Tag: plantar fasciitis

Foot and Ankle Injury Prevention Tips

Preventing many different types of athletic injuries begins with a combination of proper warm-up, conditioning and careful attention to technique. Because the feet and ankles are subject to high performance in a variety of sports, they are susceptible to injury. Our foot and ankle team offers the most advanced injury… Read more »

Common Sports-Related Foot Injuries

Our group of surgeons offer the most advanced foot and ankle care in the Portland area and are dedicated to using the latest techniques for a variety of procedures and conditions, including common sports-related foot injuries. According to research from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 25 percent of athletic… Read more »

Foot Health Awareness Month

Did you know we take more than a million steps each year with the help of our feet and ankles? April is Foot Health Awareness Month, and our team wants to provide with tips and helpful information on how to best care for your feet! Our foot and ankle specialists… Read more »

Tips for Managing Heel Pain from Plantar Fasciitis

Our feet bear weight and stress daily, and with increased activity and lack of proper support, they are prone to inflammation and pain. One of the most common causes of heel pain is plantar fasciitis. Rebound physical therapist, Lisa Seitz, provides tips for managing heel pain from plantar fasciitis below.… Read more »

Common Running Injuries and How to Treat Them

It is Foot Health Awareness Month, and we have just kicked off our spring running clinic. That makes this the perfect time to talk about some common injuries and conditions runners face. Many runners sustain injuries from overuse, improper technique and inappropriate footwear. In our last post, we discussed a common… Read more »

My Aching Foot: Foot Pain Causes and Treatments

How many steps do you think you take per year? Would you guess that number reaches more than one million? You’re probably more familiar with the expression “my aching back,” but plenty of us experience foot pain at some point (we do, after all, put our feet through quite the… Read more »