“Flatfoot” is a condition that occurs in children and adults. However, when the deformity occurs in children, it is called “pediatric flatfoot.” Flatfoot can come in various forms, but the common characteristic is the partial or total collapse of the foot arch. An article by the American [...]
American Diabetes Month takes place each November. However, at North Texas Foot & Ankle, we try to raise awareness about diabetes all year round.
In the United States, more than 25 million people are living with diabetes aand 79 million more are at risk of [...]
Many people develop a condition in their feet called hammer toes. A hammer toe exists when one or more of the smaller toes on your feet begin to curl. They no longer stay straight when you stand on your feet. Depending on where the bend in the toe occurs, they may also be called mallet [...]
[caption id="attachment_1646" align="alignnone" width="300"] Perfect shot[/caption] Foot and ankle injuries that happen during golf activities can occur from traumatic events but are more likely to occur from overuse type injuries. Golf motions motions, including practice swings, may be [...]
Everyone around here is excited about the NBA season starting, but what does that mean for the Oklahoma star Kevin Durant?! If you’re not familiar with Kevin Durant, then you will definitely recognize him as the last season’s MVP trophy owner. Sadly, he sustained a right foot injury during [...]