Tag Archives: Dr. Brad Gipson

Heel Spurs

by in Conditions We Treat, Podiatry August 14, 2015

Heel spurs are a common complaint and cause of heel pain. Heel spurs, also known as calcaneal spurs, can be on the bottom of the heel bone or at the back near the Achilles tendon. A large part of the time, heel spurs and plantar fasciitis occur at the same time. Plantar fasciitis is inflammation […]

Flat Feet

by in Conditions We Treat, Podiatry March 23, 2015

Flat foot is a common condition that can lead to other complications in the foot, ankles, and in the hips and back. It is commonly referred to as “fallen arches”. This condition is often hereditary. Sudden onset of flat feet could be the results of ruptured or dysfunctional tendons. Flat feet can be characterized broadly […]

Walking campaign launched to help Tennesseans step forward with chiropractic

by in Chiropractic Care, Wellness September 26, 2014

NASHVILLE, TN – Governor Bill Haslam has proclaimed October 2014 as Tennessee Chiropractic Health Month and encourages all citizens to join him in this worthy observance. In celebration, the Tennessee Chiropractic Association (TCA) is kicking-off the promotion of their “Step Forward with Chiropractic” walking campaign. TCA member physicians and staff are joining together to participate […]

Exercise for the Diabetic

by in Medical Care, Podiatry, Wellness August 13, 2013

PaleoDiabetic, August 2013 Steve Parker, M.D. Eighty-five percent of type 2 diabetics are overweight or obese. It’s not just a random association. Obesity contributes heavily to most cases of type 2 diabetes, particularly in those predisposed by heredity. Insulin is the key that allows bloodstream sugar (glucose) into cells for utilization as energy, thus keeping […]