LMH promotes team of surgeons and comprehensive approach to orthopedics care

At Logansport Memorial Hospital (LMH), we have been hard at work to continue bringing our "Building Better Health" tagline to life. Our physicians, providers, and staff throughout the various clinics, offices, and departments, both on-campus and at our off-site locations in the surrounding counties of Miami, Fulton, and Carroll, are committed to partnering with the patients and families we serve to achieve optimal health. LMH has been fortunate to experience significant growth over the past few years, specifically with new providers and specialties that have joined our network. That growth has built a larger team, extending the dynamic and supportive care that we can offer across the north-central Indiana region, while still keeping our patients conveniently and comfortably close to home.

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How to prevent foot and ankle injuries

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Rolled ankles, broken toes, bad blisters, sprains, stubbed toes ...
Throughout your life, experiencing some form of foot pain and heel pain is unavoidable.

If you are lucky, the problem is minor and you feel better quickly. But, sometimes it takes weeks before you can get back to walking, running, and jumping like normal.

Read on to learn more about what causes foot and ankle pain, how to prevent injuries, and when you should see a doctor.

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Signs you might have plantar fasciitis

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It can be different from patient to patient, but plantar fasciitis tends to start with a noticeable irritation in your heel. This irritation becomes pain that hurts when you stand or walk. 

If you've experienced plantar fasciitis, you know how incapacitating it can be. Every morning or anytime that you get up after resting, pain shoots through your heel and arch. The stiffness and pain may lessen after a few steps, but your foot will typically hurt more (and its tenderness will increase) as the day goes on. 

Risk Factors 

Plantar fasciitis is an injury often related to running, but it isn't limited to runners. It can be caused by many things. The more risk factors you match up with the greater the chance of your foot pain being plantar fasciitis: 

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