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A Lisfranc issue can occasionally be mistaken for an ankle issue.

Check out our blog article → https://goo.gl/AecweX

The Lisfranc ligament is a strong band of tissue which connects a couple of these bones. It’s an essential ligament for maintaining the strength and correct alignment of your joint.

To learn more click here → https://goo.gl/AecweX
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The foot comprised of 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than 100 ligaments, tendons, and muscles, the feet and ankles are a part of the human skeletal system that is very complex. Because of this, it can take years of education, training, and practice to become an medical expert in this field. It's essential to understand the difference between an orthopedic surgeon and a podiatrist when you are looking for foot and ankle surgery and care.

http://info.nilssenorthopedics.com/blog/the-difference
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We’ve created an infographic that describes what Plantar Fasciitis is, what the contributing factors are, the symptoms and treatment options.
#plantarfasciitis   #heelpain  
 Take a look at http://hubs.ly/H01pLjp0
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Download our free eBook "A Guide to Plantar Fasciitis." 

If you're finding when you climb out of bed each morning that your first couple steps cause your foot and heel pain, this might be a sign of plantar fasciitis. #plantarfasciitis   #orthopedics   #sportsmedicine  
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Our aim is to offer the same standard of care to all people who are or who is not involved in recreational exercises, dance, or sports no matter what level. This continuum of care approach means you have easy access to all aspects of our team, ensuring your injury be treated from the time of diagnosis through full rehabilitation. #orthopedics   #sportsmedicine  
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If you finding when you climb out of bed each morning that your first couple steps cause your foot and heel pain, this might be a sign of plantar fasciitis, sometimes referred to as joggers heel.

Download our Guide to Plantar Fasciitis Free eBook

This eBook covers:

• What is Plantar Fasciitis?
• Who is at risk?
• Treatments
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