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Leg Pain/Ankle Pain/Foot Pain

Post-Surgical Pain

With advancements in imagery and less invasive surgical procedures, patients are receiving better surgical care with improved outcomes and faster recovery. Some fundamentals, however, remain unchanged. Targeted and appropriate post-surgical rehabilitation is critical to full recovery. Our expert partnership with your surgeon can help you bounce back from surgery faster, safer, and more effectively. Learn more

Ballet Injuries

The ease and grace of a ballerina's movements require extensive training and demands on the entire body. Injuries to the lower back and lower extremities are common. Most ballet movements involve full external rotation of the hip. Ballet also puts demands on the rotation of the knees and ankles. Learn more

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is an umbrella term for any pain in the bottom of the foot. Typically, heel pain is a its worst when patients are getting out of bed in the morning or after prolonged sitting. Learn more

Ankle Sprains

A lateral (outside) ankle sprain is perhaps the most common sports injury. With a sprained ankle the surrounding musculature tightens like a splint to protect the damaged ligaments. This places strain on these muscles that can impair function long after the pain and swelling subside. Ligaments can be slackened, leaving the joints less stable. Worse still, balance and stability can be compromised long-term. This is especially problematic with older patients, for whom falls are a leading cause of injury. Learn more

Calf Tear/Achilles Tendonitis

Calf and Achilles injuries are usually the result of small traumas that build and worsen over time. Sometimes, an Achilles Tendon tear can be significant enough to be felt or even heard and results in a pronounced limp. Delayed treatment can cause problematic functional changes to occur, including hypertrophy (thickening) of the Achilles tendon. Learn more

Shin Splints

Shin splints are a common term for pain and inflammation on or around the tibia (shin bone). Usually associated with running and sports that require running, shin splints can be the first symptom of a stress fracture. Learn more

Leg and Ankle Injuries

Ankle sprains, calf tears, and shin splints are among the most frequent sports injuries. Often mutually reinforcing, these injuries can be extremely debilitating during the acute phase because the legs and ankles are required to bear so much weight. Patients often delay treatment or avoid the appropriate amount of rest and recovery. Re-injury is common, especially without comprehensive rehabilitation. We take pride in our excellent success with these tenacious ailments. Learn more
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