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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.

  • Walking After Ankle Replacement Surgery

    Walking After Ankle Replacement Surgery

    Are you looking to get back on your feet after ankle replacement? The recovery process following any surgery can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. We are here to put your mind at ease and guide you through the process of starting to walk again following your ankle replacement surgery.

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  • Osteoarthritis of the Ankle: Symptoms and Treatments

    Osteoarthritis of the Ankle: Symptoms and Treatments

    May is Arthritis Awareness Month! Let’s take this opportunity to shed light on one of the most common forms of arthritis affecting the ankle: osteoarthritis.

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  • How Long Does it Take to Recover from Bunion Surgery?

    How Long Does it Take to Recover from Bunion Surgery?

    Have you thought about or are you planning for bunion surgery and feeling unsure about the recovery process? Don’t worry, we are here to break it down for you so that you can maximize your recovery and get back on your feet in no time!

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  • The Best and Worst Foods for Plantar Fasciitis

    The Best and Worst Foods for Plantar Fasciitis

    In March, we recognize National Nutrition Month! Did you know that your diet can affect your feet, more specifically plantar fasciitis? The plantar fascia is thick tissue found on the bottom of your foot, connecting your toes to your heel. This tissue can become inflamed due to overuse which can either be perpetuated or treated through your diet. Let’s discuss what the best and worst foods are for plantar fasciitis.

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  • The Connection Between Your Feet and Your Heart Health

    The Connection Between Your Feet and Your Heart Health

    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.

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  • Comparing Total Ankle Replacement to Ankle Fusion

    Comparing Total Ankle Replacement to Ankle Fusion

    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.

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  • Aging Gracefully with Proper Foot and Ankle Care

    Aging Gracefully with Proper Foot and Ankle Care

    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.

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  • The Most Common Foot Problems and Treatment Options

    The Most Common Foot Problems and Treatment Options

    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.

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  • The Crucial Role of Physical Therapy in Ankle Replacement Surgery

    The Crucial Role of Physical Therapy in Ankle Replacement Surgery

    It’s Physical Therapy Awareness Month! To celebrate, let’s highlight the crucial role that physical therapy plays in ankle replacement surgery.

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  • What Causes Bunions?

    What Causes Bunions?

    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?

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