Foot & Ankle Articles2018-08-21T13:04:12-05:00

Articles Category: Foot & Ankle

Why patients should choose an orthopedic foot & ankle specialist

Why patients should choose an orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon Explained by Dr. Gregory Kirwan and Dr. Karl Henrikson Dr. Greg Kirwan, DO is a board-certified orthopedic foot and ankle specialist and physician owner at OSMS. He is seeing patients [...]

Everything you need to know about total ankle replacement surgery

Everything you need to know about total ankle replacement surgery by Dr. Karl Henrikson Dr. Henrikson is one of OSMS’ orthopedic foot and ankle specialists. While he can treat most orthopedic conditions, his expertise lies in foot and ankle treatment. [...]

Causes of foot pain all runners need to know

Many runners have a love/hate relationship with their feet. They are a runner’s most important tool, but they also suffer a lot of pain from all the hard work. All types of runners from casual joggers to marathon champions are [...]

Put Your Best Foot Forward: Preventing Foot & Ankle Injuries

A professional basketball player goes up for a layup, comes down on an opponent’s foot and rolls his ankle. All athletes run the risk of ankle and foot injuries whenever they practice or play. But they aren’t the only ones [...]

The Importance of Keeping Your Feet Healthy

According to the American Podiatric Medical Association, nearly eight out of ten people have experienced foot pain and those who suffer from chronic foot pain are significantly more likely to have pain in other parts of their body. “Feet are [...]

6 Questions about Foot and Ankle Arthritis Answered by Foot and Ankle Specialist Dr. Gregory Kirwan

Support and balance while standing. Mobility for walking. Shock absorption for running and jumping. These are some of the very important roles that the feet and ankles play in our everyday lives. Behind these important jobs are the many bones [...]

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