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Calcaneal osteotomy – open or closed technique – which one is best for you?

The alignment of the heel bone (calcaneus) is an important consideration in conservative and surgical treatment of aCalcaneal varus high arch or low arch foot.  Realignment of the heel can be accomplished with an arch support, brace or surgical change of the heel bone.  The realignment goal always focuses on how w...

Natural Urea Callus Cream
Natural Urea Callus Cream

Heel fissure

Why Natural Urea Callus Cream is superior to everyday lotions for care of thick, heavy callus

Soft, supple skin is dependent upon daily skin care to cleanse and hydrate your skin.  Most over-the-counter skin care products contain a combination of agents that exfoliate superficial cells in the...

FasciaFix™ Plantar Fasciitis Relief Sleeve
FasciaFix™ Plantar Fasciitis Relief Sleeve

How does compression treat plantar fasciitis?The FasciaFix™ Plantar Fasciitis Relief Sleeve

Compression is a well known therapy for acute injuries and chronic swelling.  For example, use of compression in the case of an ankle sprain helps to facilitate healing by reducing swelling, stabilizing the ankle injury and improving proprioception. Pr...

The cure for plantar faciitis!
The cure for plantar faciitis!

How do you cure plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis banding

How six little hairbands can fix your feet.  We call it banding.

I’ve seen thousands of patients who suffer from plantar fasciitis, and there's one thing for sure, they all suffer from the same problem; equines.  Equinus is a medical condition that describes tig...

Calcaneal Fracture – Plantar Medial Tubercle
Calcaneal Fracture – Plantar Medial Tubercle

A unique fracture of the calcaneus not found within any fracture classification.Unique fracture of the calcaneus

I saw a unique fracture of the heel bone (calcaneus) this week that in 32 years of practice, I don’t believe I have ever seen before.  This fracture is not described in the most common fracture classifications, includi...