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HyProCure

Hyper pronation from misaligned feet can make everyday walking a painful experience that impacts your freedom of movement and quality of life. This situation only gets worse when other complications add to the issue by causing splaying of the foot. Patients with this condition often require wider and typically harder to find shoes that only…

Atlas

The Atlas Foot Alignment Institute specializes in care of a host of foot issues, including ingrown toenails and misaligned feet. With a focus that is centered on the needs of the patient, AFAI certifies doctors through their rigorous program to ensure they provide foot care to exacting standards. Those who have been trained and certified…

Lapiplasty

Bunions can be very painful. With each step, your entire body weight rests on that bunion. Ouch! A common misconception about a bunion is that it is an overgrowth of bone that can simply be “shaved off”. In reality, bunions are complex deformities caused by an unstable joint.

Tendonitis

Tendonitis is a common ailment that affects thousands of Americans every year. The condition is defined by pain, tenderness, or swelling centered around the point where a tendon attaches to the bone. Your tendons are fibrous cords that serve as anchor points between bone and muscle. These structures can become compromised over time due to…

Warts

Plantar Warts grow on your feet’s soles and are the result of being infected by a few of the over 100 strains of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). As you walk these hard growths, press into the feet, causing pain and tenderness in the area surrounding them. While harmless, they can be uncomfortable and inconvenient, interfering…

Foot & Ankle Trauma

The ankle and feet are some of the most complex structures in the body. Comprised of 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments holding together and supporting 33 joints and 26 bones, the opportunity for trauma to this area of the body is high. Injury to these areas can result in painful inflammation that can make it…

Amputation Prevention

Amputation is a real risk for victims of grievous injury, or those living with conditions that result in non-healing wounds such as diabetes patients. Foot problems are particularly prevalent in these patients due to the poor circulation and nerve damage associated with the condition. Proper healing relies on good circulation, and even a tiny cut…

Sports Foot Injury

Fully 25% of all injuries resulting from sports have been revealed to be foot and ankle-related, according to the AAOS (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons). Those recreational activities that involve a lot of running and jumping see the highest rate of injury. Dancing, football, running, and soccer are all extremely demanding on the feet, and…

Diabetic Foot Care

Patients with diabetes have to take special care to avoid complications related to foot health. A combination of poor circulation and nerve damage makes otherwise trivial injuries and conditions involving the feet life-threatening and can result in amputation. Daily inspections are the cornerstone of diabetic patients’ foot health. Dr. Steber helps diabetic patients in the…

Charcot Foot

Charcot foot is a condition defined by a weakening of the joints and bones of the foot to the point where breakage or deformity begins to occur. Deformation of the foot causes pressure points to form that can lead to ulceration, especially in diabetic patients, potentially resulting in amputation or infection. It is a rare…

Bunion Surgery FAQs

Patients of Dr. Steber who are experiencing medical concerns involving bunions, and who are considering Bunion surgery, often have questions. This helpful guide was put together to help ease their concerns and help them prepare for their upcoming treatment. If you finish reading this guide and determine that you have additional questions, reach out to…

Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy is an ailment faced by many diabetic and cancer patients but can occur even outside these conditions. The purpose of the nervous system is to transmit information, feeling, and instructions between the brain and the body. The term ‘peripheral nerve’ refers to those nerves that connect the brain and spinal cord to the…

Foot & Ankle Conditions

Feet, as non-essential as they look, provide some of the key indicators of a person’s health. Experiencing symptoms such as pain, numbing, tingling, and burning sensations can be the markers of a person’s overall well-being, and can indicate further health problems such as arthritis, diabetes, injuries, and nerve problems that many would not notice at…

Limb Salvage & Preservation

Podiatry plays an essential role in limb salvaging. Podiatry can help detect medical conditions ahead of time because the preservation of the body is of the utmost importance when it comes to the care of our patients. Our team of highly skilled podiatrists and surgeons specialize in reconstructive surgery methods, and we deploy numerous treatments…

Flatfeet

Flatfeet occurs when the arches on the inside of your feet flatten, allowing the sole of your feet to touch the floor when standing. Having flat feet is one of the most common and painless conditions, and many people live with flatfeet as a normal part of their daily life. However, injuries, aging, and obesity…

Bunions

Bunions commonly form on the base of the big toe when the bone or tissue near the big toe moves out of place. Because the MTP joint near the big toe carries a lot of the weight, painful lumps can form and can be extremely painful if left untreated. Common causes range from foot stress…

Ankle Pain

Many conditions can cause ankle pain, and the symptoms of ankle pain are often associated with swelling, stiffness, warmth, and redness in the area. Most often, the pain described is an intense, dull ache that occurs when moving the ankle and placing pressure on the affected area. At-home treatments, including ice, rest, elevation, and immobilization,…

Plantar Fascitis

Heel pain can result from many factors, but when it does not go away, it’s commonly known as plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is a common medical condition that affects hundreds of people every day. Our podiatry clinic can help distinguish between all the possibilities that can cause plantar fasciitis and help you treat it with…

Neurogenx

Nerve pain can be an excruciating experience, especially if you experience pain in the feet and ankles. Nerve pain overtime interferes with your mobility and the ability to detect injuries. As part of our established podiatry office, we offer Neurogenx, a revolutionary technology that works to reduce pain through the power of Combination Electroanalgesia Therapy…

Heel Pain

Heel pain can have many factors, but one of the most common causes of heel pain is heel spur syndrome when the band of tissues under the foot inflames due to fault structures of the foot. While other conditions, such as stress fractures, arthritis, and nerve irritations, can cause heel pain, heel spur syndrome can…

Hammertoe

Our podiatrists and surgeons at Dr. Seth J. Steber’s surgical clinic offer expert diagnosis and care for patients with hammertoe, a contractual deformity of the middle joints in the toes, causing the ends of the toes to point downward. Hammertoe most often affects the second toe, but can also occur in the third, fourth, and…

Foot and Ankle Arthritis

Arthritis can impact any joint in the body, with the most common forms of arthritis, such as osteoarthritis and rheumatic arthritis affecting millions of people worldwide. Many times, patients experience foot pain but have a difficult time recognizing the significant culprits of their illness. Many types of arthritis can affect the feet and ankles, causing…

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