Please see the index below for a list of all our articles on Ankle and Foot Injuries.

If you are new to the subject, we recommend starting with: Ankle Anatomy: Muscles and Ligaments

Diagnosing a foot stress fracture involves imaging like X-rays or MRI, along with a thorough examination of symptoms and medical history.

Diagnose Achilles pain through physical examination, imaging, and medical history for accurate assessment and effective treatment planning.

Turf toe diagnosis involves physical examination and imaging to assess metatarsophalangeal joint sprain severity.

Plantar fasciitis diagnosis involves a physical exam and may include imaging like x-rays or MRI to assess heel pain and rule out other conditions.

Risk factors for plantar fasciitis include age, obesity, excessive standing, high-impact activities, and foot mechanics issues like high arches or flat feet.

Plantar fasciitis symptoms manifest as morning heel pain, worsened by inactivity, caused by inflammation and strain.