Best Post-Foot Surgery Recovery Tips for Nervous Podiatry Patients

Foot surgery is often followed by a long recovery process that may be helped or hindered by a patient’s actions. The list of common actions that may waylay a podiatrist patient’s road back to foot health includes, but is not restricted to tobacco use, weight-bearing too soon, comorbidities, secondary infections, age, poor nutrition and medication regiments that include immunosuppressants....

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Broken Ankles Can Be Successfully Treated By Podiatrists

Broken ankles are one of the most common, worrisome injuries that can occur among active individuals. Broken ankle injuries typically occur when an individual falls, trips or ends up in some form of accident (i.e. bike crash). Most of the damage is generally caused by the initial impact or moving the ankle in an awkward way. On a positive note, a Center Line podiatrist visit may help resolve...

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Tips for Making Foot Surgery Recovery a Breeze

So you’ve decided to get foot surgery to repair that broken ankle. Good for you. Have you thought about what you are going to do after the foot surgery is complete? If not, there is never going to be a better time to prepare for the post-surgery recovery period than now. Here are a few recuperation tips from our Center Line podiatry team: Remember that foot surgery will limit your mobility...

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