Category: Foot and Ankle Conditions

Fast Facts about Feet

Board-certified podiatrist Kenneth R. Wilhelm, DPM of Clifton Foot & Ankle Center has been in practice for more than 20 years. He knows a thing or two about feet! The entire human body is made up of some amazing parts. But our two feet are the only ones that literally bear the body’s entire weight. […]

Turf Toe Can Take a Long Time to Heal

Pre-season football has already seen a good number of players sidelined by injuries. Here’s what recently caught our interest at Clifton Foot & Ankle Center: Greg Senat’s turf toe injury. Senat of the Baltimore Ravens will be off the field “for a while,” says his coach. It can take a long time to make a […]

Hypermobility and Your Ankles

Hypermobility – or “double jointed” as we call it is something that doesn’t sound very serious. Most of the time as kids, it just meant that you were extra flexible and your fingers could contort in strange ways. However, double jointedness can actually greatly affect a lot of other things including how you walk, your […]

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