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World Osteoporosis Day

World Osteoporosis Day World Osteoporosis Day 2018 is shaping up to be one of the best campaigns yet since its introduction over 20 years ago. World Osteoporosis Day (WOD) is annually held on October 20, the main goal of the campaign is to raise global awareness of the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of Osteoporosis and […]

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Fall Sports and Ankle Injuries

With the fall sports season approaching, athletes are at high risk of ankle and foot injuries. Sports like soccer, football or cross country place intense demands and stress on the foot and can lead to painful injuries. At Foot and Ankle Surgeons Of New York, a podiatrist in Midtown can help you protect your ankle […]

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Ligament Injuries

Ligament Injuries Your ligaments are short bands of flexible tissue that help connect our body’s bones together. The overall goals of ligaments inside your body is to provide movement for the bones. Ligament injuries can occasionally occur for a number of different reasons. Some examples of these instances would include stress, falls, or it can […]

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Plantar Fasciitis Pain During Sandal Season

Sandals are an essential part of many of our summer wardrobes. They go hand in hand with carefree summer days and walks on the beach. However, despite their many good points, there’s a good chance that your favorite sandals could be causing your foot pain and worsening issues such as plantar fasciitis. At Foot And […]

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Causes Of Bunions

Have you recently noticed an enlargement near the inner joint around your big toe?  If this is the case, you may be suffering from bunions. While this change may be visible, other changes may have occurred that you are unable to see. At Foot & Ankle Surgeons of New York, we are here for you […]

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Can Cartiva Change Your Quality Of Life?

Hallux rigidus is the term for osteoarthritis of the big toe joint which can be extremely painful and have a major effect on your everyday life. Luckily, there is a procedure that can help reduce the painful effects of osteoarthritis. Cartiva is a surgical procedure in which an implant will be placed between your bones […]

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Sports Injury Ankle Surgery

Whether it’s football, basketball, or soccer, most people have rolled an ankle or painfully twisted their leg at some point. When we push our bodies too hard and injure them, it is essential to seek treatment. For athletes who have severely sprained or torn a ligament in their ankles or feet, contacting an ankle surgeon […]

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Brachymetatarsia

Brachymetatarsia is a condition where one of the bones in your foot, the metatarsal, is significantly smaller than the other bones. The condition may affect any of the toe bones, however, the fourth metatarsal is the most commonly affected. In these cases, the fourth toe is shorter than the other toes or even appears as […]

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Avoiding Achilles Tendonitis

What Is Achilles Tendonitis? The Achilles tendon is the largest and strongest tendon in your body. It starts at your calf muscle and runs to your heel bone. You use this tendon to walk, run, climb stairs, and jump. Even though this tendon is the strongest tendon in the body, injuries can still occur. One […]

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Preventing Diabetic Foot Complications

If you have diabetes, you must be aware of the potential complications associated. In particular, poor circulation and peripheral nerve damage of the foot are serious matters that can happen if your diabetes is improperly managed. If you are experiencing persistent pain, swelling, localized warmth, or any new or lasting numbness in your feet or […]

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