Category: Ankle Pain

Arthritis Can Ruin the Party

Foot and Ankle Arthritis can be a complicated and long-running situation for many individuals.  You may know this or not, but arthritis can get worse with age. So, if you think your neglect of its formation will pay off, you are very wrong. If arthritis is not treated timely, the irritating pain it initially causes […]

Achilles Tendon Ruptures Are Not Appealing

Achilles Tendon injuries can be disturbing to mobility since it is the biggest tendon in the body. The Achilles tendon joins the heel bone to the calf muscle and plays a major role in the movement of the feet. This tendon assists the heel with raising itself off the floor during walking, as well as […]

Doctors See More Achilles Tendon Injuries

An Achilles tendon injury, either a tear or a rupture, can happen to anyone – even well-conditioned athletes. The Achilles tendon connects the heel bone to the calf muscles. It’s the largest tendon in the body and we use it every day to stand, walk, run and go up onto your toes. We Are Seeing […]

Can Achilles Tendon Injuries Be Prevented?

An Achilles tendon rupture is a very painful injury that, with more than 230,000 ruptures every year, is becoming even more common. The Achilles tendon is a band of tissue at the back of the heel connecting the calf muscle to the foot’s heel bone. This tendon helps you to point your toes. Unlike Achilles […]

Foot and Ankle Pain May Be Caused by Arthritis

Are your feet or ankles stiff? Do you notice any redness or swelling in the areas of the joints? Is the pain and stiffness limiting the motion of your feet and even inhibiting walking or exercising? You may have arthritis in your feet and/or ankles. Rheumatoid arthritis, the more serious form of arthritis, causes chronic […]