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  • Avoiding Falls as You Age
    One of the most common causes of serious injury in the elderly is falling. Among the reasons are chronic health conditions such as neuropathy (or numbness) in the feet, decreased bone density, being overweight, and reduced strength. Read more
  • What Can Make Your Heel Hurt?
    Heel pain is one of the most common reasons that people seek the care of a podiatrist. Because the heel is such a foundational part of the body, there are many potential reasons that your heel may hurt. Read more
  • Should I Walk On a Sprained Ankle?
    Ankle sprains are fairly common among active adults. A sprained ankle is usually caused by the overstretching or twisting of a ligament around a joint. Read more
  • Why It Is Important to Trim Your Toenails Properly
    You may have heard that toenails should be trimmed straight across (as opposed to rounded) and that they should not be too short. Read more
  • What Are Gout Tophi?
    Gout is a type of arthritis caused by a buildup of uric acid in the bloodstream. This acid can crystallize and become lodged in the joints of the feet, leading to sudden and intense pain, swelling, and inflammation. Read more
  • The Possible Causes and Treatments of Plantar Fasciitis
    The plantar fascia is a long, thick band of tissue that spans from the heel bone along the bottom of the foot to the toes. Read more
  • Why Is My Ankle Painful?
    The ankle is a joint made up of many components, such as leg and foot bones, ligaments, nerves, cartilage, tendons, and muscles. Read more
  • What Is Osteoarthritis?
    Osteoarthritis is a common joint disease that is caused by degeneration of cartilage, a layer of tissue that lines the ends of bones and helps them move smoothly. Read more
  • The Three Types of Orthotics
    Orthotics are special shoe inserts that are designed to help correct a variety of foot related issues by relieving pressure or realigning the feet. Read more
  • What Are Hammertoes?
    When the toes are forced to curl downwards due to the middle joints of the toes tightening up, they form what is known as a hammertoe. Read more
  • What to Consider Before Bunion Surgery
    A bunion is a common foot deformity characterized by a bony bump that forms at the base of the big toe joint. The bump can become inflamed, red, swollen, and painful. It also pushes the big toe out of alignment, so that it is tilted toward the smaller toes instead of pointing straight ahead. Read more
  • How Are Corns Removed?
    Corns are small, hardened bumps of skin that can grow on the feet due to friction. Even though they are small, corns can be tender and painful enough to interfere with daily activities. Read more
  • Is My Stubbed Toe Serious?
    Stubbing your toe can be incredibly painful. In most cases, the pain subsides after a minute or two. Read more
  • What Is Heel Fat Pad Syndrome?
    The heels of our feet are cushioned by fatty tissues that form a heel pad. Read more
  • Stretching the Bottoms of Your Feet and Ankles
    If you like walking or hiking, stretching the bottoms of your feet and ankles can be very beneficial. Stretching helps by relieving foot pain and improving flexibility, which reduces your risk of foot and ankle injuries. Read more
  • Listen to What Your Feet May Be Telling You
    Sore feet may sometimes be indicative of an underlying health issue and should not be ignored. If the muscles in your feet cannot relax properly and therefore cramp, this may be an indicator of dehydration, nerve or circulation issues, or possibly even neurological conditions. Read more

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