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  • Barefoot Running Helps Marathon Runner Reach the Finish Line
    Shelly Noland will run her 14th marathon, and third Grandma’s marathon, with her new shoes that mimic barefoot running. For the ninth time she will be wearing Vibram’s FiveFingers. According to Read more
  • Athlete’s Foot - The Sole Story
    Good news for those suffering from athlete’s foot! A leading athlete’s foot treatment from Mexico that has been tested and proven effective is now coming to US markets and will Read more
  • Olympian Considered for Shockwave Therapy
    26-year-old Olympian, Crista Cullen, recently began training for the London 2012 Olympics. After suffering from a severe case of plantar fasciitis, the Basingstoke medics considered extracorporeal shockwave therapy. Cullen believes Read more
  • Ram’s QB Sam Bradford Ankle Injury
    St. Louis Ram’s quarterback Sam Bradford is still nursing an ankle injury he suffered back in October of 2011. Despite his ankle injury, Bradford’s performance in the Ram’s OTAs this Read more
  • Would the NY Giants have won the Super Bowl with healthy Rob Gronkowski?
    Congratulations to the NY Giants on wining the 2011-2012 NFL Super Bowl! Would it have been possible with a healthy Rob Gronkowski, the touchdown machine for the Patriot who suffered Read more
  • Halle Berry Broke Her Foot
    It was all over the internet that the 45 year old Oscar winner Halle Berry broke her right foot while filming oversea. She was taken to the local hospital where Read more
  • Met pitcher Dickey's Heel Pain
    The NY Mets are trying to decide on placing pitcher R A  Dickey on the disabled list due to his foot injury. Dickey has an acute case of plantar fasciitis, Read more
  • Athlete's Foot
    Athlete's foot or tinea pedis is one of the more common fungal infections of the skin and is more frequently seen during the upcoming summer months. A warm humid climate Read more
  • Hammertoes
    Hammertoes are one of the most common toe conditions in the foot or ankle. It is due to a muscle imbalance in which the joints of the second, third, fourth Read more
  • Metatarsalgia
    Metatarsalgia (ball of the foot) pain is characterized by inflammation in the area just before the toes which is called the metatarsal region. Most patients develop this after an increase Read more
  • Diabetes and Your Feet
    Diabetes can affect your feet in two different ways. Diabetics can suffer from peripheral neuropathy (numbness and pain) in both your legs and feet and diabetes also leads to poor Read more
  • Plantar Warts
    A plantar wart (also known as verruca plantaris) is a wart that occurs on the soles or toes of the feet. These lesions are caused by the HPV virus and Read more
  • Ingrown Toenails
    Ingrown toenails, also known as onychocryptosis, can be annoying and at times extremely painful. This condition can occur in both the hands and the feet but is most commonly seen Read more
  • "Dancing With the Stars" Neuroma
    A neuroma is a painful condition of the foot, also termed a "pinched nerve". This condition is characterized by pain, tingling and numbness in between the toes and on the Read more
  • Thick Yellow Nails
    Frequently in our office we have patients come in thinking they have ingrown nails. Patients present with one or multiple thick, crumbly, yellow or darkened nails. This condition is called Read more
  • "Killer" Heels
    Throughout the past 60 years high heels have fallen into and out of fashion. Since the early 90's High heels have become a fashion staple for women, as seen in Read more

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