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Knee Injuries Prone to Men
Men are more likely to tear their ACL than women.
I Broke My Neck And Stayed Positive About The Future
Francesco Clark, president of Clark's Botanicals, talks with HuffPost Live host Jacob Soboroff about surviving after breaking his neck and moving forward in a positive way.
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Surgical Solution for Hammertoes
Podiatrist Dr. Ali Sadrieh performs an outpatient procedure to correct a callused hammertoe, before the deformity worsens and requires a more invasive surgery.
Kevin Ware's Basketball Injury
Louisville basketball guard Kevin Ware recently suffered a gruesome injury on the court. The Doctors and former NFL Hall-of-Famer Joe Theismann weigh in.
Virtual Rehabilitation Therapy
It make look like a video game, but it's actually physical therapy helping patients recover from surgery. It may also benefit patients with Parkinson's Disease or stroke survivors.
Dr. Ordon's Knee Injury
Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon injured his knee and paid a visit to his college friend orthopedic surgeon Dr. Louis Rose, to determine if he can heal with rehabilitation or if surgery is necessary.
Toe-Shortening Surgery Results
Krystal has a skeletal abnormality in her feet where her metatarsals grew longer than others and caused her big toes to noticeably protrude. See the dramatic difference in Krystal’s feet after undergoing toe-shortening surgery. Plus, podiatrist and foot surgeon Dr. Ali Sadrieh explains how the surgery was performed.
Low Levels of Vitamin D Can Contribute to Knee Pain
Low levels of vitamin D may contribute to the pain of knee osteoarthritis among African Americans.
Bone-Stretching Foot Surgery Explained
Cristal, 21, has been living with an embarrassing and unsightly foot condition since she was eight years old. The rare deformity usually affects the fourth toe, as in Cristal’s case, and develops when growth plates in the metatarsals prematurely stop growing. After undergoing a specialized surgery, see how a mini-rail fixator allows Cristal to gradually elongate the bones in her toes with a hand-cranked device.
New Removable Cast Helps Heal Broken Bones
A bone break can be very painful and the device used to heal it can be very annoying! But something new could mean the end of big, itchy, stinky casts!
Battling Back Pain
New research looks at whether corticosteroid injections ease the pain of sciatica.
New Method to Determine Concussion Damage
Despite the millions of athletes who are injured with traumatic brain injuries every year ... many of them young children hit during a soccer or football game ... there's still no real objective method to assess how much damage has been done.
Minimally Invasive Bunion-Removal Surgery Explained
Podiatrist Dr. Ali Khosroabadi explains a minimally invasive bunion-removal procedure with rapid recovery time and minimal scarring.
Giving Thanks to a Wounded Military Veteran
On April 29, 2006, Sgt. Joshua Hooker was part of the 101st Airborne, stationed in Baghdad, Iraq, when he and another soldier were struck by an improvised explosive device. Sgt. Hooker joins The Doctors to discuss what gave him the courage and strength to persevere after his life-changing injury. Plus, The Doctors give thanks to Sgt. Hooker’s service by providing him with physical therapy and technological tools to enhance his life.
Bone-Stretching Fix for Deformed Feet
Cristal, 21, has been living with an embarrassing and unsightly foot condition since she was eight years old. The rare deformity usually affects the fourth toe, as in Cristal’s case, and develops when growth plates in the metatarsals prematurely stop growing. Cristal visits podiatrist and founder of Foot & Ankle Alliance Dr. Alireza Khosroabadi for a groundbreaking bone-stretching surgery to fix her abnormal toes.
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