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, […]

Sports Medicine: Common Myths About Foot Injuries

There are a lot of health myths that are repeated so often, many people assume they’re true. By learning to separate the truth from the common misconceptions, you’ll be prepared to avoid some serious problems.

Here are some of the most frequently believed myths about foot and ankle injuries. Do you […]

Sports Medicine: Sinus Tarsi Syndrome - The Ankle Pain That Isn't

Patients commonly complain about painful heels and ankles. This problem is sometimes challenging and can become resistant to standard treatment such as rest, ice, bandaging, physical therapy, oral anti-inflammatories and injections. No doubt, many patients have encountered their primary care physician or other specialist yet despite their doctors’ best efforts they remain unimproved.

This past […]

Sports Medicine: Recognizing and Relieving 3 Common Sports Injuries

Being a sports medicine specialist can be compared to coaching a team. The coach encourages his players to do their best and push themselves to the limit. In doing so, he also knows, however, that accidents do happen and people do get hurt. Some of the most common injuries athletes sustain involve the heel, ankle […]