Learn About Managing Tennis Injuries In The June Issue of Podiatry Today

By: Precision Foot and Ankle Centers
LOS ANGELES - May 16, 2017 - PRLog -- More and more people are playing tennis, and new equipment, such as racquets with polymer strings, is increasing the speed of play, so it is understandable there is an increase in the number of foot, ankle and leg injuries caused by the sport.

With this in mind, Dr. Eric Feit and Dr. Alona Kashanian of Precision Foot and Ankle Centers share their experience managing tennis injuries in their article, "Preventing and Treating Injuries of the Lower Extremity," published in the June issue of "Podiatry Today."

The article explains the mechanics of common tennis injuries -- muscle strains, Achilles tendonitis, ankle sprains and plantar fasciitis -- as well as exercises players can use to help get them back on the court.

If you are unable to pick up a physical copy of "Podiatry Today," view the article on the magazine's website at podiatrytoday.com.

About: Dr. Feit has been in private practice since 1996, is Board Certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. He is the former president of the American Diabetes Association in Los Angeles. He has contributed several articles to Podiatry Today over the past ten years.

Dr. Kashanian has been in private practice since 1996. She is a former faculty member at the Podiatric Medical School in San Francisco. Mr. Feit is a research assistant at Precision Foot and Ankle Centers.

Precision Foot and Ankle Centers has offices in Torrance, San Pedro and Los Angeles. For more information about the practice, visit http://www.precisionfootandanklecenters.com.

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Tags:Health, Podiatrist
Location:Los Angeles - California - United States
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