyperextension of the big toe, often involved with a pushing off motion in football and other activities. To learn more about how to avoid this, click the following link.

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