Welcome to Rocky Mountain Foot and Ankle’s blog! We hope that this serves to help our patients and potential patients make decisions about their health. I will be publishing at least one update per month on topics related to the foot and ankle and hope to get your feedback! Think of this as a way to interact with your doctor without having to see your doctor! Think of this as a forum to discuss topics of health and fitness or specific problems with the feet! I will do my best to entertain and enlighten, so keep those questions coming.

    • 21 JAN 19
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    Foot Care Advice for the New Year

    By: Dr. Jed H. Erickson Let me start by wishing you a very Happy New Year! As a podiatrist, my sincere wish is for everyone to enjoy good foot health in 2019. My advice to all of you in the New Year is this – If you are experiencing foot pain or injuries, don’t wait

    • 10 JAN 19
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    When Should I See a Podiatrist for My Bunion Pain?

    Foot pain is commonly ignored. In my experience, people tend to write off pain or soreness as a result of being on their feet for long hours. However, foot pain can signal a serious foot injury or even a problem with your overall. And it shouldn’t be ignored! One such foot-related problem is bunions. Although

    • 03 JAN 19
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    Do I Have a Bacterial Infection on My Feet?

    By: Dr. Roman Burk The feet, like any other part of the human body, are vulnerable to skin infections. Certain infections are common and easy to treat. While others might require professional medical diagnosis and treatment. Skin lesions and rashes on the feet are symptoms of bacterial infections and are thus, often diagnosed as such.

    • 25 DEC 18
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    Foot Cookie Deliveries

    Foot Cookie Deliveries

    Santa’s elves were busy spreading Christmas cheer to medical offices all around the Treasure Valley. For the past few years, Rocky Mountain Foot & Ankle have sugar cookie and gingerbread foot-shaped cookies specially made for holiday treats. We hope all our patients, friends, family, and colleagues have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New

    • 18 DEC 18
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    Is My Foot Pain a Result of Nerve Damage?

    By: Dr. Jed H. Erickson The feet are a complex structure comprised of bone matter, joints, tendons, and nerves. Damage or injury in any one of these areas can lead to foot pain. And while foot pain is usually caused by damage to the joints and tendons, sometimes pain can be caused by nerve damage.

    • 11 DEC 18
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    Why Stem Cell Therapy is a Highly Potent Treatment Option For Foot and Ankle Injuries

    By: Dr. Roman Burk Reduction in functionality, inflammation, and pain are the three primary conditions that patients seek immediate relief from when it comes to any kind of soft tissue or joint injury. This is where Stem Cell Therapy is proving to be one of the most effective and minimally invasive, non-surgical procedures for treating

    • 04 DEC 18
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    Is Heel Pain Impacting Your Quality of Life?

    By Dr. Jed H. Erickson Several patients have come to me recently complaining of heel pain. Although the condition is common, it can impact the quality of your day-to-day life…and it certainly was for these folks. The good news, however, is that if a proper diagnosis of the symptoms can be made, then heel pain

    • 27 NOV 18
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    Treatment for Chronic Foot and Ankle Pain Available With Regenerative Therapies Such as PRP Therapy and Stem Cell Therapy

    By: Dr. Roman Burk Chronically painful conditions of the foot and ankle can often lead to some form of disability in a wide number of cases. This is primarily because the suggested treatment options fail to sufficiently address two core symptoms of any chronic condition – namely chronic pain and loss of functional mobility. If

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    MERIDIAN OFFICE - 1828 Millenium Way Suite 200 Meridian, ID 83642
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