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A hammertoe is a deformity that causes the toe to bend or contract downward instead of pointing straight. This deformity can affect any of the lesser toes of the foot - toes 2 through 5. We see hammertoes most commonly of the second or third toe. It's...

The classic bunion is a bump on the side of the great toe joint. Although it’s described that way, it’s much more. This bump represents an actual deviation of the 1st metatarsal. In addition, there is also deviation of the great toe toward the second...

We all know relationships are important. The surgeons at Strash Foot and Ankle Care pride themselves on maintaining a close and caring relationship with all of their patients. To further our goal of optimal outcomes and high patient satisfaction we enjoy a close working relationship...

The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) recently released guidance on when a patient with COVID is no longer infectious, optimal time to wait after recovery from COVID to schedule elective procedures, and guidelines for repeat COVID testing.When is a patient with COVID-19 no longer infectious?Key...

I am both excited and honored to be featured on video speaking about plantar fasciitis treatment and Revance, a biotechnology company focused on innovative aesthetics and therapeutics. Watch the video, here. Revance & Planter Fasciitis Plantar fasciitis is a painful and sometimes debilitating condition caused by the...

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...