Our team of podiatric specialists and staff strive to improve the overall health of our patients by focusing on preventing, diagnosing and treating conditions associated with your feet. Please use our podiatric library to learn more about podiatric problems and treatments available. If you have questions or need to schedule an appointment, please feel free to contact us.
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Step Away from Foot Pain (2 pages)
Bunion Deformities and Treatment (4 pages)
Plantar Fascitis - Heel Pain (2 pages)
Heel Spurs (2 pages)
Plantar Fascitis: Treatment Program (2 pages)
Shin Splints (2 pages)
Posterior Tibial Tendonitis (2 pages)
Achilles Tendon Injuries (3 pages)
Morton's Neuroma (3 pages)
Ingrown Toenailes (2 pages)
Stiff Arthritic Big Toe (2 pages)
Ankle Sprain (3 pages)
Haglunds Deformity - Pump Bump (1 page)
Subluxed Cuboid Syndrome (1 page)
Tailor's Bunionette (1 page)
Seismoiditis (2 pages)
Hyperpronation and Foot Pain (10 pages)
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Your feet and ankles take a beating when you’re playing softball. Softball players should be aware of the following risks:
- Ankle sprains may occur while running, fielding balls, stepping on or sliding into bases. Sprains should be evaluated by a foot and ankle surgeon to determine the extent of injury, including possible peroneal tendon injuries or fractures. The foot and ankle surgeon will develop a treatment plan: failure to fully treat and rehabilitate a sprain may lead to chronic ankle instability and recurrent sprains.
- Overuse or excessive training may sideline some athletes with Achilles tendinopathy or heel pain (often plantar fasiciitis, or calcaneal apophysitis in children and adolescents).
- Contusions may occur from impact with the ball or contact with other players.
- Cleats may pose challenges in the forefoot and aggravation of neuromas, sesamoids, bunions, and hammertoes. To stay at the top of your game, ensure that cleats are fitted properly and have injuries evaluated by a foot and ankle surgeon