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What is Achilles Tendonitis? The Achilles tendon is the strong band of tissue that connects your calf muscles to your heel. Tendonitis occurs from overuse. Runners who suddenly increase the intensity of their runs are at particular risk of developing Achilles tendonitis. Middle-aged athletes who only work out on the weekends may be at risk of injuring the tendon. Read more: https://www.premier-podiatry.com/achilles-tendon-surgery/ Payment: cash, check, credit cards.
What Are Bunions? Bunion, Hallux ValgusBunions, also known as hallux valgus, are the bumps that protrude from the side of your big toe. More than just a bump, bunions represent a misalignment of the bones in the front part of your foot. Your big toe drifts toward your second toe, which forces the joint at the ball of your foot to stick out, leading to toe pain, foot pain and pain in the ball of your foot. Bunions develop gradually, and over time the deformed toes make it painful to walk, wear certain shoes and affect your mobility. Read more: https://www.premier-podiatry.com/bunions/ Payment: cash, check, credit cards.
A tight ligament on the bottom of your foot that’s slowly progressed to the point of chronic pain and disability has the potential of permanently damaging your ability to even walk without pain. At the podiatry center in Clifton Dr. Velimir Petkov expertly diagnoses your pain and, if you have plantar fasciitis, recommends a rigorous treatment plan to keep you out of surgery. But when that doesn’t solve the problem, he’s the best doctor to perform plantar fasciitis surgery to get you back on your feet and back to your previous level of activity. Call for a clear diagnosis and an end to your heel and foot pain. Read more: https://www.premier-podiatry.com/plantar-fasciitis-surgery/ Payment: cash, check, credit cards.