Trench foot is a condition that occurs when a foot is exposed to water and wetness for a prolonged period of time. The condition gets its name from World War I, as a number of soldiers developed the problem after being exposed to wet and damp conditions “in the trenches.” Although you aren’t likely to […]
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Spring is here, which means it’s almost time to dust off the hiking boots and hit some of the scenic trails here in Minnesota. Hiking is a great way to spend the afternoon and get some exercise, but long excursions can take a toll on our feet. Today, we share four tips for keeping your feet […]
Last summer I shared a blog post titled “The Weight of Honor.” You can read about it by clicking on the link, but the post talked about a film that was being produced that took a look at how life changes for military families after their loved one returns home from service with a catastrophic […]
After several ankle sprains I went in to see Dr. Silverman. He explained that my ligaments were damaged and things would only get worse unless I had surgery to correct the issue. Dr. Silverman solved all of my problems, and got me back to 100%. If you need surgery, get it before your injuries get worse. Dr. Silverman is a great surgeon – he will take good care of you!
-Lilli (Ankle Ligament Reconstruction Surgery)