Overcrowded toes can result in a variety of foot diseases and structural foot disabilities. What causes overcrowded toes? What are the problems related to overcrowded toes.
Some of our patients have had years of foot pain and seen multiple doctors without a clear diagnosis and then come to use for help. Doris was one of those patients. See what she had to say.
Meet our Medical Director, Janet D. Pearl, MD, MSc. See her discuss her background and treatment philosophy towards treating Morton’s neuroma.
Anatomical abnormalities and structural issues of foot can aggravate the risk of developing Morton neuroma, a very painful condition.
Walking is not only the easiest but also an effective exercise to condition your connective tissue framework of lower limbs.
One of the complications of Morton’s neuroma surgery and Morton’s neuroma corticosteroid injections is Fat Pad Atrophy. What is Fat Pad Atrophy?