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Subluxing or dislocating peroneal tendons are a relatively uncommon condition. Patients will complain about the tendons on the outside of the ankle “popping out” or snapping when rotating their ankle.  Patients will often complain of a weak ankle on the involved side stating their ankle...

Who wants pain after surgery? No one. And the anxiety is huge when it comes to thinking about post-operative pain. There are several things a surgeon can do to reduce post-operative pain and one of the best is the use of EXPAREL®.EXPAREL® is a local anesthetic...

Patients often ask us which athletic shoe is “best”. The answer to that question is complicated and is almost always different for each patient. Our shoe recommendations are based on the following 3 criteria:• Individual Biomechanical Assessment • Activity • Need for custom orthosesIndividual Biomechanical Assessment All patients...

While we have always placed safety first, the Strash Foot & Ankle Care team is immediately implementing the following precautions in light of the COVID-19 virus.If a patient or visitor has traveled to China, Iran, South Korea, Europe, Venezuela, New York, California and Washington during...

The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Scientific Conference is always "pure stoke!" It's a meeting of the greatest surgical minds within the foot and ankle world with exciting lectures, entertaining interchange between scientific speakers, visiting with colleagues, learning about new products and procedures,...

You're playing your favorite sport or performing your favorite exercising activity and you "roll your ankle." Is it sprained or did you break a bone?Ankle fractures are common injuries most often caused by the ankle rolling inward or outward. In my practice, they're a daily...

This is a busy and exciting time of year as we get close to the end of 2019. Strash Foot and Ankle Care has experienced measured growth, a conflict-free and enthusiastic staff team, wonderful patient satisfaction, and now exciting new growth and expansion to another...

Pain to the inside portions of our feet can have many causes. Some patients may have a large bump or lump to the inside area of the arch and this could be confused with plantar fasciitis among other things. Many times this enlargement to the...