Bunions are frequently misrepresented as an “old persons” condition. Truth be told, bunions occur in practically all age groups with the exception of babies... Read More


Hammertoes are frequent disorders that occur in the lesser toes of the foot. This term describes an abnormal buckling of any of the toe joints... Read More

Cortisone Injections

Cortisone is an injectable anti-inflammatory that has been used for decades to treat chronic or acute inflammatory conditions of the body... Read More

Ingrown Toenails

On reoccurring or complicated ingrown nails, a simple 3 minute procedure may be performed that consists of removing the edge of nail and applying a drop of specialized chemical into the area... Read More


The tendons in our bodies are the structures that connect muscles to bones. It is a result of the muscle contracting and pulling on these tendons that makes movement possible. When we move a set of muscles too much a strain of the tendon may occur. This strain results in the swelling of the outer lining of a tendon or micro tears within the tendon structure, resulting in tendonitis... Read More

Ganglion Cyst

A ganglion cyst is a tumor or swelling that occurs in the lining of a joint or tendon (the soft tissue structure that connects muscle to bone). These are sac like structures that can be found anywhere there is a joint or tendon structure... Read More


A neuroma is an abnormal swelling or tumor of nerve tissue that can occur in the foot. These tumors form when the bones in the foot called metatarsals are pushed together and create a compression injury to the nerve or nerves... Read More

Plantar Fasciitis

On the bottom of our feet we have a large ligament that runs from the heel to the ball of the foot. This ligament is called the plantar fascia. If the mechanics of the foot is improper, then this ligament may take-on excessive strain resulting in a sprain (micro tears of the ligament fibers)... Read More

Flat Feet

The arch of our feet is the supportive framework for bone and joint alignment. If this arch looses its strength, the bony support is lost allowing the arch to collapse, resulting in the flattening of the foot... Read More

Sprained Ankle

Around each joint of our body are specialized structures call ligaments that stabilize the joint and inhibit excessive motion of the joint. When we have a sudden sideways motion occur in the ankle due to a twist or misstep, the force of the movement may be more than the ligaments can withstand... Read More


A joint is where two bones come together that allows motion. Between the two bones is a wafer of tissue attached to each bone that is called cartilage. This cartilage is what protects the hard bone from contacting. When this cartilage is damaged or wears out, the two bones begin rubbing on each other. This condition is called Arthritis... Read More

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