Dr. Brett Grebing, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in the foot and ankle, discusses flat foot deformities and how to treat them.
Bone spurs are actually a result of your body’s good intentions gone wrong.
The human skeleton, by adulthood, has 206 bones. That’s a lot of potential for something to break. Fortunately, our bones are surprisingly strong. However, as we age we begin to lose bone density, making the bones more susceptible to a break or fracture. A healthy diet and regular physical activity are essential for maintaining strongContinue reading “Fracture Care”