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4 Signs it’s Time to See a Podiatrist

We walk on our feet every day, and they’re a very important part of our bodies. Unfortunately, they often get ignored. But podiatrists are well equipped to handle any foot and or ankle issue that a patient may experience. Up to 75% of people in the United States will have a foot health problem at […]

Foot And Ankle Stem Cell Treatment: What To Know

Foot and ankle pain can interrupt your life, causing you to skip activities you once enjoyed. Often, this pain is tied to a more specific condition. Once you search “podiatrist near me” and find a qualified specialist to check your condition, you can then talk to them about treatments. Of the latest foot and ankle […]

Custom-Made Orthoses Could Prevent Diabetic Foot Ulcers

New research on custom-made in-shoe orthoses shows that when foot shape and barefoot plantar pressures are supported, foot ulcers occur less frequently. As wound care podiatrists in Irvine, we know that this is welcome news for many diabetics who suffer from frequent foot wounds and are in search of finding better ways to prevent ulcers.The research, […]

Flat Feet

Also known as fallen arches or pes planus, flat feet is a medical condition characterized by the collapse of the foot arch. When a patient has flat feet, the sole of the foot can come into complete or near-complete contact with the floor surface.

Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Technology

Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Technology with OssaTron is a high energy shock wave system with low energy intensity, that provides a non-surgical alternative for patients diagnosed with chronic proximal plantar fasciopathy (severe heel pain), usually referred to as fasciitis.  Using a unique process known as Orthotripsy, the OssaTron emits shock waves, similar to those used to treat kidney stones, in an […]

Achilles Tendinitis

Achilles Tendinitis is a condition of inflammation and irritation of the large tendon in the back of the foot. Achilles tendinitis is often a running injury or similar sports related injury that can develop from jumping, intense exercise, overuse, or similar activities that strain the tendon and calf muscles.

Ankle Fractures

Ankle fractures can range from avulsion injuries to severe breaks of the fibula, tibia, or both. Since no two ankle fractures are the same, each and every ankle fracture should be treated individually.

Ankle Sprains

If you think you have an ankle sprain, you are not alone; annually, approximately one million individuals visit a physician about injury to the ankle. And ankle sprains are frequently the reason. The most common location of sprains is the foot. Sprains often occur when you force the joint out of its normal position, when […]