Foot & Ankle Surgery located in Fort Worth and Weatherford, TX
Gary Driver, DPM, FACFAS
Glen Beede, DPM, FACFAS
Gregory Jaryga, DPM, FACFAS
Foot & Ankle Trauma
Total Ankle Replacement
Joint Mobility Restoration
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Foot & Ankle Fractures
Pediatric Foot Care
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The Link Between Diabetes and Charcot Deformity
Jan 03, 2024
Charcot foot is a condition that causes damage to your feet and in its later stages creates deformities that affect how you do anything on them. Diabetes is a major factor in getting this condition.
Why You Keep Getting Ingrown Toenails
Dec 05, 2023
Ingrown toenails are a common foot problem that can happen for many reasons and sadly can affect feet repeatedly. Treating this illness is one thing, but why does it come back and what can you do about it?
Will Ankle Arthritis Increase My Risk of Sprains?
Nov 16, 2023
The muscles, tendons, ligaments, and other tissue in our ankles can get damaged for a number of reasons, including arthritis. But will having arthritis raise your chances of struggling with other problems, like sprains?
3 Tips to Manage Bunion Pain At Work
Oct 10, 2023
Bunions are painful lumps on your feet that can be uncomfortable and make doing most anything standing up feel miserable. If you have this foot problem and are at work, here are some ways to relieve the pain.
The Connection Between Flat Feet and Plantar Fasciitis
Sep 01, 2023
Many feet problems can result from injury, or years of wear and tear, but some are the result of structural problems like flat feet. This condition can lead to pain and discomfort and raise the risk of problems like plantar fasciitis.
Say Goodbye to Bunions With Minimally Invasive Bunion Surgery
Aug 04, 2023
Bunions can form on your feet for several reasons, and the resulting bump can lead to problems ranging from mild to severe. Among the options for treating bunions is minimally invasive surgery, so read on to find out if it can help you.
Stretches That Go a Long Way In Protecting Your Achilles Tendon
Jul 06, 2023
Your feet are vital for anything you do on your feet, but are sadly also prone to getting hurt or damaged. Injuries affecting your Achilles tendon are very common, but there are ways to reduce your risk using stretches.
Regain Pain-Free Movement With Total Ankle Replacement
Jun 02, 2023
Ankle injuries are pretty common, but when the damage gets bad enough that it can't be managed by conservative means, total ankle replacement might be the best option to restore mobility and relieve pain. Read on to find out more.
Foot Deformities Most People Don't Know About
May 04, 2023
There are many types of deformities that can affect your feet, which can result in making basic movements more difficult. Many deformities that can do this are not well known, so look out for these foot problems.
How to Prevent Tendonitis
Apr 05, 2023
Your tendons are vitally important to your musculoskeletal system, connecting muscle to bone throughout your body. Tendonitis is a common condition that inflames this connective tissue, so read on to find out how to avoid it.
Here's How Arthritis Affects Your Feet and Ankles
Mar 03, 2023
There are a lot of joints in your feet, and any of them can be affected by a variety of forms of arthritis. These illnesses can make walking, running and other basic functions more difficult, and here’s how we can help.
5 Common Causes of Heel Pain
Feb 02, 2023
Millions of Americans deal with foot ailments, and problems with your heels in particular can make walking difficult. There are many causes of heel pain, but fortunately there are also many ways to treat them. Read on to find out more.
5 Signs of an Ankle Stress Fracture
Jan 13, 2023
Our feet are essential for anything we do standing up or keeping our balance, and injuries that cause ankle fractures can affect your ability to do most things with them. Read on to find the signs of ankle fractures.
Recognizing the 3 Stages of Charcot Foot
Dec 02, 2022
There are many ways you can hurt your foot or ankle, but conditions like charcot foot are mainly caused by other seemingly unrelated conditions that can have long term effects on your mobility. Read on to find out more.
