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  • It’s Nutcracker Season! Tips for Dancers to Avoid Foot and Ankle Injuries

    It’s Nutcracker Season! Tips for Dancers to Avoid Foot and Ankle Injuries

    The Nutcracker is a very popular winter ballet that serves an inspiration for many budding ballerinas and male dancers. A lot of preparation and practice goes into creating a graceful and seemingly effortless performance. The foot and ankle joints are particularly stressed and special care should be taken to ensure they are in good condition.

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  • 5 Easy Ways to Help with Foot and Ankle Pain

    5 Easy Ways to Help with Foot and Ankle Pain

    Do you often experience foot and ankle pain at the end of the day? Does swelling and heaviness in your feet interfere with routine activities of daily living? Don’t take foot pain lying down; the condition of your feet is a good indicator of your overall health. Here are 5 easy ways to help with foot and ankle pain:

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  • 7 Signs You’re Wearing the Wrong Shoes

    7 Signs You’re Wearing the Wrong Shoes

    According to the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society, choosing the right type of shoes play a critical role in ensuring your feet and ankles are healthy. Here are 7 signs that might indicate you are wearing the wrong shoes

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  • What “Shop ‘til you Drop” Can Mean for Your Feet

    What “Shop ‘til you Drop” Can Mean for Your Feet

    The coming of the holiday season will undoubtedly involve a lot of festive shopping. But you need to be mindful of what a “Shop ‘til you Drop” attitude can mean for your feet.

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  • Common Pickleball Injuries and How to Avoid Them

    Common Pickleball Injuries and How to Avoid Them

    Pickleball is a popular sport that’s a lot of fun to play. Players move around a court to hit the pickleball over a net with a paddle. It provides exercise for the entire body.

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  • Ankle Pain While You Run?

    Ankle Pain While You Run?

    The act of running puts a lot of strain on your ankles. With each stride you take, the ankle joint is subjected to the weight of your entire body plus the extra force of gravity. Not surprisingly, ankle pain is a common problem among runners.

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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.