Orthotic devices are able to prevent and cure problems related to the foot and ankle, by eliminating or reducing the stress responsible for causing the problem.
Here are the five most common injuries you’ll encounter as a runner, as well as some tips for avoiding these ailments.
Individuals who change activity level suddenly, wear inappropriate footwear, or train on poor surfaces increase their risk of Achilles Tendinitis. Other risk factors include:
Pain in your tendon that gradually builds up over time is a common symptom of Achilles tendinitis. Other Achilles tendinitis symptoms include:
The biggest goal of an ankle and foot center is to restore your foot health and prevent complications that could worsen the condition of your feet. Our ankle and foot center offers dedicated:
For many people, non-surgical treatment can relieve the pain that is associated with Achilles tendinitis. There are several non-surgical treatment options available, including:
Runners and other athletes could easily cause strain on the Achilles tendon. Taking these precautions can help prevent development of Achilles tendinitis.
Knowing these education, training, experience, and certification requirements will help in choosing the best foot and ankle specialist for an injury or condition.
We’ve created an infographic that describes what Plantar Fasciitis is, what the contributing factors are, the symptoms and treatment options.