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One of the most common foot complaints is heel pain, which is commonly referred to as Plantar Fasciitis. Here we’ll discuss how to prevent a visit to the doctors office when experiencing heel pain and what you can do at home to help alleviate your symptoms. The symptoms of heel pain often start at the…

bunion pain gone patient testimonial

New Year… New Feet… New Shoes! “Beauty is Pain” For Susan, the saying, “Beauty is Pain” rang very true when she discovered that trying to fit into her stylish shoes was causing her feet unbearable irritation and foot pain from her bunions! “They became very painful, and it was hard to find shoes that were…

Treat big toe pain and bunion

Big toe pain can make you dread putting on your favorite shoes or boots am I right? Matt felt that way too but not anymore! Matt called our office with fairly advanced big toe pain which had progressed to the point that walking was painful and running and sports were getting harder and harder to…

Sports and Exercise foot and ankle lower extremity injuries

Sports and Exercise Training – Ouch! What do I do if I’m Injured? Part Two of Two By Anderson Podiatry Center, in consult with Dr. Stephen Wilkinson, DPM, Sports Medicine Specialist at Anderson Podiatry Center Injury Treatment Plan In our last blog we covered the steps Dr Wilkinson takes to obtain a complete analysis that…

Sports running or exercise pain

Sports and Exercise Training – Ouch! What do I do if I’m Injured? By Anderson Podiatry Center, in consult with Dr. Stephen Wilkinson, DPM, Sports Medicine Specialist Congratulations! You’re training for an event, have begun or are maintaining an exercise routine and are motivated to compete or sustain your regime habit. You are to be…

Dog with shoes sports exercise and injury

Sports and Exercise Training and Injury: The Good, The Bad, and The Answer By Stephen Wilkinson, DPM The Goal (aka: The Good): Just imagine that you have trained for a running event, such as a full marathon or half marathon, for anywhere from three to six months and have spent thousands of direct and indirect…

orthotics chronic foot pain

Summer is finally here, and we all want to be outside enjoying the warm weather and sunshine! Unfortunately, increasing our activity level can cause unwelcome and nagging pain that limits our ability to walk, hike, or take on a running race. There is a solution however, so read on! Today, let’s discuss custom orthotics and…

shoe size changing

Are my feet really growing? If you are in your 30’s or 40’s and you swear your feet must be growing because your shoes are getting tight, you are not alone. I am often asked by patients “Why are my feet a different size than they were when I was younger?” This is actually very common…

Active Life

Get Back to Your Active Life The more time I spend with patients, the more I see that no matter what their symptoms are, their primary desire is essentially the same. They want to get back to their previous activity level, and they want to do it fast. Whether they are a runner, busy parent,…

Paediatric Sever's Disease

My oldest son has been dealing with heel pain for the last month.  He is a very active 9-year-old with soccer, basketball, baseball and running.  Currently, he is playing soccer this fall.  He is a classic example of a young boy or girl from 8-14 years old who commonly suffer from Sever’s Disease.  I know…

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