PA Foot and Ankle Associates

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Sign Up Now For The iRUNpigs 5K 2014

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A Question From India: Can Charcot Foot Be Cured?

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Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera has surgery for bone spurs and stress fracture

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NY Giant Geoff Schwartz Catches Lucky Break With Dislocated Toe

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A Question From India: Can Charcot Foot Be Cured?

[...] PA Foot and Ankle Associates blog gets questions from all over the world about foot and ankle health. Today we received this one from Manohar in Bangalore City, India. “Hello sir. This is [...]

NBA’s Kevin Durant Out With Jones Fracture

[...] The NBA’s MVP and four time scoring champ Kevin Durant has a Jones fracture in his right foot and will be sitting on the bench for 6-8 weeks, Oklahoma City Thunder Executive Vice President [...]

Which physician is best to treat foot and ankle pain?

[...] , don’t we? That is, until the Millenium Falcon breaks our ankle, or a foul ball clips our right foot. Ouch. When your feet are painful, you’re miserable. Your lifestyle is instantly affected – [...]

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What’s up with the spate of foot and ankle injuries in the NFL?

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I Have Pain In My Heel – How Can I Treat It?

[...] At one time or another during your life, you’re probably going to experience some degree of heel pain – just about everyone does. It might develop from playing basketball, not allowing enough time [...]

NY Giant Geoff Schwartz Catches Lucky Break With Dislocated Toe

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