The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics is redefining the way musculoskeletal care is delivered across the region with locations throughout Maryland, DC, Virginia and Pennsylvania.
Article by Charlotte Hilton Andersen via Reader's Digest
February 7th, 2017
“Just because you can move your foot, ankle, or other body part, or walk on it, after an injury does not mean that it is not broken. Ligaments, tendons, and muscles hold the bones together, and a broken bone can still move. Moving a broken bone in some cases can cause it to shift, separate or displace, necessitating correction by an orthopaedic surgeon with a cast or even surgery." —Steven Neufeld, MD, orthopaedic surgseon with The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics
"There's a popular trend now that says not wearing shoes is good for your feet, but that is not necessarily true. Walking barefoot makes your feet susceptible to cuts, scrapes, wounds, and even fungal nail infections." —Steven Neufeld, MD, orthopaedic surgeon with The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics. (These are the subtle signs of disease that your feet can reveal.)
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