Helpful Tips For Preventing Injury to Your Achilles Tendon
Nov 02, 2022
Lower body injuries are common, and whether you exercise regularly or you walk around the house, you risk ankle injury. The achilles tendon is important to how you walk or run, and preventing injury can keep it healthy.
Chronic Ankle Instability: When Your Joint Gives Way
Oct 01, 2022
Ankle injuries are pretty common, but when they become chronic, it can lead to constant problems with walking, running, and other basic functions on a regular basis. Read on to find out more about this condition.
5 Ways to Prevent or Manage Bunion Pain
Sep 06, 2022
Foot deformities are structural problems in the foot that can affect how you walk. Bunions are a very common foot deformity that can lead to pain and other difficulties. Read on to find out how to manage bunion pain.
Is Your Lifestyle Fueling Your Tendon Pain?
Aug 02, 2022
Tendonitis in the foot can result from many factors, including intense physical activity and everyday physical habits. To treat problems and prevent them from becoming chronic, we need to look at what habits can cause tendon pain.
How to Prepare your Home in Advance of Foot Surgery
Jul 07, 2022
Foot surgery is a big step in getting full mobility, balance, and strength back in your foot. But how do you get yourself ready for recovery at home once it’s done? Read on to find out how to get your house ready for healing.
Total Ankle Replacement: How it Can Help Your Severe Ankle Arthritis
Jun 06, 2022
Arthritis is a common condition that causes joint pain and inflammation. Severe arthritis in your ankles can create instability that affects your ability to walk. Read on to find out how total ankle replacement can help get you back on your feet.
Beyond Your Achy Feet: Custom Orthotics can also Resolve Back, Hip, and Knee Pain
May 05, 2022
Your lower body allows you to walk, run, jog, or jump, and problems with moving improperly can affect other areas, including your feet, knees, hips, and back. Read on to find out how orthotics can manage pain in these areas.
How to Keep a Sprained Ankle From Becoming Chronic Instability
Apr 11, 2022
Did you know that a single ankle sprain increases your chance of subsequent sprains by 40-70%? Just one sprain can also lead to a lifetime of chronic ankle instability. Prevent that by learning the dos and don’ts of proper rehabilitation.
Total Ankle Replacement
Dec 22, 2021
Total ankle replacement, also known as total ankle arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure that foot and ankle surgeons use to treat ankle arthritis. Arthritic changes may be a result of normal wear and tear due to aging or from an injury such as a broken...
Nerve Pain affects Half of Diabetic Patients
Dec 29, 2015
Nerve pain is one of the many common symptoms diabetics suffer from. An estimated 50% of diabetic patients develop nerve damage over the course of their diabetes. Nerve pain, or neuropathy, can develop in four forms: peripheral, autonomic...
David Pastrnak to undergo Surgery for Injury
Dec 22, 2015
David Pastrnak of the Boston Bruins will reportedly be off the ice for an indeterminate amount of time due to an injury. The injury in question was identified as a “non-displaced fracture” after a second set of X-ray scans. The fracture seemed to...
Plantar Warts more Common in Warm Weather
Dec 15, 2015
Residents residing in southern states such as Florida are more likely to develop plantar warts on their feet due to the warmer weather. While plantar warts are not particularly dangerous, they are still very contagious. Luckily, plantar warts are easy...
High Heels a source of Foot Pressure
Dec 08, 2015
Recent studies have showed that a number of health problems can stem from the feet being subjected to great amounts of pressure for long periods of time. High heels are one of the many sources of such pressure, and a recent BuzzFeed video has...
Michigan College Students Run to Raise Money for Cancer
Nov 30, 2015
Two Michigan area college students ran 60 miles over 3 days to help raise money for the Susan. G. Komen breast cancer fund. Running 20 miles a day, the two girls and their mothers raised over $7,000 between them in order to participate in the race...
Happy Feet donates Shoes and Socks to Children
Nov 24, 2015
Women Who Care of Branch County chose the Happy Feet program for their quarterly $100 donation by each woman in the group. A total of $8,500 was donated to the Altrusa Happy Feet Fund, which is held at the Branch County Community Foundation.
