Is tarsal coalition rare and is tarsal coalition genetic? Learn more about tarsal coalition and its symptoms, treatment and recovery.
Find out what a corn on the foot looks like, what causes corns to form, how to treat a corn with at-home remedies or when to seek care from a professional..
Trigger finger, also known as stenosing tenosynovitis, is a condition causing a feeling of locking or catching when you try to bend or straighten your finger.
Elbow bursitis occurs in the olecranon, which is the pointy bone in the elbow.
What is the best treatment for arthritis in the hands or wrist? How do you treat arthritis in the fingers, hand or wrist? Learn more about the best treatment.
What are the symptoms and causes of ulnar nerve damage and how do you treat it? OrthoIndy hand, wrist and elbow specialists can diagnose and treat your pain.
If you feel like you’re walking on a marble or rock and have pain in the ball of your foot, you may have Morton’s neuroma and should consider orthopedic shoes.
Vertical talus or congenital talus is diagnosed at birth. It is a rare deformity that babies are born with that affects the development of their foot’s arch.
Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), also referred to as hip impingement, is when extra bone grows along one or both of the bones that form the hip joint.
When an infant’s foot is turned inward, usually so severely that the bottom of their foot faces sideways or upward, it is often referred to as clubfoot.
When a child with bowed legs stands with their feet together, there is a noticeable space between their lower legs and knees. Learn how bow legs are diagnosed and corrected.
Rickets is a condition that causes weak or soft bones in children. Learn what causes rickets and how it can be corrected or prevented.
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