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Things That Go Bump In The Night...The Stubbed Toe by Dr. Andrew Schneider Posted Mon 07 Feb 2011 8:00am As a podiatrist in Houston, TX , I see many different injuries to the feet. Nothing is more common, however, than when someone comes in with a broken toe. This is how it usually happens: the patient wakes up in the middle of the night and needs to use the restroom. Rather than turn on a light, they feel their way through the room in the dark. The ... Read on »
Stub Your Toes by Mike Antonucci Posted Sat 24 Oct 2009 10:04pm You’d think nothing would surprise me when it comes to the strange deeds of runners, but this one has me stumped. Apparently, some ultra-marathoners are so tired of the pain and inconvenience of black toenails that they’re having their toenails surgically removed – after being loosened with acid. And of course, one of them was kind enough to post ... Read on »
From the Vault: Stub Your Toes by Mike Antonucci Posted Mon 07 Jul 2014 1:00pm You’d think nothing would surprise me when it comes to the strange deeds of runners, but this one has me stumped. Apparently, some ultra-marathoners are so tired of the pain and inconvenience of black toenails that they’re having their toenails surgically removed – after being loosened with acid. And of course, one of them was kind enough to po ... Read on »
You say Toe-Mae-Toe, I say Toe-Mah-toe by Amy R. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 10:04am Our tomatoes are literally falling off the vine! We can’t keep up, can’t eat them or jar them fast enough. While my husband and I like to eat them raw, and my sister-in-law sprinkles salt on them and eats them like an apple….there are only a few ways my kids will eat tomatoes. As spaghetti sauce As tomato soup (for dipping their grill ... Read on »
“Toe”- Ture by fatgirl2fitgirl Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 06 Apr 2010 6:22pm 1 Comment I was late for an appointment this morning and running around my house trying to get ready. I had a couple of glitches, like ironed pants that were ripped– how? I don’t know. After drying my hair, I darted through the dining room where I actually don’t have a dining room table. Right now, my dining room is home to my bike and bike trainer. ... Read on »
My Big Toe Joint Hurts! The Arthritis You Never Knew! by Dr. Marybeth Crane Facebook Posted Sun 13 Sep 2009 11:37am Have you ever suspected you have arthritis in your big toe joint? It is one of those conditions that slowly creeps up on you. You may be going about your business only to notice that your big toe joint hurts! You may end up limping around for an hour or even a few days and then it disappears only to reappear when you least expect it! What’s up ... Read on »
Toe Trauma (Drama) by Beth S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 05 Jun 2011 4:50pm Let me start by saying... Eagleman is only 1 weeks away! Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy! Which can only mean one thing. Taper. Which again can only mean one thing. Random injuries. :) This past week I was not immune from the random phantom (and sometimes real) pains that you think you feel (or do you really feel them?) that ... Read on »
Update on Sam: IT'S A BROKEN TOE... WHOOO HOOOO! by RaeAnn Collins Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 12:46am You know you have a child with special needs when you practically do a back flip in the specialist's office because your child ONLY has a broken toe... that is when the alternative could possibly be leukemia.  Yesterday we got in to see the bone and joint doc and she did even more x-rays.  Initially I think she missed the fracture too but w ... Read on »
Sprained Toe. Nick Becton, starting left tackle by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Sat 21 Aug 2010 7:09am Amplify’d from blacksburgfoot.blogspot.com It was grim news for VT Football fans when they heard Nick Becton, starting left tackle, sprained one of his right toes. He is going to be on the sidelines for an undetermined amount of time and there is no guarantee he will be able to be back on the field for Sept. 6 ... Read on »
Howard Stern Breaks His Toe And Treats It The Right Way! by Dr. Andrew Schneider Posted Mon 11 Oct 2010 7:07pm On the air this morning on Sirius Satellite Radio , Howard Stern revealed that he has done what so many people do every day…he broke his toe. He stubbed his toe on the corner of his desk and broke his left fifth toe, one of the most common accidents I see in my Houston podiatry practice . For some reason, people think there is nothing yo ... Read on »