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Austin Foot & Ankle Injury Blog

The Austin Foot & Ankle injury blog contains the most up-to-date information regarding injuries, treatment, and recovery in Austin, Texas. Articles cover information regarding injuries from sports, running, car accidents, and everyday activities.

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4/8/2014
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Heel Spur Surgery: Not a Spur of the Moment Decision

Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists provides conservative treatment options for heel pain due to bone spurs. Learn more about when surgery may be necessary.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

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4/4/2014
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Putting the Madness in March: Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Spurs

Heel pain can result from plantar fasciitis or heel spurs, but they are not synonymous. Learn the difference and visit Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists for relief.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

12/4/2013
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Foot pain | Increased Foot Problems in January | Austin Foot and Ankle

New year's resolutions are a great way to bring in the new year. The best way to prevent foot and ankle injury is to slowly work up to you goals.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

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11/26/2013
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Relief from Foot Pain | Is it time to replace your shoes? | Austin,TX

Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists offer tips on when it's time to replace your running shoes. Choosing the right shoe for your foot can also prevent injury.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

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11/20/2013
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Heel Pain - Getting the proper shock absorption

Orthotics are often used to treat heel pain. Orthotics correct biochemical and structural imbalances in your foot and ankle to reduce stress and relieve pain.

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11/20/2013
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Heel Pain Due to Weight Gain

An evaluation by Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists can identify the source of your heel pain and get you back to your activities pain free.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

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11/20/2013
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Heel spurs – A source of heel pain?

Don't let heel pain keep you off your feet. Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists will diagnose your source of pain and prescribe the best treatment for you!

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10/29/2013
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Running to Relieve Heel Pain

Heel pain hinders millions of people every day. Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists explain how a consistent running routine can help prevent heel pain.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

10/26/2013
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Avoiding Sports Injuries & Heel Pain

Injuries and pain can halt anyone's workout schedule. Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists provide tactics for athletes to avoid sports injuries and heel pain.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

10/18/2013
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My Heel Hurts! - Keeping your plantar fascia stretched

Heel pain can be caused by a number of factors, which can make walking a very tedious task. Austin Foot explains how stretching can help relieve this ailment.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

10/18/2013
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Heel Pain – Are your flip flops at fault?

If you suffer from heel pain and are a frequent flip flop wearer there could be a connection. Flip flops may be cool, but can be critical factor for heel pain.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

2/27/2013
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Effects of limb length discrepancy on knees and hips

Do you feel or know for sure that one leg is shorter than the other? Dr. Shine John discusses Limb Length discrepancy issues.

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2/26/2013
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Why having great arches can hurt!

Do high arch feet affect your life? This blog discusses the association of high arch feet and its association with foot and ankle pain.

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1/13/2013
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Stretching – A great way to prevent foot pain

Stretching is an easy thing we all can do to keep flexible and prevent foot pain.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

12/20/2012
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Shopping in Austin – Keep your feet fit

A long day of shopping can make you feet hurt. We highlight a few suggestions to avoid foot pain and discuss a few types,

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

12/18/2011
Jacob Panici
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5 Things you can do to pamper your feet for the holidays

We ask alot of our feet everyday but even more so during the holidays. Here are 5 tips to keep your feet feeling good!

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

7/19/2011
Dr. Craig H. Thomajan
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Athlete’s foot – Doesn’t just affect athletes

With the high temperature outside, athlete's foot can affect anyone. If you spend alot of time in your shoes everyday, follow these tips.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

6/17/2011
Dr. Craig H. Thomajan
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Weekend warrior struck down by heel pain – The EPAT® option

Heel pain can be a chronic injury that is difficult to heal. Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists has new technology to help you get back to your activities.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

5/25/2011
Dr. Craig H. Thomajan
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Yoga & Your Feet - Preventing problems before they occur

Yoga is great exercise and great for you feet. Use yoga to strengthen and stretch your feet to prevent problems.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

2/5/2011
Dr. Craig H. Thomajan
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Snow Bowl 2011 – Snow, Ice, & Ankles

It is conditions like these that are primetime for ankle injuries. A slip on ice can easily twist or tear ankle ligaments.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

1/17/2011
Dr. Craig H. Thomajan
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Foot pain – Increased Foot Problems in January

More people probably experience foot problems in January than any other month. Why?

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

12/6/2010
Dr. Craig H. Thomajan
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Footwear During the Holiday – Fit for Travel

Whether you travel by car, plane, or train, it is important to wear comfortable and supportive footwear.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

10/18/2010
Dr. Craig H. Thomajan
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Resting After a Win - Longhorns Send the Huskers Packing

After a long day of walking, your feet could also benefit from the same therapy athletes apply. Rest, stretching, & massaging are all things that can help you.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain

10/4/2010
Dr. Craig H. Thomajan
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Austin City Limits Music Festival

Here are a few simple reminders we would like to give you to keep you on your feet and enjoying the performances.

Category: Heel and Arch Pain