February is American Hearth Month! To recognize this, we want to highlight the relationship between our feet and our heart. Although it may not seem like it, our bodies are extremely interconnected as every part of our body can affect another.
Foot & Ankle Pain? Learn about the causes and treatment for foot and ankle pain.
Dr. Daniel M. Dean shares the latest health information about advanced foot and ankle care, offering advanced treatment options to help you get back on your feet again.
Arthritis of the ankle is common as we age due to the ankle’s role in supporting the bulk of our body weight as we walk. Two surgeries are most commonly used to treat advanced ankle arthritis including total ankle replacement and ankle fusion surgery.
Aging is a natural and beautiful part of life, but we may see some changes in our bodies. Our feet and ankles are no exception to this as wear and tear in these joints is expected. But with proper foot and ankle care, aging can be an extremely graceful process.
Our feet are remarkable, carrying us over thousands of miles throughout our lifetime. Because of the large load that we put on our feet, they are prone to various foot problems that may disrupt our quality of life. Fortunately, lots of these foot conditions are treatable if the right steps are taken.
It’s Physical Therapy Awareness Month! To celebrate, let’s highlight the crucial role that physical therapy plays in ankle replacement surgery.
If you have recently undergone foot surgery or are preparing for it, you may be wondering when it would be safe for you to get back behind the wheel. Driving is often an everyday necessity for individuals who work, travel, run errands, and engage in social activities.
It is Arthritis Awareness Month! Arthritis is a condition that affects about 1 in 4 adults in the US, so it is important to educate ourselves on this condition. Arthritis of the ankle is a painful and debilitating condition where the cartilage lining the ankle joint becomes damaged over time.