Sneakers make a Season Comeback over High Heels
Nov 17, 2015
While sneakers were not always known as the most high fashion form of footwear, this year it seems as though they are making a comeback over high heels. Mostly known to have an association with sports performance, trends seem to have changed course for...
Barefoot Exercises have Benefits for the Feet
Nov 10, 2015
Thanks to the book “Born to Run” and its spin-off movie, barefoot running became a trending form of exercise. Hundreds of runners began to support the belief that naturally landing on the bare forefoot would lessen impending running injuries.
Amazon aims to make Online Shoe Shopping easier
Nov 02, 2015
Amazon has recently bought startup company Shoefitr to help customers struggling to select the right shoe size while shopping online. The Pittsburgh-based startup uses 3D technology to help people virtually choose the correct shoe size without trying on...
Reflexology is an Alternative for Foot Therapy
Oct 27, 2015
When it comes to foot therapy, many patients will turn to typical methods such as physical therapy to get themselves back on their feet. One alternative called reflexology, however, is a practice that–despite its intrigue–has been around for many years.
Ramona Michel runs County Classic despite Fracture
Oct 19, 2015
Ramona Michel of Fishkill was one of six runners who were crowned as champions at the 37th annual Dutchess County Classic in September. Michel suffered a fractured right pinkie toe three weeks before the event when she accidentally banged her foot...
Surgery for Dez Bryant went well
Oct 19, 2015
Despite recently having undergone surgery on his right foot, Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys shared on social media platform Twitter that the surgery “went great” and he “can’t wait to get back.” The wide receiver was originally suspected to be out for...
Football Player overcomes Arthritis
Oct 06, 2015
When South Glen Falls senior Mike Higgins was just seven-years-old, he broke a few toes in his last game of the season playing football. When his toes did not heal properly, doctors discovered that the football player had Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Treatments for Hammertoe
Sep 29, 2015
Hammertoes are some of the most common foot conditions that can develop. Many people often assume that hammertoes will disappear on their own; they often don’t realize, however, that there are a few treatments for the condition they can enlist to help...
Daily Foot Care for Diabetics
Sep 22, 2015
To prevent various foot problems that are known to occur in diabetics such as decreased blood flow to the lower extremities and nerve damage, diabetics should practice regular preventative measures. A simple daily foot care regimen can include...
Program gives Foot Care to Homeless Veterans
Sep 14, 2015
In the beginning of October, the city of Louisville will be holding what is being called a “stand down” for homeless veterans living on the street and in shelters through the federally funded Retired & Senior Volunteer Program. The program is offering...
New Business launches TreadMill Desk for Desk Jobs
Sep 09, 2015
New business InMovement is reportedly launching new workout equipment that is designed to help fight the negative effects of the everyday desk job. One new product is the TreadMill Desk, which allows employees to walk while working on the computer.
New Implant can treat Flat Feet
Sep 01, 2015
Company Tyber Medical LLC has received approval for what will be a new implant procedure to treat flat feet. The device, called the “TyWedge Opening Osteotomy Wedge System,” will help to create an arch in a person’s foot. Flat Feet is one of the most...
Bryan Mone suffers Broken Ankle
Aug 25, 2015
Bryan Mone of the University of Michigan’s Wolverines will be out for an extended period of time due to a broken ankle. The lower leg injury was sustained during practice, and now it seems the Michigan nose guard may have to miss the entire season.
Ankle Exercises keep Ankles Strong
Aug 19, 2015
Many doctors, coaches, and athletes acknowledge that of all the joints in the body, the ankle is the most injured in sports. Strengthening ankle exercises, however, can greatly reduce chances of injury. One of the simplest exercises is the balance move...
Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists
✆ Phone (appointments): 817-241-2794
✆ Phone (general inquiries): 817-377-3668
Address: 5801 Oakbend Trail, Suite 140, Fort Worth, TX 76132
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