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Get Valuable Tips About Your Foot and Ankle Pain

If you are tired of living with foot and ankle pain, you’re probably looking for tips to help get relief. Look through these blog posts with helpful guidance and advice from our Cincinnati podiatrists.

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  • Achilles Tendinitis | Sports Injuries Family Foot and Ankle Center in Cincinnati discusses favorite stretches to help you recover fully and quickly from painful Achilles tendinitis.
  • Best Treatments for Achilles Tendinitis Conservative care, such as physical therapy and shoe modifications, are often the best way to tackle Achilles tendinitis, says Family Foot and Ankle Center.
  • Tips for running with achilles tendonitis Better shoes, flatter routes, and cross-training can help you avoid painful Achilles tendon problems when running, says Family Foot and Ankle Center.
  • Reducing Risk of Achilles Tendinitis Bad shoes, repetitive stress, and starting new sports too fast are all ways you could end up with Achilles tendinitis, says Family Foot and Ankle Center.
  • How to manage gout Medications, diet modifications, and at-home care can help you prevent gout attacks as well as manage painful symptoms, says Family Foot and Ankle Center.
  • Avoiding Gout with a Healthy Diet Don’t let gout keep you from enjoying your grill! Family Foot and Ankle Center talks about which foods to eat, and which to avoid, at the holiday cookout.
  • Treatment for Gout Attacks Rest, ice, and medications, taken quickly after a flare-up, can help you manage the discomfort of a painful gout attack, says Family Foot and Ankle Center.
  • What Causes Gout Painful gout attacks are often associated with eating certain foods that increase uric acid levels in the bloodstream, says Family Foot and Ankle Center.
  • What's Causing my Heel Pain? Heel pain has many potential culprits. Family Foot and Ankle Center in Cincinnati helps you narrow down your list of suspects with this quiz.
  • Orthotics Treat Heel Pain Whether providing padding for pain or correction for biomechanical flaws, orthotics can help with many heel pain causes, says Family Foot and Ankle Center.
  • How High Heels Affect Feet Wear high heels only sparingly—overuse can lead to a host of foot and ankle issues and injuries, according to Family Foot and Ankle Center in Cincinnati.
  • Preventing Plantar Fasciitis Family Foot and Ankle Center in Cincinnati shares its top tips for avoiding and preventing painful heel pain symptoms related to plantar fasciitis.
  • Pros and Cons of Neuroma Surgery Do you need surgery for your painful neuroma? The doctors at Family Foot and Ankle Center in Cincinnati explore the pros and cons of going under the knife.
  • Manage Neuroma Pain at Home A little massage and making smart decisions about footwear and shoe inserts can help you manage neuroma pain at home, says Family Foot and Ankle Center.
  • Causes of Neuromas in Feet Although there’s no single cause, bad shoes, deformities, and certain activities are common factors leading to neuromas, says Family Foot and Ankle Center.
  • Preventing Neuromas and Nerve Pain Avoid irritating your nerves and prevent neuroma pain by choosing shoes with low heels and space for toes, say Family Foot and Ankle Center in Cincinnati.
  • Footwear to Help with Haglund’s Deformity Pump-style shoes can aggravate your bursa sac, causing Haglund’s deformity. Family Foot and Ankle Center recommends better footwear for pump bump pain.
  • Stretches to Help Manage Pump Bump Pain Gentle stretches for your calf and Achilles can help ease the pain of a pump bump (Haglund’s deformity) on your heel, says Family Foot and Ankle Center, Inc.
  • Tips for Bunion Surgery Recovery According to Family Foot and Ankle Center, getting plenty of rest and keeping a positive mental attitude are essential bunion surgery recovery skills.
  • Avoid PAD with Healthy Living Family Foot and Ankle Center encourages you to keep the momentum from American Heart Month and fight peripheral arterial disease with healthy living.