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Welcome Nashville Podiatry to Hendersonville - “Put your feet in our hands” Nashville Podiatry would like to thank Dr. Stan Embree for providing podiatric care to patients in the surrounding Hendersonville area, and we wish him a happy retirement. The office staff of Nashville Podiatry is looking forward to continuing the same quality podiatric care to his patients and welcoming new patients to our practice. Our goal is to educate each patient and begin a relevant treatment program with the...
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Equinus Deformity -   Equinus is a condition in which the upward bending motion of the ankle is limited. Someone with equinus lacks the flexibility to bring the top of the foot toward the front of the leg. People with equinus develop ways to compensate for their limited ankle motion which often leads to other foot problems. The most common methods of compensation are flattening of the arch or picking up the heel early when walking, placing increased pressure on the ball of the foot.   There...
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