Bounce Away from Ankle Bracing!

With back to school fast approaching, kids are making the most of their summer playtime on outdoor trampolines and at trendy indoor trampolining venues, including Buckeye Bounce and Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Parks around Columbus. However, with the increased use of trampolines comes an associated risk for serious injury. Foot and ankle injuries are the […]


Columbus Podiatry & Surgery proudly supports our Veterans by participating in “Supporting Veterans – The Mark Allen Cravens (MAC) Food Drive”. The goal is to collect non-perishable goods for Ohio Veterans that are suffering from financial difficulties. The drive has been established by Caroline Cravens in memory of her late brother, Mark Allen Cravens. Caroline […]

Scaling Foot Skin May be Serious Psoriasis

With August being “Psoriasis Awareness Month” around Columbus and the United States, a new study released linking the severity of psoriasis to the development of diabetes, heart, lung , gastrointestinal and vascular disease is aptly timed. Psoriasis is the most common autoimmune disease in America and its most salient features are its effects on the […]

Diabetes Vaccine Would be Promising for Pedal Problems

A vaccine for those with Type I diabetes has made news this week after its success in stimulating insulin production in patients involved in an initial 12 week clinical trial. While more individuals around the world are affected by Type II diabetes, this new diabetes vaccine could represent a huge leap in how diabetes is […]