Sports and Exercise Training – Ouch! What do I do if I’m Injured? Part Two of Two By Anderson Podiatry Center, in consult with Dr. Stephen Wilkinson, DPM, Sports Medicine Specialist at Anderson Podiatry Center Injury Treatment Plan In our last blog we covered the steps Dr Wilkinson takes to obtain a complete analysis that…

Sports and Exercise Training – Ouch! What do I do if I’m Injured? By Anderson Podiatry Center, in consult with Dr. Stephen Wilkinson, DPM, Sports Medicine Specialist Congratulations! You’re training for an event, have begun or are maintaining an exercise routine and are motivated to compete or sustain your regime habit. You are to be…

Sports and Exercise Training and Injury: The Good, The Bad, and The Answer By Stephen Wilkinson, DPM The Goal (aka: The Good): Just imagine that you have trained for a running event, such as a full marathon or half marathon, for anywhere from three to six months and have spent thousands of direct and indirect…

Walking On My Toes Elsie didn’t have time for heel pain. She loved being active and going for runs, and suddenly heel pain had stopped her in her tracks. “I was walking on my toes,” Elsie said. “The pain was so bad, I couldn’t put any pressure on my heels. So I had to stop…

On My Feet All Day As a kindergarten teacher for many years, Grace was used to being on her feet all day. “I was busy,” Grace says, “And I just didn’t have time to address all my aches and pains.” Grace had pain in her big toes, but she ignored it and kept up with…

The new year is here, and for many of us that means it’s time to focus on our health, and address some of those lingering issues we’ve been putting off. Today, I will share a success story of a patient who was dealing with chronic joint and tendon pain for several years. My goal is…

24 Years in the Military Raymond Evans was accustomed to toughing out pain. But after serving for 24 years in the military, he was experiencing chronic foot pain that had become debilitating. Now working in the mail business, Raymond’s job required him to be on his feet all day every day, and it was becoming…

Achilles tendon pain

We all start life with a limited number of bone and joint “poker chips” and these are not distributed fairly. Our genetics as passed on by our parents goes a long way to determine how prone we are to chronic tendonitis or arthritis. The different types of activities we do over the years for work…

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