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Mark S. Myerson

Mark S. Myerson, M.D. is the renowned Orthopedic and Medical Director for The Institute for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction at Mercy Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland (USA). He is the immediate past President of the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS). Dr Myerson is one of the world's foremost experts on foot and ankle reconstruction and injury. He has pioneered surgical techniques that have revolutionised the diagnosis, treatment and recovery of disorders of the foot and ankle. His outstanding knowledge of foot and ankle conditions means that he is the expert of choice for many elite athletes from the NFL, NBA and European soccer leagues. DR Myerson is widely travelled, and is the frequent guest speaker for numerous national and international organizations.

TAILOR'S BUNION

Tailor's bunion (also known as bunionette) is a pathologic condition of the foot characterized by a prominent lateral condyle of the head of the fifty metatarsal, usually accompanied by virus deviation of the fifth toe.

PLANTAR FASCITIS AND HEEL SPUR

Plantar fascitis is characterized by insidious-onset pain at the site where the plantar fascia inserts into the calcaneus, mainly occuring after long periods of standing or walking. It is often, but not always, accompanied by an exostosis in the form of a spur arising from the medial apophysis of the calcaneal tuberosity, alongside the myofascial insertion fibers located at this point.

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HAMMERTOE SYNDROME

Hammertoe Syndrome is the term used to describe changes in the metatarsophalangeal and interphalangeal joints of the toes in the sagittal plane. These changes are accompanied by clinical signs such as hyperkeratosis and joint rigidity, with compound the anatomicamente deformity with pain and difficulty walking.

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