5 09, 2015

3 Common Foot Pain Conditions (and how to treat them)

2016-11-26T08:45:48+00:00

Foot problems are not exactly an issue that anyone ever cares to have. If your feet hurt, you daily life -- work, play, and rest -- can be severely impacted. Many foot problems arise out of simple neglect. It is not everyday as people that we really think about the [...]

3 Common Foot Pain Conditions (and how to treat them)2016-11-26T08:45:48+00:00
20 04, 2015

Post-Tib Tendonitis: Treatment

2016-11-26T08:45:49+00:00

What is Post-Tib Tendonitis? Post-Tib Tendonitis is also referred to as post tibial tendonitis  or posterior tib tendonitis. This condition of the foot involves damage or injury to the posterior tibial tendon. This tendon in the one that runs along the foot and the inside of the ankle. In most [...]

Post-Tib Tendonitis: Treatment2016-11-26T08:45:49+00:00
20 04, 2015

Sesamoiditis: Treatment Guide

2016-11-26T08:45:49+00:00

What is Sesamoiditis? Sesamoiditis is a foot condition that involves pain and inflammation in a specific set of sesamoid bones. These are the bones located underneath the first metatarsal head. In layman's terms, the sesamoid bones are located in the part of the ball of the foot that is just [...]

Sesamoiditis: Treatment Guide2016-11-26T08:45:49+00:00
20 04, 2015

Heel Fissures: A Guide to Treatment and Prevention

2016-11-26T08:45:49+00:00

 What Are Heel Fissures? Heel fissures are a common foot problem that plagues many people. As the name suggests, the condition consists of a series of cracks (or possibly one) that develops in the heel area of one or both feet; in fact, the common term for the problem is [...]

Heel Fissures: A Guide to Treatment and Prevention2016-11-26T08:45:49+00:00
20 04, 2015

Metatarsalgia (Ball of Foot Pain): Treatment Guide

2016-11-26T08:45:49+00:00

What Is Metatarsalgia Metatarsalgia is the technical Latin term for pain that occurs in the ball or forefront area of the foot. It can occur on either foot singly, or in both feet at once. The term encompasses pain occurring anywhere in the section of the foot located between the [...]

Metatarsalgia (Ball of Foot Pain): Treatment Guide2016-11-26T08:45:49+00:00
20 04, 2015

Morton’s Toe: Symptoms and Treatments

2016-11-26T08:45:50+00:00

The condition commonly known as a Morton's toe is also called Morton's syndrome and long toe. The last of these names is the most descriptive and perfectly captures the nature of the condition itself. First discovered in the 1920s by Dr. Dudley J. Morton, the condition was later understood to [...]

Morton’s Toe: Symptoms and Treatments2016-11-26T08:45:50+00:00
20 04, 2015

Morton’s Neuroma: Treatments

2016-11-26T08:45:50+00:00

What is Morton's Neuroma? A neuroma is a growth that occurs on nerve tissue, sometimes taking the form of a tumor. Morton's neuroma, however, may not consist of a tumor in the true sense of the word. Many medical specialists who study this condition believe that the growth that occurs [...]

Morton’s Neuroma: Treatments2016-11-26T08:45:50+00:00
20 04, 2015

Aching Feet: The Complete Guide to Treatments

2016-11-26T08:45:50+00:00

So Your Feet Ache... Aching feet is a problem that no one is immune to. Those who work on their feet all day will find it to be an issue, but people in other walks of life are also likely to develop problems with aching feet. The causes of the [...]

Aching Feet: The Complete Guide to Treatments2016-11-26T08:45:50+00:00
20 04, 2015

Foot Blisters: A Comprehensive Treatment Guide

2016-11-26T08:45:50+00:00

What Are Foot Blisters? Blisters in general appear as small bubbles of skin, slightly raised from the surface; sometimes they are raised in a much larger way. In either case, blisters are generally filled with a clear fluid. Because of this, they appear to be rather squishy when prodded. Foot [...]

Foot Blisters: A Comprehensive Treatment Guide2016-11-26T08:45:50+00:00
20 04, 2015

Shin Splints: Complete Treatment Guide

2016-11-26T08:45:50+00:00

What Are Shin Splints? The condition known as shin splints is referred to in formal medical jargon as MTSS, standing for medial tibial stress syndrome. Shin splints basically consist of stress fractures in the middle part of the tibia, one of the bones located in the lower leg (the tibia [...]

Shin Splints: Complete Treatment Guide2016-11-26T08:45:50+00:00
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