• What Causes a Stress Fracture?
    Consistent overuse of the muscles in the foot often produces a condition that is known as a stress fracture. Repeated impact that comes from running or jumping activities can cause Read more
  • Causes of Poor Circulation
    Research has shown there may be several indicators of poor circulation. These may include discoloration of the toes, a loss of feeling or numbing sensation, dry skin, or frequent headaches. Read more
  • The Location of the Sesamoid Bones
    The bones that are found surrounding the joints in the foot are referred to as sesamoid bones. Research has confirmed the big toe contains different types of these particular bones Read more
  • What Causes Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome?
    A common cause of the condition that is referred to as tarsal tunnel syndrome may occur as a result of constant overuse of the ankle. The most common reason for Read more
  • How Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease Can Affect Your Child
    Hand-foot-and-mouth disease is a viral infection that is common among children under the age of five. Symptoms of this disease include mouth sores and rashes on both the hands and Read more
  • Why Does My Child Suffer From Heel Pain?
    Sever’s disease typically affects children between 8 and 12 years of age. It is known as the most common form of heel pain in this age group, and will commonly Read more
  • Foot Pain Keeps Runner from Competing
    A woman who was an avid runner found that she couldn’t continue her long-distance races due to a stabbing pain in her left foot. She quickly discovered that ice and Read more
  • Ways to Treat Bunions
    Hallux valgus, which is more commonly known as a bunion, is a deformity of the joint at the base of the big toe. Most people who have bunions develop them Read more
  • All About Plantar Warts
      Plantar warts are small white growths that can be caused by viral infections. These warts are typically found on the plantar surface of the feet. Surgical removal may be used Read more

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