Conditions

Leg Length Discrepancies
No one’s body is perfectly symmetrical. For example, most people will have one foot slightly bigger than the other. Likewise,
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Tibialis Posterior Tendinopathy
Tibialis Posterior is the muscle that runs behind your shin bone and is responsible for holding up your arch and
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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
The tarsal tunnel is formed by the bony point on the inside of your ankle and the inside of your
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Stretching Guide
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Stress Fractures
Stress fractures are small cracks or severe bruising within the bone. Stress fractures produce a sharp or dull pain at
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Sinus Tarsi Syndrome
The sinus tarsi, located on the outside of your foot near your ankle, is where two of your foot bones
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Sever’s Disease
Sever’s disease is a very common condition affecting children and causes significant heel pain. When a child is young, their
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Plantar Fasciitis
The plantar fascia is a structure under your foot that functions like a muscle or ligament. It reaches from your
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Patello-femoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS)
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Osgood Schlatters
Osgood Schlatters is a condition that causes knee pain in adolescents. The quadriceps muscles all attach via a single tendon
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Morton’s Neuroma
A neuroma is a (usually) benign swelling or thickening of the nerve. Neuromas often occur in the feet between the
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Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome
Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS) is also known as ‘shin splints’.  MTSS is felt as a vague pain at the
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ITB Friction syndrome
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Ingrown Toenails
Ingrown toe nails are very common and cause significant discomfort. They can be caused by the shape of your nail,
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Home Care after your Nail Surgery
After the Surgery The dressing: Keep it on at all times, keep it clean and keep it dry. Put a
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Freiberg’s Infraction
Freiberg’s Infraction is an avascular necrosis of the metatarsal head, most commonly the second metatarsal head. This means that the
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Dorsal Interosseous Compression Syndrome
Dorsal interosseous compression syndrome is felt as pain on the top of your foot. It usually affects people with higher
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Compartment Syndrome
The muscles in your leg are split into compartments by fibrous tissue. For example, the anterior compartment is made up
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Bursitis
A bursa is a fluid filled sac. There are many naturally occurring bursas throughout the body and their role is
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Ankle Sprain
An ankle sprain is an injury to the ligaments around the ankle after a traumatic event where the foot rolls
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Achilles Tendinopathy
Achilles Tendinopathy
The Achilles tendon attaches your calf muscles to the back of your heel. Achilles Tendinopathy used to be considered an
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