Michael C. Greaser, MD

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  • Why You`re Experiencing Ankle Pain While Running and How to Fix It

    Experiencing ankle pain when running is common, but it’s not always enough to stop a determined runner in their tracks. There can be many causes of ankle pain, so it’s important to understand what is causing the pain and when it is enough to warrant a pause or modification to your running routine.

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  • Outcomes Following Ankle Fracture Fixation With or Without Ankle Arthroscopy

    Background: Ankle fractures are one of the most common orthopedic injuries, and although most patients have a satisfactory outcome following operative fixation, there are patients that have persistent pain despite anatomic reduction. Intra-articular injuries have been suggested as one potential cause of these suboptimal outcomes. Our study assesses the clinical impact of performing an ankle arthroscopy during ankle fracture open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF).

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  • Talar Osteonecrosis After Subchondroplasty for Acute Lateral Ligament Injuries: Case Series

    Talar osteonecrosis is a well-described phenomenon following talar neck fracture, but is a rarely described complication after procedures about the foot and ankle. Here we describe the clinical course of 5 cases of talar osteonecrosis following injection of calcium phosphate into the talus

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  • Treatments for Achilles Tendonitis

    The best treatment of an injury to the Achilles tendon is to focus on prevention. Obviously, it's best to avoid injuries altogether, but even in the setting of a problem with the Achilles, one of the most important aspects of treatment is to prevent progression and recurrence of the injury.

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  • Calf Muscle-Strengthening Exercises

    Calf-strengthening exercises can be an important component of your rehab after a lower-leg injury. They can also be done to help prevent problems with your mobility. Simple to perform, calf muscle exercises are easy to add to any exercise program.

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