• 4 Causes of Heel Pain

    4 Causes of Heel Pain

    Do you know how many steps you take each day? You may not even think about it until you experience heel pain. Heel pain can make each step excruciating.

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  • Signs & Symptoms of an Achilles Tendon Rupture

    Signs & Symptoms of an Achilles Tendon Rupture

    The Achilles tendon is the largest and strongest tendon in the body. It connects the heel bone to your calf muscle. This tendon allows you to point your toes, rise up to your tiptoes, walk, run, and jump.

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  • Nutrition to Put a Spring in Your Step

    Nutrition to Put a Spring in Your Step

    The blooming of trees and the chirping of birds signal the arrival of spring. It’s a great time for outdoor activities. But before stepping into the great outdoors, make sure your body is fueled with the right nutrition to put a spring in your step.

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  • Tips for Walking with a Cast

    Tips for Walking with a Cast

    Walking with cast after a foot and ankle injury can be a challenge. It does take some amount of planning, practice, and patience.

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  • Treating Bursitis: Foot Pain

    Treating Bursitis: Foot Pain

    Foot bursitis is the inflammation of one or more fluid-filled sacs called bursae which cushion the joints in your foot and enable smooth joint movement. When the bursa becomes irritated due to a foot injury, your mobility could be severely compromised. Here’s how to treat foot pain due to bursitis.

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  • Prevent Common Basketball Foot and Ankle Injuries

    Prevent Common Basketball Foot and Ankle Injuries

    Rolling an ankle while on the basketball court is the kind of thing that seems to come out of nowhere. The same movements that you have been executing all day long may suddenly result in an injury without warning. There are quite a few foot and ankle injuries that occur while playing basketball. Here are some things you can do to reduce the risk.

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Bryant S. Ho, M.D.
Dr. Bryant S. Ho is board-certified in orthopaedic surgery and received comprehensive training in the operative and non-operative management of adolescent and adult foot and ankle disorders. He is highly active in both clinical and biomechanical research, and has published numerous articles and book chapters on orthopaedic foot and ankle care. His research has been presented globally across North America, Europe and Asia. Dr. Ho places a strong emphasis on customizing his care for each patient to ensure successful outcomes. He treats all disorders of the foot and ankle including arthritis, tendon ruptures, foot and ankle deformities, acute trauma and fractures, repair of non-unions, total ankle replacements and repair of cartilage lesions.