Can you feel it in the air? The manic energy of the holidays is starting to wind down and a new school year is just around the corner! Whether you’re getting ready for your child’s very first day or preparing them for another year, there’s a lot of preparation leading up to that first day… Read More
How many times have you stubbed your toe and winced from the pain? It hurts, right? The pain may be so severe that you think you’ve broken your toe. But other than trying to take your mind off the pain, should you be doing anything to help your broken toe heal? It’s commonly thought that… Read More
The navicular bone sits on the inside of the foot between the ankle and the midfoot. A stress fracture of the navicular bone usually causes pain in the midfoot that is worse during activity.
A Lisfranc fracture is a fracture and a dislocation of the joints in the middle of the foot. Usually this type of fracture will require surgical intervention to help prevent long-term arthritis of the midfoot. Treatment of foot and ankle fractures Every fracture injury should be evaluated to ensure appropriate treatment. Tests such as an… Read More
The calcaneus is the heel bone. Heel bone fractures can be due to daily activities/ stress on the bone or from trauma to the bone such as falling from a ladder.