Adult Acquired Flatfoot Deformity (AAFD) SURGERY?

surgeons standing over a patient during an operation

According to the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society® adult acquired flatfoot deformity (AAFD), “is a progressive flattening of the arch of the foot that occurs as the posterior tibial tendon becomes insufficient….” Adult acquired flatfoot deformity? Fancy term for a flat foot developed over a lifetime. Why? For starters, because we live in gravity. What’s more?…

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Hip Surgery & Post-Op Short Leg Correction

before and after xray of post operative hip surgery short leg correction

Ignoring a Short Leg before or after Hip Surgery may be the reason you’re still in pain! Whether the hip surgery itself is the cause of a short leg is irrelevant, but the potential is there and when the short leg is left uncorrected, your long term outcome is bad. It’s Important to Identify & Correct a…

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Plantar Fasciitis Surgery as a Last Resort

Avoid Plantar Fasciitis Surgery

Plantar Fasciitis Surgery should ALWAYS be a last resort. If you believe surgery is your only option, get excited! If you’ve already had plantar fasciitis surgery, we’re sorry you didn’t find us earlier.   Here’s what your plantar fasciitis surgeon doesn’t want you to know. Surgery does NOT correct the cause of plantar fasciitis! Surgery…

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Bunion Surgery as a Last Resort


If you believe Bunion Surgery is your only option, we’re glad you’re reading this. If you’ve already had bunion surgery, we’re sorry you didn’t find us earlier.   Here’s what your Bunion Surgeon Doesn’t want you to know. Surgery does not correct the cause of a bunion! Surgery will certainly help reduce the visible deformity, but has…

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Orthotics for Morton’s Neuroma

Morton's Neuroma

Morton’s Neuroma: a common and debilitating foot problem consisting of a benign tumor-like enlargement of a nerve behind and between two toes. Morton’s neuroma is painful, affects the ball of your foot, and is most commonly found in the area between your third and fourth toes. People suffering with Morton’s Neuroma may feel as if they’re standing on…

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