Treat Your Feet With Care – It’s Foot Health Awareness Month!
April is Foot Health Awareness Month, and in honor of the occasion, we have some great tips to keep your feet healthy and happy. At Rebound, our foot and ankle team’s goal is to make sure your feet allow you to stay active, mobile and living life to the fullest. We do take more than a million steps each year, after all.
Our group of surgeons offer the most advanced foot and ankle care in the Portland area and are dedicated to using the latest techniques to for a variety of procedures including complex reconstructive surgery, hammer toe and bunion correction, ankle replacement and common foot problems and pain.
Check out some of our foot-related faves to learn about everything from pain relief to proper footwear.
Looking for ways to care for your feet and make sure they’re in tip-top shape? This guide gives you the basics to make sure your feet aren’t neglected.
A great-fitting shoe can make a world of a difference, especially if you’re putting your feet to the test with physical activity. Find out how to select a shoe that meets the demands of your sport, while providing adequate comfort and injury prevention.
Ouch! No one should have to live with heel pain, but it is more common that you would expect. Learn how to combat one of the most common types of heel pain with some advice from one of our physical therapists, Lisa Seitz.
Bunions are a common foot-related problem among women, and poor shoe choices are usually the culprit. Dr. C. Luke Rust gives the scoop on what causes bunions, how to prevent them and what treatment is available.
While not as common as bunions, hammertoe can be very painful and worsen if not treated. Learn how to identify the symptoms of hammertoe, what footwear can help you avoid it and how our foot experts can help from Dr. Jay Crary.
As the largest tendon in the body, the Achilles tendon can withstand quite a bit, but with overuse, it can be susceptible to injury or tendinitis. Dr. C. Luke Rust describes two forms of the condition, what causes them and how non-surgical and surgical techniques can help you overcome them.