Dr. Fred Nagata
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During foot reconstruction for foot compartment syndrome damage, cut plantar fascia off my heel bone. Will it scar back to heel or remain floating? In brief: It Will Scar downCOMPARTMENT SYNDROME SCARRING
The ligament will grow and attach in an elongated status.
Is there a cure for foot dragging? In brief: Strengthen or assistSee 3 more answers
Dragging is from a lack of ankle dorsiflexion.
What can be done to strengthen the ligament in your ankle? He was told that the ligament in his ankle is the cause for his back pain and leg pain. In brief: MusclestrengtheningBACK PAIN LEG PAIN PAIN IN THE BACK
Ligaments have no contraction ability so once sprained it is more lax and ligamentous laxity many times require surgery in athletes.
I've injured my toe (turf toe) 9 weeks ago. X-rays show no fracture. There has been no bruising or any swelling. Why so long to heal? In brief: Tough Turf Toe.BROKEN BONE ECCHYMOSES TURF TOE
Turf toe describes an injury that hyperextends the great toe dorsally.
Is terbinafine 1% topical cream enough for interdigital tinea pedis? Give some tips to prevent recurrence In brief: MaybeATHLETE'S FOOT LAMISIL TERBINAFINE TINEA
There are many treatment alternatives.
Can a podiatrist recommend a healthy workboot or insole? I need high arch support, a wide toebox and good heel support. I work as a zookeeper. Thanks. In brief: Custom orthoticsHIGH ARCHES
It sounds like you have a pes cavus foot type,(high arch) This type of foot requires a deeper shoe and wider toe box.
My son and his fathers second toes slightly curve toward third like in mybprofike pic is my sons foot. Is this hereditary? In brief: Yes it isCHILDREN'S HEALTH SON
This is seen in my practice frequently.
Feel like I'll never heal from my navicular stress fx. Whenever out of the boot it starts aching bad again. Been 4 months. How to manage? In brief: Avascular NedrosisSTRESS
After four months, non healing is a likely diagnosis and the navicular bone is prone to avascular necrosis.
My husband having first gout attack and it's not going away more than 2 weeks,taking Naproxen, what could be the reason? In brief: Steroid injectionGOUT INDOMETHACINSee 3 more answers
There is a concern with severe pain and inflammation of the joint for two weeks.