What causes intoeing (pigeon-toed)?
Sometimes when a child walks or runs, the feet turn inward instead of pointing straight ahead. This is commonly referred to as intoeing or being “pigeon-toed.”
Latest advancements in robotics and back surgery
Dr. Poulter discusses the benefits of back surgery with a robot, how he is teaching other surgeons and how the robot allows him to develop new spine surgery techniques.
How can I stop slouching?
OrthoIndy sports medicine physician Dr. Scott Gudeman shares how to improve your posture while sitting.
Clubfoot: Symptoms, causes and relief
When an infant’s foot is turned inward, usually so severe that the bottom of the foot faces sideways or upward, it is often referred to as clubfoot.
The danger of extreme dieting for fast weight loss
Can losing weight too fast be dangerous? Learn about rapid weight loss, drastic weight loss methods and ways to lose weight fast and easy.
Turf toe: Symptoms, causes and relief
Turf toe is a sprain of the main joint of the big toe. It typically occurs when the toe is forcibly bent into hyperextension.
Pros and cons of juicing
Juicing has become a popular trend. Knowing how to add juices to your diet can benefit your health and be a great way to consume lots of nutrients and vitamins.
How do I start eating healthy?
Read our tips for healthy eating including how to eat healthy on a budget, how to make a healthy meal plan, how to eat healthy every day and food diary must-knows.
What is a fractured talus (broken ankle)?
Because of the high-energy force that causes a broken ankle or talus fractures, surgery is almost always necessary and depends on the severity and type of fracture.
How do I start exercising?
It can be difficult to stay motivated to exercise. Read our tips on best exercises for beginners, how to exercise at home or at the gym and how to stay motivated.
How do you know if your toe is fractured or broken?
A fractured toe that is not treated can lead to increased foot pain and arthritis, ultimately affecting your ability to walk.
Is it harmful to crack my knuckles?
OrthoIndy total joint physician, Dr. Troy Roberson, explains the myth behind knuckle cracking.
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