Watch as Dr Pearl expalins about what you need to know about sport in soles for Body alignment.
Please join us on Thursday October 18 from 3:45 pm to 6:00 pm to see the Vionic Autumn winter collection of supportive & stylish footwear. You will be able to meet Vionic’s regional representative who will help guide you to the best fit and style. There will be food and drinks and even more; there […]
Old Logo As most of you might know we have had our Logo for over 15 years. It was definitely time to bring in a new one. Our old logo was basically a foot in black and white color. We believe our brand and identity are crucial to our success. Designing the new logo We tasked […]
We have recently added Peter Sherry to our clinic to better serve our running and athletic community with sports massage. Peter is an accomplished runner formerly with Georgetown’s Reebok Enclave Team and a 2 time competitor in the Olympic trials. He brings that athletic experience to his technique. You can book a massage by contacting […]
Edose Ibadin will be working between his track career at Arlington Foot and Ankle. He runs for the District Track Club while pursuing his grad degree in Software Engineering at Towson University. The Club allows athletes to pick up part time jobs while they are training and it was a perfect fit for our new […]
This month Ben Pearl, DPM (Arlington,VA) became the team podiatrist for the District Track Club in Washington DC. The team is managed and coached by former American University coach Matt Centrowitz and Tom Brumlik. The team focus is to develop Olympic and World Championships Contenders but also engage the running community as positive health […]
Video describes the use of amnion growth factor injections for tendon injuries. The patient had a peroneal tendon injury after a fracture repair in his ankle.The tendon was visualized with diagnostic ultrasound and the iarea of injury was injected with the healing amnion tissue growth factors.
Sometimes decisions for surgical repair of injuries delay short-term trajectory for athletics but hopefully best for the long-term health of the individual. I’ve always been a big believer in taking a conservative approach with injury first. In addition to physical therapy after my knee scope surgery for a torn ACL and meniscus injury. I have […]
Bob Knight wrote a book out called “The Power of Negative Thinking” what he says is that in order to win you must look at the options which will cause you to lose and take corrective action. He took that philosophy to just one play when Keith Smart drained the shot to win the IU […]
Did you know that it’s possible to retrain your movement patterns? The secret is repetition. With enough repetitive movements, one can train their brain to remap their habitual movements. This is an important factor that I learned in ski instruction. I am using the same concept to retrain movement patterns in patients with motor deficits […]