Foot Structure and Function

Many foot and ankle problems develop on account of irregularities in either structure or biomechanical processes. If “biomechanical” sounds intimidating, you can simply think of it as the way a living being (bio) like you moves (mechanics).

foot structure

There is certainly a range of severity when it comes to structural and biomechanical issues. In some cases, it is easy to see a toe deformity—like a bunion or hammertoe—or abnormal motion. In others, a biomechanical issue you might not even notice—such as overpronation—can be the source of problems. Either way, Dr. Tepper will work to determine the core issue and then create a unique treatment plan for you to resolve it.

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