Author: Stavros Alexopoulos

PRP Treatment is Astonishing

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a treatment method that uses an individual’s own concentrated platelets, which are small cells in the blood that assist with blood clotting. The plasma has a large number of growth factors in them that help to promote healing. When it is injected into the injured location, not only is pain reduced, […]

Beat Athlete’s Foot from the Start

Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection on the skin of the foot. Moreover, the fungi that are the culprits of this condition tend to thrive in warm, moist and dark environments. Unfortunately, athlete’s foot is easily spread between individuals and the fungi causing this type of infection are often found in locker rooms or public […]

Arthritis is a Game Changer

Arthritis of the foot and ankle causes pain that not only intensifies over time but also becomes harder to treat in its advanced stages. This condition devastates how the joints in the foot and ankle work by causing the cartilage in those joints to slowly erode away. This process causes swelling and pain in the […]

Orthotics Open Feet to a World of Comfort

Orthotics are very important for keeping feet in optimal positions that help to keep the whole body in proper alignment. Since the feet root the body to the ground, any device that can increase stability and reduce pressure can have lasting benefits. Orthotics can support the arch to prevent uneven weight distribution that may cause […]

Flat Feet Hinder the Foot’s Mobility

Flat Feet occur when the arches fall towards the ground when standing, which can cause daily activities to become a source of discomfort. In some cases, this condition is seen in young children, requiring early treatment to prevent long-term pain. Arches naturally lose their strength as bodies age, making ankle tendons frailer as well, but […]

Corns Can Cause Pain

Corns may appear to be insignificant, but they can unfortunately become infected and cause throbbing pain. They are small, curved, hardened areas of skin that develop from excessive pressure. Corns are more likely to form when in slender toes or in those that have deformities that cause the skin to press against the inside of […]

Calluses Have Thick Skin

Calluses are triggered by recurrent stress on the skin of the foot, which causes the skin to perish and leave behind a hard surface. These pressures are usually from wearing inadequately fitted shoes or a deformity of the skin that creates this build-up. Calluses that develop on the feet can become painful and are usually […]

Plantar Fasciitis is Not a Good Feeling

Plantar fasciitis is not a welcome condition to have as it can cause severe pain and discomfort in the sole of the foot. The plantar fascia and other foot muscles work within the arch area, but when there is overstretching or injury, inflammation at the base of the heel can result in plantar fasciitis. This […]

Don’t Settle with Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s Foot is a fungal infection that can be acquired through direct contact with someone who has the fungus or by coming into contact with compromised surfaces. The fungus that triggers this condition tends to thrive in warm and damp areas. It’s found in gym locker rooms,  swimming pools and other public areas. Athlete’s foot […]