Choosing the proper running shoe can be challenging for even the most experienced runner. Dr. Pollard, an Ironman competitor and avid runner, shares her insight on features to watch for when choosing your running shoes.
We are excited to welcome Dr. William Farrett to our practice. We will be taking over his practice, The Foot & Ankle Center of Colorado, 8671 S. Quebec St., #230 (C-470 and Quebec), now called Castle Rock Foot & Ankle at Highlands Ranch!
There are many different reasons your great toe joint can hurt. However, one of the most common reasons is that you may have arthritis at your great toe joint. You may notice increased swelling, stiffness and difficulty with bending your toe.
Many of the estimated 70 million obese Americans are trapped in a life-threatening vicious cycle: Obesity aggravates foot problems, like heel pain and flat feet; sore feet make it hard to exercise and lose weight; and without exercise, obesity worsens.
During this time of social-distancing, you may be noticing increased pain at the top of your foot. This can be secondary to not wearing supportive shoes or going barefoot more than normal. Do you have foot arthritis?
Ankle sprains are the number one cause of visits to the ER for the lower extremity. Repetitive ankle sprains cause a condition called Ankle Instability. This can lead to further trauma, resulting in ankle fractures and ultimately ankle arthritis.