Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails are very common and affect people of all ages.

Ingrown toenails can become infected. Infection is characterized by swelling, redness, pain and drainage.

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Radial Shockwave Treatment

Radial shockwave therapy is a technology employed by Dr. Nodelman at District Foot and Ankle. The way this technology works is similar to devices that deliver shockwaves to obliterate kidney stones (a procedure known as “lithotripsy”); however, the intensity of energy used for musculoskeletal applications is much less.

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Ankle Joint Arthoscopy

Ankle joint arthroscopy, also known as a “scope procedure” is an advanced, minimally invasive modality. This procedure allows for visualization of the ankle joint through very small incisions that are usually around 5-mm in length. When a procedure is tackled “arthroscopically”, it allows for smaller incisions, less scar tissue, and depending on the procedure, typically a shorter recovery.

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Plantar fasciitis

This is the most common foot problem I see in my practice.

Plantar fasciitis (or more appropriately coined “fasciosis”) is an overuse syndrome of a large ligament that spans the undersurface (plantar) foot. The ligament spans from its origin on the heel bone and eventually fans out into five separate ligaments, each of which will attach to all five toes

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