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Assessing Your Foot/Ankle Deformity

There are many deformities that can develop in the lower extremities of the human body. More specifically, these deformities can be seen in the ankle or foot. People with foot or ankle deformities may have symptoms such as pain, tenderness, swelling, bruising, stiffness in the joint, and/or difficulty walking. These symptoms can vary, depending upon […]

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Ankle Fractures

Did you know ankle injuries are one of the most common bone and joint injuries? If you are experiencing pain in your ankle, have concerns that you may have broken a bone, or have an inability to walk, you’ll need to contact the best ankle surgeon in NYC, over at Foot and Ankle Surgeons of […]

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Preparing For Foot Surgery

Patients that require orthopedic surgery on their feet have a multitude of different needs for their specific condition. The initial degree of preparation for your surgery likely depends upon the severity of the issue at hand. Yet, there exist general guidelines that anyone who is about to undergo foot surgery can benefit from. Ensuring that […]

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Tendon Transfer For Foot Drop

Deformities and inhibitions within the foot are often viewed as one of the most burdensome medical conditions. This is due to the rate at which we constantly need to use our feet in order to execute movements and to literally take us places. Straining through injuries within the lower extremities should never be considered and […]

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The Effects of Aging on Your Feet

As you age, your feet can become affected by the wear and tear of a lifetime of walking. As various issues with your body can attribute to old age, our feet can be a common area of pain and discomfort. Since we use our feet every day, large amounts of stress can be put onto […]

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How To Spot Diabetic Foot Complications Early

Diabetes & Your Feet The correlation between foot-related complications and diabetes has been researched extensively over the last several years. The American Diabetes Association encourages diabetic patients to monitor their feet for potential warning signs and other issues. Identifying complications early on the process can be better conducted by a trained podiatrist. However, patients themselves […]

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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

Podiatrist in Midtown 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 […]

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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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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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