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Category Archives: Foot Pain

Do You Have to Treat Plantar Fasciitis

Foot Pain | Feb 5, 2020

Do You Have to Treat Plantar Fasciitis?

Have you ever felt a stabbing pain in the heels of your feet as you take your first few steps in the morning? Or noticed a sharp pain near the heels of your feet after standing on your feet all day? If so, you might be struggling with plantar fasciitis. At AICA Orthopedics, we recommend […]

Podiatrist vs. Orthopedist

Foot Pain | Feb 18, 2020

Podiatrist vs. Orthopedist

If you have ever experienced a foot or ankle injury, you might have wondered whether you should see a podiatrist or an orthopedist. Many of the same conditions can be treated by both podiatrists and orthopedists, though their biggest differences come with their medical training and treatment planning. While podiatrists emphasize their specialization from the […]

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Accident FAQS, Foot Pain | Aug 20, 2020

What Can a Leg Doctor Treat After an Accident?

While you may associate car accidents with injuries like whiplash, concussions, or cuts and scrapes, legs are actually very commonly injured in these scenarios. During impact, your legs may move in unnatural or abnormal ways that can cause them to react badly. Legs can also be caught in crushed parts of a vehicle, like under […]

How to Treat a Sprained Ankle

Ankle Pain, Foot Pain | Sep 3, 2020

How to Treat a Sprained Ankle

One of the most common injuries that people suffer each year is a sprained ankle. Whether it’s simply walking, playing a sport, or a fall, sprained ankles can be caused by a number of popular activities and are generally considered easy to treat at home. However, ankle sprains can be severe and lead to more […]

Can an Accident Cause Numbness in Your Toes

After An Accident, Foot Pain | Nov 5, 2020

Can an Accident Cause Numbness in Your Toes?

If you are having back pain, you might also wonder why in the world your toes are numb. It can seem like quite a stretch for an injury in your back to affect your feet, but it is actually more common than you might think! That’s because your spinal column actually serves to protect your […]

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