This is a library of every article written by a FAANT doctor or staff in the last few years. The collection is quite extensive and there are some overlapping articles, but basically this is everything you ever wanted to know about your feet and ankles! Throw in some running and triathlon advice mixed in with all about shoes and socks; and you have a FAANT lasagna of articles. Enjoy!
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How to Use Crutches Crutches, even in a young athlete, can be hard to manage. If you are over 30, over-weight or just plan not coordinated; ask your doctor if they have an alternative to crutches. You are better off using a walker, rolling device, or wheel chair than falling down on crutches.
Will I Be Able to Run After Bunion Surgery? I hear this question at least several times a month from my active, athletic patients. Of course, my first response is always, “Are you able to run now?” This is not sarcasm, but a true fact finding mission.
10 Common Questions About Foot Surgery Of the many patients we see on a daily basis, often their foot and ankle problems can be helped with conservative, non-surgical care. But there are times when surgery is necessary to relieve pain, remove a deformity or repair an injury. There are many questions that come with foot and ankle surgery and here we address the 9 most frequently asked.
Bunion Surgery Revealed! Many patients are very apprehensive about bunion surgery. They have heard horror stories of severe pain and bad outcomes. These are usually not true!
10 Most Common Questions About Foot Surgery Most people have a lot of questions and are very apprehensive about having foot and ankle surgery. Here are the top 10 questions we hear to calm you fears!
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