• 28 JUN 08
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    California Podiatric Physician of the Year 2008

    “The California Podiatric Medical Association (CPMA) Podiatric Physician of the Year recognition is presented to the California doctor of podiatric medicine (DPM) who has contributed the most to advancing the profession of podiatric medicine in California,” said CPMA President Dr. Ernest J. Hook, DPM, as he presented Association’s 2008 Podiatric Physician of the Year Award

    • 07 OCT 16
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    Ball of Foot Pain

    Ball of Foot Pain Metatarsalgia. You feel this pain and inflammation in the ball of your foot. Ill-fitting shoes are the usual cause. But you might get it from strenuous activity, such as running or jumping. It’s sometimes called a stone bruise as well. To treat it: Take pain relievers. Ice and rest your foot.

    • 07 OCT 16
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    Arch Pain

    Arch Pain Plantar fasciitis. This is the most common cause of arch pain. Plantar fasciitis can affect the heel, arch, or both. Treatment is the same regardless of the location. For persistent plantar fasciitis, an injection with a mixture of a steroid and local anesthetic can be helpful. Fallen arches, or flat feet, happen when