Did you know that an estimated 1 in 3 adults over 65 years old experience bunions?1 Bunions are not only prevalent in older adults though, as adults of all ages can develop bunions. But what exactly is the cause of bunions?
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.
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.
Basketball is one of America’s favorite sports. People from all walks of life, young and old, love to play this game. Basketball consists of running, jumping, twisting, and turning, which unfortunately makes ankle injuries quite common.
Nutrition is an incredibly important aspect of your recovery after foot surgery. Studies have shown that proper nutrition can directly affect the healing process of any surgical procedure. Regardless of the type of foot surgery you have undergone, follow these guidelines to ensure a smooth and quick recovery.
A bunion is a bony bump that forms at the base of your big toe. This deformity gradually occurs over time and can cause pain and discomfort. Proper foot care can help slow the development of bunions or even prevent them from forming. Here are five steps you can take to prevent bunions: