Blog posts tagged in podiatrist
Atlantic Foot & Ankle will Rock the Marathon
Runners! On your mark, get set, GO! What an adrenaline rush you get while participating in a half or full marathon with hundreds of people. The staff at AFAS has the pleasure to be a part of the 2012 Savannah Rock n Roll Marathon!
This fun bun-ion quiz has been brought to you by your friendly neighborhood podiatrist, Dr. Kristian Jeffress, DPM.
1. What is a bunion? A bunion is an enlargement of the of the bone and soft tissue surrounding the big toe. This makes your foot look like you have a bump on the inside of the...
Beloved Jeopardy host Alex Trebek injured his Achilles tendon while chasing a burglar. We discuss his Achilles injury treatment options.
Dr. Kristian Jeffress loves fashionable shoes, but knows they can be a minefield of problems for your feet. Learn how to successfully navigate the front lines of fashion in heels that don't destroy your feet.
This series will explore the most common running injuries, their treatment, and prevention. In this entry, Black Toe AKA Runner's Toe.
Having a bout with gout? This blog gives you the lowdown on this disease, it's causes, and treatments.
It can take time and patience to gain the trust of a patient. It's important to remember that you may not know what a patient is going through in their personal life.
Is the best way to treat a ganglion cyst (also know as a bible cyst) to just smash it? Well, no...
Last week I spent some time treating patients in my home town of Montreal.
Many individuals have never gone to visit a podiatrist or neglect to think that their feet should be check just like their teeth. When some people finally decide to see a foot & ankle specialists, they notice had they went a long time ago, possible issues could have been caught and treated in the early stages....