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  • Breakaway and keep all your Athletes in the game

    2019 State of the Art SOCCER MEDICINE
    An update from Kids to the MLS
    September 20 - 21, 2019 | Miami, FL

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  • Dr. ST (Ted) Hansen was awarded the Pillars of the AOFAS honor

    On September 14, 2019, Dr. ST (Ted) Hansen was awarded the Pillars of the AOFAS honor – recognition of how important Dr. Hansen has been to the field of foot and ankle orthopaedic surgery. “I am proud to be one of the leaders of the committee to give this award to my mentor, Dr. Hansen,” says Dr. Greisberg.

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  • Which brand of ankle replacement is right for me?

    Fortunately, ankle arthritis is less common than arthritis of the hip or knee. But when it hits, the problem can be life changing. If the pain and limitations are severe enough, surgery may be in order. With technical advances over the past 10 years, many patients come to the office with questions about which brand of ankle replacement is the best one for them.

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  • Do Achilles tendon ruptures need surgical repair?

    Muscle force through the Achilles tendon provides the “spring in our step.” Forces through the tendon are huge even with routine walking, so it’s no wonder that ruptures of the Achilles tendon are common.

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  • We Broke the Same Bone. My Recovery Was a Breeze, Hers an Ordeal. Why?

    Source: The New York Times           Written By: Gina Kolata
    A recent essay in The New England Journal of Medicine was titled "Heart and Sole — Of Metatarsals, Meaning and Medicine." I had to read it. It's not often you come across a reflection on metatarsal fractures, though they are common. I had just recovered from breaking my fifth metatarsal, the slender bone on the outside edge of the foot, so I was curious.

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  • Evolutionary History of the Human Foot

    On the day before the 2016 New York City Marathon, Dr. Justin Greisberg delivered a lecture on the evolution of the human foot at the 2016 Regional Meeting of the American Association of Anatomists. In addition to discussing the evolutionary adaptations required for walking and running upright, Dr. Greisberg discussed more modern trends in barefoot running and issues affecting endurance runners.

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  • Barefoot Running

    Barefoot running has become a popular topic in recent years. Although participants run entirely "unshod" in its truest form, shoe manufacturers have developed minimalist "shoes" (more like gloves for the feet) to protect the feet. To some, barefoot exercise is a chance to get closer to our primitive selves, a chance to get back to nature. To a few scientists, barefoot running is a way to take advantage of how the human foot has evolved. The actual science behind the argument for unshod running is weak, though.

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