Bunions are one of the most common foot abnormalities, and because they develop very slowly, most people choose to ignore them and then later wonder why their big toe is severely bent and why it has a large, bony bump on top.Read More
Orthotic shoe inserts can be expertly inserted by your podiatrist in the key areas of your shoes to support and treat abnormalities in foot structure and to mitigate problems from skin conditions.Read More
Conservative treatments for bunions include splinting, bracing, stretching, icing, wearing shoes with a wide toe box, and using other custom orthotics, but certain complications can make you a good candidate for bunion surgery.Read More
A telltale sign that you have a bunion is a hard, bony lump usually on the outside of the big toe joint that is tender and sensitive to touch.Read More
While the importance of regular foot inspections, proper shoes, and strength and flexibility exercises can’t be overemphasized, another excellent way to ensure the health of your feet and ankles to use orthotic inserts.Read More
Flexible flat feet remain flat upon weight bearing, and are usually painless but may lead to other issues if untreated, including hammertoes, bunions and joint problems.
Injuries for dancers come with the territory, and there is certainly no shortage of them with all the jumping, pointing, flexing, turning and gliding that dancers perform every day.