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New York Giants’ Daniel Fells Battling MRSA Infection In Foot

New York Giants tight end Daniel Fells is in an intensive care unit battling a MRSA infection in his foot and ankle that is so severe that he has undergone a series of surgeries. MRSA, also known, as a methicillin-resistant … Continue reading

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Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant Suffers Broken Bone In Foot

Dallas Cowboys all-pro receiver wide receiver Dez Bryant suffered a broken bone in his right foot during his team’s 27-26 win over the New York Giants on Sunday night. Bryant appeared to suffer the injury at the beginning of the … Continue reading

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How Advances In Bunion Surgery Can Help You

More than 20 percent of adult Americans currently suffer from bunions, and close to 66 percent will have a bunion in their lifetime. The good news is that bunion surgery has advanced and progressed, so there is much less (if … Continue reading

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Is Your Big Toe Feeling Stiff? Here’s What To Do

Does your big toe feel stiff? Is it getting harder for you to bend it? You may have a condition called “hallux rigidus,” which is a form of degenerative arthritis. What should you do if you suspect  this problem? Keep … Continue reading

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Do You Have Numbness In Your Heel?

Are you experiencing any numbness in your heel or in other areas of the foot? You may be suffering from a condition called Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome. The tarsal tunnel houses nerves and links part of the ankle bone to a … Continue reading

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What You Need To Know About Flat Feet

Flat feet is a condition in which your foot (or feet) lacks a normal arch when you are standing. Your entire foot will touch the ground if you have flat feet. Flat feet is usually painless, but may cause problems … Continue reading

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When Bunions Lead To Toe Dislocation

A bunion is a bony “bump” that usually appears on the side of the foot at the base of the big toe. Contrary to popular belief, a bunion isn’t an extra growth of the bone. The bones inside the foot … Continue reading

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Advances In Bunion Surgery

More than 20 percent of Americans currently suffer from bunions, and about 66 percent will develop a bunion within their lifetimes. While surgery isn’t always needed, sometimes it may be the only option if the bunion is interfering with normal … Continue reading

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Bunions In Kids

Bunions are normally associated with adults, but juvenile bunions can also form. The usual causes are the foot structure and gait (walk) that children inherit, which causes the big toe to lean inward, creating problems in alignment for several bones … Continue reading

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Do You Have a Bunion? Here’s What to Do (Video)

A bunion appears to be a bump on the side of the big toe. However, it’s for more than just a bump. When the big toe leans toward the second toe, this throws the bones out of alignment, which produces … Continue reading

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