This blog is an up-to-the-minute guide on news relating to diagnosing, avoiding and treating common foot and ankle ailments. The doctors at Foot and Ankle Associates of North Texas wants you to have the most accurate, up-to-date information regarding foot and ankle ailments. Think of us as part of your family giving you useful and accurate advice on how to deal with common foot and ankle problems. Want more content, contact us and ask a question! We are happy to be your "Dear Abby" for foot problems!
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My Toenail Hurts Toenail pain can be from a myriad of different reasons. It can be ingrown, infected, thick, have blood underneath it or simply just have a fungal infection.
EPAT Rocks Chronic Heel Pain! EPAT is Here to Save Your Sole! EPAT is the most advanced non-invasive treatment for musculoskeletal pain. Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Treatment is a new way to conquer chronic heel pain.
What is a Podiatric Foot & Ankle Surgeon? What is a podiatric foot and ankle surgeon? A Doctor of Podiatric Medicine who has done a two, three or even four year residency specializing in foot and ankle surgery. Podiatric medicine is to the foot and ankle what ophthamology is to the eye.
Avoid Slipping and Falling on Winter Ice and Snow! Winter has decided to visit North Texas. It's time to think about trying to prevent slip and fall injuries.
72% of Americans Don't Exercise Due to Foot Pain American's blame their lack of exercise on foot pain. 72% of people surveyed said they do not exercise because foot pain prevents them from doing so!
To Stretch or Not To Stretch? A common question is should I stretch or not? Should I stretch before or after exercise? Does strtching matter? Can stretching actually cause more injuries? These are good questions that are addressed in "To Stretch or Not to Stretch? That is the Question."
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