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Andrew Bernhard, DPM, Author at Eagle-Summit Foot & Ankle
Ski Boot Widths

Ski Boot Widths

At Eagle-Summit Foot & Ankle, we see people with ski boot problems almost every day, especially during the winter season. Thankfully, the ski boot industry continues to improve their technology and we skiers are fortunate to have better fitting, more responsive...
Tendinitis in Your Feet

Tendinitis in Your Feet

Tendinitis of the foot and ankle is staggeringly common because of the amount of muscles and tendons acting on the foot and ankle. There are numerous bones and joints in the lower extremity, all of which act like ropes and pulleys by the tendons in the area. Because...
Ski Boot Top Fractures

Ski Boot Top Fractures

One of the worst ski injuries that can occur to the lower extremity is the ski boot top fracture. Historically, these were in the realm of podiatric foot and ankle surgeons, however with advances in ski boot technology and stiffer designs, these often end up out of...
Black Toenails

Black Toenails

One of the more common injuries or complaints we see in the heat of summer or in the dead of winter is black toenails. We see trauma to the toes often enough and these toenails are a variant of that. Whether you remember kicking a rock or fastening the ski boot too...
Zero Drop Shoes

Zero Drop Shoes

Shoes are a complicated subject with a complicated history. The modern running shoe was created by Nike many years ago and was made with a thick, cushioned heel in order to take up the force of our heel strike. The thought was that increased speed could come from an...