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The American Podiatric Medical Association estimates that the average person will walk 25,000 miles in their lifetime. Not surprisingly, that much time on your feet can lead to foot injuries. To find out which foot injuries are the most common … Continue reading
Flat feet is a condition in which your foot (or feet) lacks a normal arch when you are standing. Your entire foot will touch the ground if you have flat feet. Flat feet is usually painless, but may cause problems … Continue reading
As we near spring, the weather is warming up in some parts of the country. With the warmer weather, usually comes sandals and flip flops However, if worn too frequently, your flip flops can actually lead to foot pain. To … Continue reading
Do you ever feel tingling, pins-and-needles sensations in your toes? Tingling toes can be caused by many different things. Sometimes tingling toes are related to nerve or circulation issues. To find out more, keep reading!
A bunion is a bony “bump” that usually appears on the side of the foot at the base of the big toe. Contrary to popular belief, a bunion isn’t an extra growth of the bone. The bones inside the foot … Continue reading
Many times, the problems that children have with their feet are diagnosed structural development that kids will outgrow. While that is sometimes true, it is not always the case. When should you consult a doctor about your child’s feet? Keep … Continue reading
More than 20 percent of Americans currently suffer from bunions, and about 66 percent will develop a bunion within their lifetimes. While surgery isn’t always needed, sometimes it may be the only option if the bunion is interfering with normal … Continue reading
Stooping and placing repetitive pressure on your forefoot can result in toe pain from a condition called capsulitis. What should you do if you suspect you have capsulitis? Keep reading!
Most people experience swollen feet and ankles in their lives. Most of the time, this condition is not serious and will resolve it quickly, but sometimes it can be a sign of a health problem that requires medical attention. To … Continue reading