News Articles on 'Podiatry & Orthotics'
What’s an orthotic and how might it help you?
It’s hard to argue against that advice, but according to New Minas based podiatrist Caroline Leverett, there might be something to add to it. That something, says Leverett, is a custom foot orthotic. A foot orthotic is a device that is inserted into your ...
Source: The Chronicle Herald
Published: 15 May 2018
Foot Orthotic Insoles Market: SWOT Analysis of Major Market Segments
podiatrist, orthopedist pedorthist, chiropractor, or any other health professional with a background in biomechanics, in order to steady, and correct biomechanical misalignment of the feet and lower limbs. Foot orthotic insoles market segmentation is into ...
Source: Digital Journal
Published: 18 May 2018
NCMA Welcomes John D. Hollander DPM and the NCMA Foot and Ankle Program
Dr. John D. Hollander graduated from California College of Podiatric Medicine and specializes in podiatry, orthotics, diabetic wound care and limb salvage, biomechanics and sports medicine, and shockwave therapy. He is a board-certified foot surgeon and ...
Published: 15 May 2018
Jennifer Tauber, DPM: ‘Relief and comprehensive, conservative care’
The podiatry practice offers a gait analysis room, where sensors can detect issues causing foot pain, allowing Dr. Tauber to create or alter orthotics. “Heel pain is a common issue and often something people ignore or think will go away on its own ...
Source: New Canaan Advertiser
Published: 17 May 2018
Lone Star Podiatry now open in Bee Cave
Lone Star Podiatry had its ribbon cutting May 2. The foot health treatment center is located at the Medical Towers at Bee Cave, 3944 RM S. 620, Bldg. 6, Ste. 204. The business offers custom orthotics and sports medicine therapies. 512-263-5454.
Source: Community Impact Newspaper
Published: 08 May 2018
Shuropody Ilford reopens on High Road
and provide you with the right off-the-shelf insole right up to full custom-made orthotics to make walking easier. If your current shoes are causing you pain or discomfort, Shuropody has a range for you. FreedomFit is among one of the podiatrist-approved ...
Source: Ilford Recorder
Published: 10 May 2018
Body & Sole: What Your Feet May Be Saying About Your Health
Supportive footwear and orthotics can help correct the issue ... ankles and legs should warrant a call to your doctor rather than a podiatrist. Sometimes swelling appears because there’s too much fluid in the body and it builds up in the extremities.
Source: Everything Zoomer
Published: 14 May 2018
The Best Shoes for Flat Feet, According to Podiatrists
“Flat feet can be tricky,” says Minnesota-based podiatrist Paul Langer, DPM. “Just because you have flat feet doesn’t mean you’re doomed to have foot problems. Some people do just fine with flat feet.” And the causes of flat footedness may be j ...
Published: 08 May 2018
What are orthotics?
Custom orthotics are usually made by a podiatrist and are designed specifically for that ... Kingston (978-8392), and Savanna-la-Mar (955-3154). She is a member of the Health and Care Professions Council in the United Kingdom.
Source: The Jamaica Observer
Published: 17 Dec 2017
Podiatrist talks summer foot wear, proper care and common complaints
Changing shoes and use of off-loading padding or orthotics can greatly reduce the amount of callus build-up. Patients with diabetes, neuropathy or poor circulation should see a podiatrist for treatment of their corns and calluses and not try to remove them ...
Published: 01 May 2017
Treatment for kids’ flat feet includes orthotics, physical therapy
A podiatrist might suggest a custom-made orthotics device be placed in the child’s shoes, depending on whether the child is experiencing symptoms such as pain or the beginning of other foot deformities. Or he may just watch the child periodically or ...
Published: 05 Apr 2016
All Orthotics Aren’t Created Equal
In fact, 58 percent of Americans have said they have had heel pain due to ill-fitting shoes, according to the American Podiatric Medical Association. If you’re looking for relief, both store-bought shoe inserts and orthotics fit inside your shoes — and ...
Source: The Morning Call
Published: 12 Nov 2016
Better posture? The secret’s in your feet
Improving foot core stability is the latest fitness target among those preoccupied with avoiding rounded shoulders and back pain. Last week, it was a focus of the podiatry and orthotics lectures at…
Source: The Times
Published: 21 May 2018
Podiatrist helps people put best foot forward with orthotics
One-fourth of all people have flat feet, and Spearfish podiatrist Dr. Lorri Riley has invented a product she says can provide them with prescription-quality orthotic support at the price of an over-the-counter product. Riley and her product won second ...
Source: Rapid City Journal
Published: 22 Apr 2012
Not just for grandma anymore, Sols aims to make orthotics cool
Also, the company has launched an ad campaign that emphasizes the excitement of orthotics rather than the AARP generation's genuine medical need for a podiatric pain relief. "Improve your posture, align your balance, and live your life," the campaign ...
Source: New York Daily News
Published: 08 May 2015
Are over-the-counter orthotics a good idea?
a podiatrist and director of scientific affairs for the American Podiatric Medical Association. Some insurance coverage will cover orthotics, but it will typically only reimburse you for the custom orthotics, not the over-the-counter ones, Christina said.
Source: Chicago Tribune
Published: 30 Mar 2011
Borer: Podiatrist gets you back on your feet
Podiatrists help relieve foot pain, sores, swelling and numbness with a range of therapies including medication, supportive footwear/orthotic inserts, physical therapy and minimally invasive surgery. Should I see a podiatrist? A podiatrist can diagnose ...
Source: Columbus Telegram
Published: 19 Sep 2017
NH board orders Peterborough podiatrist's license remain suspended
A state board has ordered that the license of a Peterborough-area podiatrist remain under suspension until ... Injectable medications were stored in a room with an orthotic grinder, which “creates significant airborne dust,” according to the order.
Source: The Keene Sentinel
Published: 27 Nov 2014
The New York Times
In the Personal Best column in Tuesday’s Science Times, Gina Kolata asks Benno M. Nigg, a professor of biomechanics at the University of Calgary, whether orthotics, those inserts that athletes and others slip in their shoes, really help to prevent ...
Source: New York Times Blogs
Published: 17 Jan 2011
Tyson Green, DPM - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana
Dr. Green is a podiatric surgeon, specializing in the treatment of foot and ankle injuries and conditions. He is originally from Lafayette and received his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Louisiana State University. He earned his Doctor of ...
Published: 19 Aug 2009