We've all heard that flip-flops are bad for your feet. But is that really true? Dr. Brad Blankenhorn, a foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon with University Orthopedics, separates fact from fiction.
Surgery is not always the best answer for orthopedic problems. Often behavior modifications that help with losing weight and increasing mobility, such as exercise, stretching and making dietary improvements, can successfully address musculoskeletal issues while also reducing healthcare spending.