How Do I Treat an Ankle Sprain?
The ankle is a joint that is put under a lot of pressure to support the body while walking, running, jumping, and standing. With four ligaments stabilizing and ...Read More
Minimize Ankle Injuries with Strengthening Exercises
Ankle instability can result in injuries that prevent you from exercising, participating in athletic events, or even enjoying simple daily activities. There are specific exercises you can perform ...Read More
Plantar Fasciitis Pain Relief
Plantar fasciitis can be extremely debilitating, making it difficult for patients who suffer with the condition to stand or walk, especially first thing in the morning. Treating plantar ...Read More
What Is a Bunion?
A bunion, otherwise known as hallux valgus, is the most common deformity of the forefoot. Both hereditary and environmental factors may contribute to the condition. The incidence is ...Read More
What Are the Three Types of Sprains?
This time of year, as students return to school and fall sports resume, we see a lot of sprains. A sprained ankle can be a minor inconvenience, or ...Read More
Faces of Westchester
Minimally invasive surgery means smaller incisions, less postoperative pain, faster recovery, and a better cosmetic result. James R. McWilliam, MD, is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in ...Read More
Can Plantar Fasciitis Go Away On Its Own?
Your foot has a long, thick tissue, called the plantar fascia, that runs from your heel to your toes. This tissue supports your foot muscles and the arch. ...Read More
How Do I Get Rid of my Bunion?
If you have an unsightly and painful bump on the outside of your big toe, you may have a bunion. What Are Bunions? Bunions are bony bumps that ...Read More