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Conditions

Hallux Valgus

Hallux Valgus

A hallux valgus or bunion is a bump on the base of the big toe due to enlargement of bone or soft tissues around the joint. Bunions develop due to imbalanced weight-bearing on the joints and tendons of your foot. This uneven shifting in pressure makes the joint unstable, slowly leading to the formation of a hard knob that protrudes out of your foot.

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Diabetic Feet

Diabetic Feet

Diabetes is a chronic condition that is characterized by high blood glucose (sugar) levels. Diabetic patients are at a high risk for developing chronic wounds, especially in the feet. If left untreated, these wounds can cause serious problems that can lead to infections and eventually gangrene, which may require amputation.

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Foot Deformity Secondary to Inflammatory Arthritis

Foot Deformity Secondary to Inflammatory Arthritis

The big toe develops a large bunion deformity including severe pain in the joint. The lesser toes develop clawing and prominence of the metatarsal heads leading to metatarsalgia. The lesser joints can sublux leading to further deformity.

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Foot & Ankle Sports Injuries

Foot & Ankle Sports Injuries

Injuries during sports are common. They can result from accidents, inadequate training, improper use of protective devices, or insufficient stretching or warm-up exercises. Injuries to the foot and ankle are common while playing sports such as football, hockey, skating and in weekend athletes. Common sports injuries include sprains and strains, ankle fractures, and Achilles tendinitis.

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Degenerative Foot & Ankle Conditions

Degenerative Foot & Ankle Conditions

Arthritis is inflammation resulting from the degeneration of cartilage in the joint causing pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints resulting in restricted movements. Arthritis of the foot and ankle joint can occur due to fracture, dislocation, inflammatory disease, or congenital deformity. The foot joints most commonly affected by arthritis are

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Post Traumatic Injuries

Post Traumatic Injuries

Trauma to the foot and ankle can damage bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments, leading to significant pain, disability and wear of cartilage (arthritis) in the joints of the foot. Reconstructive surgery is performed to restore stability and function, reduce pain and prevent further deformity. The many techniques include arthrodesis (fusion of bones at the joints), tendon repair/transfer, joint implantation, osteotomy (excision of bone), bone grafting and soft tissue repair.

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Forefoot, Midfoot & Hindfoot Conditions

Forefoot, Midfoot & Hindfoot Conditions

A bunion is a bony protuberance that appears on the external surface of the big toe when it angles toward the adjacent toe. It is an extra bone and a fluid-filled sac that grows at the base of the big toe.

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Foot Deformity Secondary to Neuromuscular Disease

Foot Deformity Secondary to Neuromuscular Disease

Foot drop, also known as drop foot, is a sign of an underlying muscular, neurological or anatomical condition, where you are unable to lift the front part of your foot, resulting in foot dragging. To avoid dragging your foot, you may lift your knee higher than usual as if you were climbing stairs or swing your leg in a wide arc, causing you to slap your foot on the ground every time you step forward. Foot drop may also produce numbness. It can affect one or both feet and may be temporary or permanent.

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