• Is Morton's Neuroma Painful?
    A condition referred to as Morton’s neuroma generally causes severe pain on the ball of the foot or between the toes. The plantar nerve undergoes degeneration and as a result, Read more
  • Two Types of Achilles Tendon Injuries
    Achilles tendinosis and Achilles tendon ruptures are referred to as two types of Achilles tendon injuries. Soreness and stiffness are often symptoms of tendinosis and will gradually worsen if left untreated. This is a Read more
  • Possible Treatment Options for Hyperhidrosis of the Feet
    There are many triggers in the environment that stimulate glands to produce sweat, which include warm temperatures, exercise, fear, and nervousness. A condition referred to hyperhidrosis consists of excessive sweating and may Read more
  • What Children Need to Know About Athlete’s Foot
    A fungus that lives on the toes and the bottom of feet is referred to as athlete’s foot. Public pools and showers are often a breeding ground for this type Read more
  • Can Airplane Travel Affect Circulation?
    If you’ve been on an airplane for several hours, you may know that circulation problems in the feet can develop. It typically occurs when your feet have limited mobility due Read more
  • How to Prevent Foot Growth During Pregnancy
    Typically, the feet grow during pregnancy and in many instances, will remain bigger. There are numerous bones, ligaments, and tendons that the feet are comprised of, and it’s common that Read more
  • Causes of Corns
    If you experience a bony knot on your toes or feet, you may have what is referred to as a hard corn. This is generally the result of the friction Read more
  • Treatment Options for Hammertoe
    When the joints of the toes begin to bend severely, often resembling a “hammer,” this condition is referred to as hammertoe. It is typically a deformity of the toes, generally caused Read more
  • All About Plantar Fasciitis
    Plantar fasciitis affects more than three million people each year. This ailment typically occurs when the foot’s shock absorbing ligament, also known as the plantar fascia, suffers inflammation or small Read more
  • Does My Child Have Flat Feet?
    If the arch of the foot has not developed, causing the entire bottom of the foot to touch the ground while walking or running, your child may have a condition Read more
  • How to Know If Your Child Has a Stress Fracture
    When the bones in the foot endure small cracks from excessive pressure, it’s referred to as a stress fracture. This generally results from activities that involve running or jumping, causing Read more
  • Symptoms of Morton’s Neuroma
    Symptoms from a condition referred to as Morton’s neuroma can include intense pain often accompanied by a feeling of pins and needles. The third and fourth toes are mostly affected Read more
  • Causes of Gout
    Extreme pain often accompanies episodes of gout, a type of arthritis. Symptoms of gout may include the foot becoming red and swollen and feeling warm to the touch. In most cases of Read more
  • Can Orthotics Help More Than My Feet?
    If you are experiencing abnormal walking patterns, you may want to consider wearing orthotics. Orthotics are custom-made inserts that are slipped into your shoes. Generally, an impression of your feet Read more
  • Measuring Your Child’s Feet
    Children are usually flat-footed when walking first begins, which typically happens around 12 months of age. As the muscles in the foot start to strengthen, this condition commonly disappears. Walking Read more
  • What's Causing My Heel Pain?
    The heel is comprised of numerous tendons, ligaments, and fatty tissue. Common causes of pain in the heel may include possible stress fractures, bursitis, and obesity, and can typically be Read more

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