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  • Did I Break My Foot?
    Whether you took a bad tumble or your child had a rough collision while playing sports, it’s important that you do not just recognize the signs of a broken foot Read more
  • What To Do About Blisters
    Everything from wearing shoes that are a little too loose to increasing the number of miles you run can leave you dealing with painful blisters on your feet. Blisters can Read more
  • How Rheumatoid Arthritis Affects the Feet
    Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the most common types of arthritis, and it is characterized by joint pain, inflammation, and damage. RA, like other kinds of arthritis, is progressive, which Read more
  • What To Do for a High Foot Arch
    Here’s what you can do to prevent foot pain caused by high arches. If you have high arches, you may notice them but not experience any problems; however, those with high Read more
  • Bad Circulation and Your Feet
    Are you dealing with numbness, tingling, or muscle cramps in your feet? If so, you could be dealing with poor circulation. Your feet must be getting proper blood flow, as Read more
  • Symptoms of Sesamoiditis
    A sesamoid is a bone that connects to a tendon or muscle instead of another bone. The most common sesamoids are the patella (kneecap) and two bones found under the Read more
  • Common Foot and Ankle Injuries And How a Podiatrist Can Help
    Foot and ankle injuries are fairly common and can happen to anyone, not just athletes. While minor strains and sprains can be nursed back to health by simply resting and Read more
  • Reasons for Foot and Ankle Swelling
    There are many reasons why someone may be dealing with swollen ankles or feet. The most common reason is an injury such as a sprained ankle; however, not all causes Read more
  • What To Do About Your Hammertoe
    While tight, cramped shoes and those towering high heels may not immediately show you the damage that’s being done to your feet, over time you will certainly notice changes in Read more
  • Arch Disorders
    The arches of the feet play a role in supporting your body’s weight when standing or in motion. The tarsal and metatarsal bones make up the arches of the feet, Read more
  • Obesity Causing Limb Amputation Epidemic in Scotland
    According to the World Health Organization, as obesity increases in young adults and children, so do foot and ankle problems. These issues are more likely to occur because there is Read more
  • Shin Splints: How to Ease Your Lower Leg Pain
    Although a shin splint is commonly used to describe various pains between the ankle and the knee, it actually refers to a specific inflammatory condition of the tibia -- a Read more
  • UK Woman Confuses Plantar Warts for Corns
    Kelly Bradford found several lumps in her heels and first believed them to be corns due to their rough texture. The growths did not seem to be going away with Read more
  • Systemic Disease Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Problems in Diabetics
    A recent study from the researcher faculty at St. George’s University of London discovered that diabetes patients with systematic disease peripheral neuropathy may be more susceptible to heart disease than Read more
  • A Look at Painful Plantar Warts
    Plantar warts are benign growths that develop on the bottom of your feet caused by direct contact with the human papilloma virus (HPV) -- the same virus that causes warts Read more
  • Correlation Between Women’s Footwear and Morton’s Neuromas
    At the recent Annual Scientific Conference of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS), a study had shown that women and their choice of foot wear may make Read more

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