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  • What Is an Achilles Rupture?
    Learn more about this injury, its symptoms and how to treat it. When it comes to being the largest and strongest tendon in the body, the Achilles tendon always wins. The Read more
  • Bunions Causes And Treatment
    If you haven’t heard of bunions before, bunions are a bone deformity that appears as a bump on the side of the foot at the base of the big toe. Read more
  • Common Types of Sports Injuries
    Dr. Trinity Mereau and Dr. Steven Walters at Capital Foot and Ankle are your sports medicine experts in Austin, TX. If you are an athlete or are experiencing a common Read more
  • Recovery From an Achilles Tear
    Here’s what to expect when you have an Achilles tendon rupture. The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body, connecting the heel bone to the calf muscle. This tendon Read more
  • When To See A Dr. For An Ankle Sprain
    When to see a doctor for an ankle injury is largely dependent on your symptoms and pain tolerance. With that said, given the importance, your ankle plays in bearing your Read more
  • Long Term Effects Of Untreated Bunions
    Bunions can be harmless for most people, but if left untreated or if pain and redness are ignored then bunions can start to interfere with daily life and can lead Read more
  • Managing Arthritis in the Ankle
    It’s important to properly care for your ankle after you’ve been injured or suffered an ankle sprain because it can develop into something more serious over time. There are different Read more
  • Recovery From Achilles Tendonitis
    Capital Foot & Ankle Surgeons of Austin is here for you when you have an Achilles tendon tear in Austin, TX. Dr. Trinity Mereau and Dr. Steven Walters provide comprehensive Read more
  • Finding A Sports Medicine Doctor
    If you are an active athlete, you may notice the toll that certain sports can take on your body, specifically with your feet. Certain sports can increase the wear and Read more
  • Getting Help for Your Bunions
    Bunions can cause you pain, difficulty wearing shoes, and if severe, trouble walking. The type of treatment you receive will depend on the severity of your bunions. Dr. Trinity Mereau Read more
  • What To Do About Ankle Pain
    Whether it's from a recent injury, or it's a nagging discomfort that seems to have emerged out of nowhere, ankle pain can make everyday tasks extra difficult. You can often Read more
  • Treating Your Bunions
    Hallux valgus--more commonly known as a bunion--is a progressive deformity of the big toe joint. This bony bump causes irritation and pain and moves the big toe toward the second Read more
  • The Importance of Sports Medicine
    How the podiatrists in Austin, TX, can help you with a sports injury It’s great to stay active by participating in sports, but you also put yourself at risk of a Read more
  • Do You Need Treatment for Your Bunions?
    Bunions are bony protrusions on the side of the foot. They can be quite painful as the inside of your shoes rubs against them and produces friction throughout the day. Read more
  • How a Sports Medicine Specialist Can Help Keep Your Feet Healthy
    How a Sports Medicine Specialist Can Help Keep You Healthy If you are an active adult who participates in sports or athletics on a regular basis, you are probably familiar with Read more
  • Preventing Injuries on the Field
    Although ankle sprains are the most common sports injury, there’s a myriad of ways that athletes could hurt their ankles and feet during training or out in the field. Unfortunately, Read more

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