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Author: Dr. Wally Strash

As a foot and ankle surgeon, I’ve learned (and continue to learn) a lot about ankles, feet and toes, and the one thing that seems to stay rather consistent with this area of practice are all of the funny and hard to pronounce names associated...

This week I was privileged to give Alamo Heights High School student Matthew Rendon an inside, close and personal look at what I do as a foot and ankle surgeon. I’ve done this for a while, now, hosting high school students who are interested in...

It could be as simple as a stroll down the street or as complex as making the winning shot for your basketball team – sprained ankles come when you least expect it and often when doing an activity you’re used to doing, like, for example,...

Bunions are a fairly common disorder that is hereditary – not the bunion itself, but rather the foot. Yes, it’s a bit confusing, but basically, you inherit a foot from your relative(s) that makes a person more likely to develop a bunion.So what exactly is...

Nothing says celebration like the Fourth of July. Full of picnics, barbecues, fireworks, pools, and maybe even an adult beverage or two, Independence Day is the epitome of the American party.But it’s not all fun and games. A LOT of injuries happen during Fourth of...