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Why Does My Podiatrist Want to Remove My Surgical Hardware?

In some cases, one surgery alone isn’t enough to fix a foot or ankle problem. It’s possible that the original surgeon made mistakes, or that the medical condition recurred after the ...
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All About Morton's Toe

Morton’s toe gets its name from the first orthopedic surgeon to officially describe the condition—Dudley Morton. If your second toe is longer than your big toe, then you have ...
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Types and Functions of Surgical Hardware

Surgical hardware is often a part of foot surgery. There are a few different types of hardware that your foot surgeon in Sugar Land may use, depending on the nature of the problem you’re ...
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What Is Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome?

You might be familiar with the carpal tunnel, which is the narrow passageway located at the wrist. The tarsal tunnel is a similar, narrow space, but it’s located on the inside of the ankle. This ...
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Bunions: How Are They Treated?

Bunions are bony, outward protrusions at the base of the big toe. This bump develops when the big toe bends abnormally inward, toward the other toes. Patients may experience pain, which can be severe ...
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Reasons Your Podiatrist May Ask for X-Rays

X-rays are an important diagnostic tool for foot doctors. They allow doctors to evaluate a problem and to track the effectiveness of the treatments they are using. Here are some of the reasons your ...
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The Patient's Guide to Sesamoiditis

You may already know that most of the bones in your body are attached to other bones with strong, fibrous bands of tissue called ligaments. But did you know that there are a few exceptions? The ...
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Why Do Neuromas Form?

When your feet hurt, everyday tasks can become challenging and uncomfortable. If you’re suffering from foot pain in Sugar Land, consider seeing a podiatrist right away, so your symptoms can be ...
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A Look at Flatfoot Reconstruction Surgery

Flat feet are feet with low arches, usually caused by a muscle imbalance. This hereditary condition can cause leg pain, foot and leg fatigue, bunions, hammertoes, and more. Although some cases of flat ...
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What Procedures Are Commonly Performed During Reconstructive Foot Surgery?

Foot surgeons, podiatric physicians, or foot and ankle specialists perform reconstructive foot and ankle surgeries for a number of different reasons. The purpose of surgery is typically to relieve the ...
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