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pain after a cortisone injection Jan 12th, 2017

If you have had a cortisone injection for plantar fasciitis, a neuroma or any other inflammatory condition, and experienced increased pain at the injection site you are not alone. You are in the minority however;  a very small percentage of patients receiving a cortisone injection may develop a post-injection flare-up....

plantar warts Dec 8th, 2016

If you see a callous or hard skin anywhere on your feet, chances are it could be a wart, also known as a verruca; A subtle difference that only a podiatric specialist may be able to diagnose. They are viral in origin and most usually are spread from contact with...

Radial Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Nov 16th, 2016

Plantar fasciitis and other tendon pathologies can be chronically painful due to the body's inability to heal the area.  After your body's defense mechanisms have basically given up over time, there is a disconnect between one's brain and the injured area. The signals are just not getting through.  Extracorporeal shock wave therapy flips...