Fast, Gentle Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis

60 seconds to permanent relief from heel, arch and Achilles pain

60 Second, Permanent Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis, Plantar Fasciosis, Achilles Tendonitis and Achilles Tendonosis. One Treatment is all it Takes!

The innovative Tenex Health TXTM procedure is a gentle method for percutaneous treatment and removal of diseased tissue and restoration of natural […]

Sports Medicine: Cuboid Syndrome - The Foot Pain That Won’t Go Away

A few days ago, I saw a 25-year-old male with lateral foot pain who had gone through multiple doctors and six months’ worth of tests and treatments—including x-rays, ultrasound to check blood flow, pain medication, and physical therapy—without results. He had significant swelling along the ankle and the side of the foot, […]

Foot Surgery: The Real Truth About Foot Tumors

Did you know that you can get a tumor on the foot? It’s true—you may never have heard of a foot tumor, but it does happen. After all, tumors can happen anywhere you have live tissue.

Over the last three weeks, I’ve seen two different patients with foot tumors. One is […]

Mortons Neuroma: Is Your Aching Foot Telling You Something ?

Neuroma pain often described as burning or tingling.

Every year tens of thousands of Americans will be diagnosed as having Morton’s Neuroma. In all likelihood, this represents a tenth of the actual cases since misdiagnosis, lack of medical treatment and non-reported cases are so common.

What Is It?

Laypeople may use a variety of […]

Foot Surgery: Advances in Minimally Invasive Surgery

Foot Surgery – Advances in Minimally Invasive Surgery

The advantages of minimally invasive surgery are well known in the medical community and this procedure has grown exponentially over the past 5-10 years. Because of the many advantages, I believe this trend will continue to grow. Some common examples of minimally invasive surgeries you’ve probably […]

Foot Surgery: New Approaches To An Old Problem Bunions

Have you had to buy larger shoes recently? Do you only have a few pairs of shoes that are comfortable? Have you been changing the way you walk or stand to avoid pain? Does it seem as though your big toe is angling back toward your foot or is a bump appearing where there was […]