Diagnosis & treatment & PREVENTION of foot & foot related lower extremity sports related problems. Indications & uses of prescription in shoe orthotics. Foot, ankle functional exercises for injury prevention & enhanced performance. Specific specialty in orthotic use in figure skating & hockey. Access to all topics re sports medicine at sportsdoctorradio.com- radio shows & articles re "the physical & mental challenges of the high performance youth athlete.
Podiatry Management Magazine, 9/10/10, "Hitting the Airwaves- this podiatrist uses his own radio show to promote Podiatry Podiatry Management Mag-6/-7/2010, "Figure Skating, Olympic Gold, & Podiatry Lower Extremity Review,7/2012, Pediatric Obesity weighs on Bones & Joints Numerous articles,"the sports doctor"- listed sportsdoctorradio.com- news articles 3 years of weekly radio shows, "the sports doctor", listed sportsdoctorradio.com-radio shows
BA degree science Univ. Louisville, Doctor Podiatric Medicine, Scholls College Podiatric Medicine, Chicago, Ill.
Treated many athletes in all sports, tennis- John McEnroe, Tracy Austin, numerous members of 85 Super Bowl Bears Evan Lysacek, 2010 men's Olympic Gold Medal figure skating champion.
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Hi Stephen- Good news is that it appears there is no tear or damage to hamstring area. Probable tendonitis or myositis problem, ( tendon or muscle inflammation) The repetitiveness & persistence of your
Hi Alex- when you experience the pop sensation, & hear it, it's quite possible that you injured, possibly partially tore some ligaments in the ankle . An MRI would show that. Ins might allow the test since
Hi J- although probably nothing but over training, please check with your Dr. Radiating pain down your arms with deep breathing could possibly be related to cardio or heart concerns so get evaluated to
Hi jj- sounds like you've got a ridge callous on the tip of your toe, often associated with the toe somewhat curly shaped & pinching that skin during walking to form hard callous. These are quite common
H Beatriz- These " wear & tear" problems & their treatments are very subjective. Your age, activity levels are all important factors. My suggestion is to be sure to get a 2nd opinion which would include