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How to Handle a Long Work Day on Your Feet

In 2014, the American Podiatric Medical Association surveyed 1,000 American adults and found that half of all respondents lived with foot pain. Fortunately, there are ways to avoid foot problems such ... read more..

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Protecting the Feet During the Work Day

There are many people who have jobs that include standing for the majority of the day. This can cause pain and discomfort in the feet, and it is not uncommon to feel muscle weakness at the end of the ... read more..

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Why Live with Pain and Numbness in Your Feet?

Suffering from this type of pain? You may have the foot condition known as Morton's neuroma. Morton's neuroma may develop as a result of ill-fitting footwear and existing foot deformities. read more..

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What Are Hammertoes?

Hammertoes are painful deformities that frequently form on the second, third, or fourth toe. The condition is often caused by an issue in foot mechanics. This can be caused by the person’s speci... read more..

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The Difficulties of Having a Hammertoe

Having a hammertoe can make simple activities such as walking or wearing shoes feel like agony. The discomfort and pain that comes with having a hammertoe is due to the curling affect it has on the jo... read more..

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What is Flexible Flat Foot?

Flatfoot is classified as having the entire sole of the foot in contact or near contact to the ground while standing. The disorder is also known as fallen arches, because those affected have no arch i... read more..

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Your Toddler and Flat Feet

Research has indicated that the majority of babies are born with flat feet. This is a result of an undeveloped arch in the foot, and is noticeable when the entire foot lies flat on the floor. In many ... read more..

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Bunions

A bunion is an enlargement of the base joint of the toe that connects to the foot, often formed from a bony growth or a patch of swollen tissues. It is caused by the inward shifting of the bones in th... read more..

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How Do Bunions Form?

Bunions can arise for a number of different reasons. Some factors that may lead to one getting a bunion include inheriting a bunion tendency, commonly wearing ill-fitting shoes such as high heels, and... read more..

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Cuboid Syndrome

Cuboid syndrome mostly affects athletes, although it can affect non-athletes too. It is also known as cuboid subluxation or cuboid fault syndrome.  This condition occurs when joints and ligaments... read more..

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Where Is Pain from Cuboid Syndrome Located?

There are several bones that are located in the middle of the foot. They are referred to as the cuboid bones, and cuboid syndrome may develop as a result of inflammation. This may come from repetitive... read more..

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Do Your Child's Feet Hurt?

Have your child's feet been examined lately? Healthy feet are happy feet. If your child is complaining of foot pain, it may be a sign of underlying problems. read more..

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Everything You Need to Know About Corns

Corns are hard and thick areas of skin that form as a result of constant rubbing, friction, or pressure on the skin. They are patches of dead skin with a small plug toward the center. They may appear ... read more..

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What Are Corns?

Corns are hardened layers of skin that take the form of a yellow-colored bump, most commonly found on the side or bottom of one’s feet. Corns are often sensitive to the touch and may cause p read more..

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Athlete's Foot

Athlete’s foot is an extremely contagious infection caused by a fungus that results in itching, burning, dry, and flaking feet. The fungus that causes athlete’s foot is known as tinea pedi... read more..

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Common Symptoms of Athlete’s Foot

Research has indicated the foot condition, athlete’s foot, is the most common infection of the skin. It is caused by a fungus that typically lives and thrives in moist and warm environments. read more..

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Foot and Ankle Trauma

Broken Feet A broken foot can either refer to a fracture or a straight break. The location of any break can tell you how the break happened. Toes, for instance, break typically as a result of somet... read more..

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Are Foot And Ankle Injuries Common?

The majority of the population has endured a foot or ankle injury at some point in their lives. This type of condition may be prevalent among people who frequently participate in sporting activities. ... read more..

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Blisters on the Feet

Blisters are a common ailment of people who wear shoes that are either too tight or rub against the feet in an uncomfortable way. Knowing the basics of blisters is important for understanding how they... read more..

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Why Do Blisters Form and How Should They Be Treated?

Blisters, small fluid-filled pockets, are a common annoyance most people experience throughout their lives. However, blisters can be particularly painful when formed on the foot due to its many nerves... read more..

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Sever's Disease

Sever's disease, also known as calcaneal apophysitis, is a medical condition that causes heel pain in children’s feet while they’re growing. Sever's disease occurs most commonly in... read more..


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Teenagers and Sever's Disease

The medical condition that is referred to as Calcaneal Apophysitis is commonly known as Sever's disease. This disease occurs when the growth plate in the heel becomes swollen, and typically a... read more..

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Plantar Fasciitis

The plantar fascia is a connective tissue in the heel that stretches across the bottom length of your foot. Plantar fasciitis occurs when the connective tissue becomes inflamed, causing heel pain and ... read more..

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Possible Causes of Plantar Fasciitis

Patients who have high arches may be prone to developing a painful condition that is known as plantar fasciitis. This condition occurs when the band of tissue that is located on the sole of the f... read more..

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Achilles Tendon Injuries

The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body; it is a tough band of fibrous tissue that stretches from the bones of the heel to the calf muscles. This tendon is what allows us to stand on our... read more..

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Symptoms Of An Achilles Tendon Injury

The Achilles tendon connects the heel to the calf muscles, and it is located in the back of the leg, directly above the heel. It is known to be the largest tendon in the body, and if it should bec read more..

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Hyperhidrosis of the Feet

Hyperhidrosis of the feet, also termed plantar hyperhidrosis, is characterized by excessive sweating of the feet that can be onset by any cause, such as exercise, fever, or anxiety. Most people suffer... read more..

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Methods That May Help Sweaty Feet to Feel Better

The medical condition that is referred to as plantar hyperhidrosis is known as excessive sweaty feet. Patients who are affected by this ailment have endocrine glands that produce large amounts of... read more..

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Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment of Poor Blood Circulation in the Feet

Poor blood circulation in the feet and legs is often caused by peripheral artery disease (PAD), which is usually the result of a buildup of plaque in the arteries. Plaque buildup, or atherosclerosis read more..

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