Foot and Ankle

Inversion Ankle Sprain

An inversion ankle sprain occurs when the athlete rolls onto the outside of the foot. This is the most common type of ankle sprain. The ligaments on the outside of the foot get stretched beyond their normal limits. More info>>


Eversion Ankle Sprain

An eversion sprain is an uncommon type of ankle sprain that damages the ligaments on the inside of the ankle.  Eversion sprains typically cause less soft tissue damage than inversion sprains.  While ankle sprains are painful, and the swelling and bruising may look scary, it is very rare for there to be an associated fracture and most of the time an x-ray is not necessary. More info>> 

Plantar Fasciitis

The plantar fascia is a piece of thick connective tissue located along the bottom of the foot. Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the plantar fascia, causing pain along the bottom of the foot and heel. More info>>

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome is commonly known as “Shin Splints” and refers to pain along the front of the shin. This condition is most common in runners, basketball players, soccer players, and dancers. While MTSS itself is fairly benign, training through prolonged symptoms can lead to stress fractures. More info>>

Achilles Tendinitis

The achilles tendon connects your calf muscle to the back of your heel.  Achilles tendonitis is a chronic overuse condition which causes inflammation at the achilles tendon. More info>>

Achilles Strain/Rupture

Your achilles tendon is a large tendon connecting your calf muscle to your heel.  A stain/tear in this tendon can cause significant pain, and an inability to run and jump properly.  Full rupture of this tendon is most common in “weekend warriors” in their 40s and 50s.  More info>>