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What is CryocareTM? Oct 30th, 2017

What is CryoCare? This is a revolutionary technique developed by Dr. Lambarski to treat chronic and acute foot and ankle pain. Over the past 12 years Dr. Lambarski has performed over 3000 CyroCare procedures and have perfected this technique to achieve unbelievable results. Originally developed to freeze painful nerves it...

Clear Nail Procedure Oct 30th, 2017

Toenail Fungus Relief is here using the ClearNail Procedure Are you embarrassed to show your toenails in public? Are you afraid to wear open toe sandals in the summer or go to the beach without covering your feet? This condition, known as onychomycosis or nail fungus affects approximately 10% of...

First Foot Blog Oct 14th, 2015

I am happy to start my new blog. This is an initial test blog about nothing. Please stay tuned for content specific to foot and ankle problems. Regards Dr. Dave

Kobe Takes a Tumble and Tears Achilles Tendon May 3rd, 2013

Kobe Bryant suffered an injury during the middle of a game which will keep him off the court for 6 to 9 months, according to his trainer Gary Vitti via the Lakers’ Twitter account on Saturday. The night before Kobe fell down awkwardly, which appeared to be a torn Achilles heel....

Jennifer Hudson Talks Weight Loss and Heels at Weight Watchers Anniversary Apr 26th, 2013

Celebrity Jennifer Hudson is a passionate spokesperson for the dietary program Weight Watchers, which helped her in achieving her lifelong goal to lose weight. This change to her daily routine allowed Hudson to experience some pain relief in her feet, making it calmer to walk longer distances and to also wear heels....

Fungal Toenails a Concern for those who visit Pedicure Salons Apr 18th, 2013

A pedicure at a salon may be the way to go, by giving pampering your feet with a nice rub and clean toes, However, recent research shows that pedicures might not be as safe and sanitary, as many of us like to think. Instead, it may actually lead to dangerous issues with...

Foot Surgery Costs NFL Player Entire Spring Practice Apr 10th, 2013

David Gilbert underwent foot surgery on Friday as a result of the same foot problem he had during the 2011 season. After fracturing it twice, he will be repairing ligament damage to his right foot. This will cost Gilbert to miss the entire spring practice but hopes he will return for...

Hairline Fracture Occurs in Basketball Player????????s Foot Apr 4th, 2013

Antonio Barton of the Memphis Tigers suffered a hairline fracture in his right foot according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal. He will miss roughly 4-6 weeks but there is a chance he could return for the end of the season. Fortunately, Barton will not require any surgery but may miss the third round...

Wearing High Heels Can Lead To Flat Feet Mar 28th, 2013

According to writer Raliat-Ahmed-Tusuf of Leadership.ng women wear high heels to boost their confidence, make their legs look longer and sexier, and or to make them more stylish. But according to a study wearing these high heels can damage the feet. The result can lead to flat feet– where the inside...

High Heels Can Wear and Tear Feet As Seen on Celebrity Actress Mar 28th, 2013

Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker twisted her ankle on the set of I Don’t Know How She Does It as a result of wearing less expensive shoes. “For ten or so years, I literally ran in heels. I worked 18-hour days and never took them off. I wore beautiful...

Veteran Runner Gives Pointers For Choosing Good Running Shoes Mar 14th, 2013

Chelsea McKell, the owner of UtahRunningGuide.com and former Brigham Young University cross-country athlete, urges those who have had trouble running not to give up. As an avid runner McKell has experience with choosing running shoes and so she offers some tips to others looking to select the perfect pair. Buying...

Surgery Removes Debilitating Hammertoes For UK Woman Mar 7th, 2013

Ellen Kreiter was able to walk again for the first time in seven weeks due to having surgery on her feet. Her walking was very limited due to the hammertoes she had on both feet. According to Kreiter, she had joint deformation and a tight tendon. Surgery was the way...

Young Adults Also Seek Treatment for Bunions Feb 27th, 2013

While women are nine times as likely to get bunions as men, the condition does not seem to further discriminate with young women being affected as well. 26-year-old Kacey Barker of Massachusetts found herself with a painful bunion that kept getting worse and even caused her to limit the athletic activities she...

Seahawks Tight End Injures Foot Feb 20th, 2013

Tight end Zach Miller of the Seattle Seahawks left the matchup against the Atlanta Falcons after injuring his foot. If Miller’s injury continues to restrain his ability, it will be more difficult for the team to enjoy success throughout next year, especially for rookie quarterback Russell Wilson. No further updates regarding his...

Lakers Power Forward Plantar Fasciitis Feb 14th, 2013

LA Lakers Pau Gasol was diagnosed with plantar fasciitis; or inflammation of a tendon in the foot’s sole. According to Los Angeles Times Editor Eric Pincus, plantar fasciitis is an injury that can be resolved with treatment and orthotics. Gasol had missed eight games prior due to knee tendinitis. However, Gasol is...

Study Shows Diabetic Foot Ulcers Linked to Earlier Death Feb 7th, 2013

According to a new study published in November’s edition of the journal Diabetologia, people with diabetes who develop foot ulcers are at more risk of dying prematurely than those without the complication. Researchers from the St George’s University of London investigated the correlation between diabetic foot ulcers and death rate. The...

Barefoot Running Brings Positive Changes For Some Jan 30th, 2013

61-year-old runner Jan Hetherington has been running barefoot for three years, one of many runners who decided to leave their shoes at home, and opt-in barefoot running. “It’s the feeling of being barefoot and having your feet on the ground and that real connection to the ground and the feeling that goes...

Serena Williams Wins In Spite of Ankle Injury Jan 23rd, 2013

American tennis star Serena Williams defeated Edina Gallovits-Hall in the Australian Open on Tuesday, despite suffering an ankle injury. “Oh, I’ll be out there, she said. “I mean, unless something fatal happens to me, there’s no way I’m not going to be competing. I’m alive. My heart’s beating. I’ll be fine,” Williams...

Houston’s DeVier Posey Injuries Achilles Tendon After First Touchdown Reception Jan 15th, 2013

Houston Texan’s rookie wide receiver DeVier Posey had a bittersweet performance in his postseason game against the New England Patriots, scoring his first ever career touchdown reception but also tearing his Achilles tendon late in the 4th quarter. According to sources, Posey will need surgery to correct the injury and might not be available...