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Have you been exercising too much of late? Do you have a swelling in your ankle or your foot? Do you have a bruise or tenderness in your foot or ankle? A stress fracture occurs when the muscles are over exercised or overloaded. With the muscles being fatigued, the stress is transferred to the bone that is nearby causing a stress fracture. Women are more prone to stress fracture with a condition known as 'the female athlete triad', with decreased bone density resulting from a bad diet, amenorrhea and poor nutrition. Athletes who take part in high impact sports such as gymnastics, volleyball and distance running also suffer from stress fracture due to muscle fatigue. The podiatrists at Cupertino Podiatry near San Jose, California render expert medical help with professional care. Offering their patients detailed follow up; the podiatrists at the Cupertino clinic prescribe the right treatment and accurate diagnosis.

Lending years of experience and expertise, the podiatrists at the clinic in Cupertino offer precise care to see that their patients lead normal lifestyle with relief from any foot related problems. With a stress fracture being a small crack in a bone, this condition occurs in weight-bearing bones resulting from track and field activities, basketball, dance, tennis and other high-impact sports. High impact activities accelerated by intensity, duration and frequency are common as well as in people who do not exercise but have weak bones. Stress fractures can be found at the top of the mid-foot, the outer bone of the lower leg and in the heel. There are many factors that lend to stress fractures resulting in pain that increases with exercise or activity and becoming less stressful with rest.

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The podiatrists at the Cupertino clinic near San Jose examine the affected part of the leg or foot with care and ask detailed questions about the patient's medical history and symptoms. The podiatrists will prescribe imaging tests with X-rays, MRI and a bone scan. The podiatrists at the Cupertino clinic will also recommend ice packs, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines and rest. The podiatrists would advise their patients with non-surgical treatment such as avoiding high impact activities, wearing the right footwear, applying a cast to the injured area to prevent further movement and would suggest exercise or an activity that would have less stress on the leg and foot. In some of the severe cases, the podiatrists at the clinic in Cupertino would recommend surgical treatment with internal fixation involving screws, pins and plates.

The podiatrists at the Cupertino clinic would recommend activity or exercise on alternate days after the fracture has healed with a slow increase in the duration, frequency and intensity. The patients should not repeat exercises especially in aerobics but change the pattern to suit the rehabilitation process with different aerobic exercises. The doctors at the clinic in Cupertino would also suggest a healthy diet rich in Vitamin D and calcium. With a gradual increase in any sports activity, patients suffering from stress fractures can do alternate exercises to avoid injury to the affected area. With strength training to prevent muscle fatigue, patients can resume normal activities and if the pain returns, then they should rest or visit their podiatrist. The podiatrists at the Cupertino Podiatry near San Jose offer advice, care and detailed professional help with keen attention to give their patients a pain-free lifestyle.

The Podiatrists at the Cupertino Clinic offer Professional and Precise Treatment

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After earning his degree in podiatry and completing his residency, Dr. Michael Cornelison joined an existing Cupertino practice in 2000. When the other podiatrist retired in 2003, Dr. Cornelison took over the practice and formed Cupertino Podiatry, Inc.

Dr. Cornelison specializes in advanced reconstructive surgery while simultaneously dedicating himself to helping patients avoid such surgery. His practice emphasizes restoring the support and function of the foot to provide long-term relief of symptoms rather than just relieving symptoms without addressing the underlying cause. He looks for the root of the problem rather than attempting to just put a band-aid on it.

Cupertino Podiatry can also fit patients with orthotics (therapeutic footwear and inserts) to aid recovery or for long-term management. And whether you are a serious athlete or a weekend warrior, Dr. Cornelison can create a specialized sports injury treatment program to help you get back on your feet.

Dr. Cornelison has earned the prestigious 'Diamond Certified Award' based on outstanding customer satisfaction. To learn more, please visit: http://www.diamondcertified.com.

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Michael J. Cornelison, DPM, FACFAS
10353 Torre Avenue, Suite C
Cupertino, California 95014
(408) 446-5811