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stem cell treatment for foot pain

Stem Cell Treatment for Foot Pain: Learn the Truth.

Foot pain can be debilitating. Dr. Schultz discusses the 7 major causes of foot pain, traditional treatment options, stem cell treatment options, the different types of stem cells, factors that will influence the specific stem cell treatment plan, and the advantages of stem cells over steroids and surgery.

tibial nerve injury presentation by Dr. Markle of Centeno-Schultz Clinic

Tibial Nerve Injury: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment Options

Introduction Today we’re going to be talking about how to treat tibial nerve injury. We’ll be discussing exactly what is the tibial nerve is, the muscles the tibial innervates, how the nerve can be injured, as well as potential treatments for this. So let’s start off with what muscles are innervated by the tibial nerve. … Continued

Morton's Toe and Morton's Neuroma

Morton’s Toe And Morton’s Neuroma: What You Need To Know

Morton’s Toe vs. Morton’s Neuroma – A small course on what they are and what can be done to treat them.  Transcript Dr. John Schultz Hi, everybody. This is Dr. Schultz with the Centeno-Schultz Clinic. I thought we’d have a little fun today. You know, summer’s here and we’re having fun. Some of us are … Continued

navicular bone pain

3 Things to Know About Navicular Bone Pain

Foot pain can be crippling.  Where is Navicular Bone?  Why Does my Navicular Bone Hurt?  How do you treat Navicular bone pain?  Let’s dig in. Where is Navicular Bone? There are 26 bones in the foot.  The Navicular Bone is a small C-shaped bone located on the inside portion of the midfoot.  It is nestled … Continued

life after talonavicular fusion

Life After Talonavicular Fusion: What You Should Know

Ankle pain can be excruciating often times making a simple step almost impossible.  What is a Talonavicular fusion?  What are the indications for a Talonavicular fusion?  What are the complications from a Talonavicular fusion?  What does life look like after talonavicular fusion?   Let’s dig in. Foot Anatomy The foot is compromised of  26 bones.  The … Continued

heel pain in the morning

Heel Pain In the Morning

Heel pain in the morning can make the first several steps excruciating.  Given that, what are the causes of pain in the heel?  What is plantar fasciitis?  Can plantar fasciitis go away on its own?  Are steroid injections helpful?  Let’s dig in What Causes Pain in the Heel? Heel pain is a common foot disorder … Continued

plantar plate injury

Plantar Plate Injury

A plantar plate injury is a surprisingly common problem and one, in my experience, that often goes undiagnosed. What is it and how can you fix it? Does it always need surgery? Let’s dig in. What is a Plantar Plate Injury? The toes have some special reinforcement on the bottom of the joint called the … Continued

gymnast with foot pain

Young Gymnast with Foot Pain Caused by Her Back?

The modern world of orthopedics consists of hyperspecialists who focus on treating injured athletes based on their individual broken and painful parts. So the knee doctor treats the athlete with knee pain, the foot and ankle doctor treats the athlete with foot pain, and the spine doctor treats the athlete with back pain. At the … Continued

Torn Tendon In Foot

Torn tendons in foot are a common cause of pain and disability. The Achilles tendon is a frequently torn tendon in foot. The Achilles tendon is a thick band of fibrous tissue that connects the gastrocnemius muscle to the heel bone. It is the largest tendon in the human body. Contraction of the gastrocnemius muscle … Continued

achilles tendinitis

PRP Treatment in an Ironman Triathlete with Achilles Tendinitis

Achilles tendon problems can significantly limit your activity level, and this can be particularly concerning if you are a high-level athlete. Missing out on training due to an injury can be not only physically draining but also mentally draining. One such example is of an Achilles tendinitis was in a seven-time Ironman triathlete patient of … Continued