Facts About Arch Pain and Heel Pain in Kids

By Healthy Feet Podiatry | April 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

At Healthy Feet Podiatry we pride ourselves on treating patients of all ages. A very common problem we see in children is general foot pain. It is assumed that foot pain is normal in kids and is usually written off as “growing pains;” however, foot pain is not normal and should not be dismissed. Two […]

Seamus Coleman of Republic of Ireland Suffered a Broken Right Leg During World Cup Qualifiers

By Healthy Feet Podiatry | March 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

After a late challenge from Wales defender Neil Taylor, the Republic of Ireland will be without their captain for the foreseeable future. Coleman suffered both a tibial and fibular fracture after the tackle, also known as a bimalleolar fracture. Obviously a fracture of this magnitude will cause an extensive and lengthy recovery for the Irishman. […]

Tiger’s J.D. Martinez Out With Lisfranc injury

By Healthy Feet Podiatry | March 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Detroit Tigers outfielder, J.D. Martinez, injured his foot while trying to make a catch during a spring training game. A CT Scan verified the injury to the Lisfranc joint. Not only could this injury have implications on the Tigers to start the season, but it could potentially have long term affects to Martinez as well. […]

Ben Simmons To Miss Entire Rookie Season With Foot Injury After Recent CT Scan Reveals Inadequate Healing

By Healthy Feet Podiatry | March 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Basketball sensation and soon to be superstar of my beloved Philadelphia 76ers will miss his entire rookie campaign battling back from a foot fracture. Simmons, who suffered the dreaded Jones fracture during training camp, recently found out via CT Scan that his foot fracture has not healed as much as expected. Jones fractures can be […]

Fungus in Athletes

By Healthy Feet Podiatry | March 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

One of the most common problems encountered in our podiatry office is fungus of the toenails. How exactly does someone get fungus, and why is it common in athletes? The fungus is an opportunistic organism that will attack the nail after any type of injury or trauma to the toenail. Whether it be from a […]

Chicago Blackhawks C Artem Anisimov To Miss Some Time

By Healthy Feet Podiatry | March 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

In a recent game against the Montreal Canadians Artem Anisimov had an opponent fall on his leg causing an injury. He was spotted recently in a walking boot and is expected to miss 3-4 weeks. When the NHL discusses player injuries they always use the vague proverbial “lower body injury” diagnosis. Based on the facts […]

Tottenham Hotspurs Lose Vital Piece in Harry Kane Injury

By Dr. Todd Brennan | March 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

Harry Kane injured his right ankle in a recent match.  This is the same ankle that kept him out 10 games earlier this season. Based on preliminary reports it sounds as though Kane has a history of injury to his ankle ligaments; specifically the lateral collateral ankle ligaments (the ligaments on the outside of the […]

Potential NFL 1st Round Pick Has Career Altering Injury

By Dr. Todd Brennan | March 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

University of Washington defensive back Sidney Jones suffered a lower leg injury while performing for NFL scouts during workouts. Jones was predicted by many experts to be drafted in the first round of the upcoming NFL draft. Reports surfaced that the injury is an Achilles Tendon rupture, which can be a devastating injury for anyone, […]

Charlie Tilson Of Chicago White Sox On DL Due To Stress Fracture In Foot

By Dr. Todd Brennan | March 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Charlie Tilson, the young centerfielder of the White Sox will start the MLB season on the disabled list as he recovers from a stress fracture in his foot. The most common area for stress fractures to occur in the foot are the metatarsals (right behind the toes), specifically the 2nd metatarsal. A stress fracture typically […]

Kyle Korver To Miss Game Against Pistons Due To A Sore Foot

By Dr. Todd Brennan | March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Sharpshooter Kyler Korver will be missing at least one game due to having soreness in his foot. Basketball can be a very grueling and physically demanding sport especially on the feet. Never mind the overall massive size of these athletes but the constant jumping and pushing off can cause strain on the feet. One common […]

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