Category: Foot conditions

5 Ways to Treat Neuromas

Neuromas, a condition that involves an inflamed nerve on the bottom of your feet, can result in varying levels of discomfort and pain. They typically form at the base of the toes, and can cause numbness, tingling, burning, and pain. Nerve pain can be difficult to treat and may require novel methods to do so. […]

Corns on Your Feet Don’t Stop Growing Easily

Corns sound harmless, but to anyone who has experienced them, they know they can be quite deceptive! Thin and smooth layers of the skin eventually turn into a painful, hard or soft area that typically forms on your toes. Corns are the product of compression and resistance on your feet that usually form as they […]

Metatarsalgia is Not to Be Taken Lightly

Wonder what running, dancing, and wearing high heels share in common? They can all cause pain in the ball of the foot, which is referred to as metatarsalgia. Try saying that 3 times quickly! The area where the base of the toes connect to the metatarsal bones is where metatarsalgia strikes, causing inflammation and pain. […]

Don’t Let Flat Feet Get You Down

Flat feet have a way of causing little drama at the beginning, only to become problematic later on with lack of treatment. Flat feet develop when there is an alteration in the form of the foot because the arch is not in a neutral position and occur because the tendons holding joints together have become […]

Bunions Can Wear Your Feet Down

Bunions can be annoying or not a problem at all. If your bunion does not develop into a large enough mass to cause shoe issues or other complications, there may not be much you have to do. However, they can frequently cause significant issues that can cause your feet to be worn out from dealing […]

The Wickedness of Corns

Corns are hardened areas of skin that can form on the foot and cause problems if not handled correctly. It’s the pressure and friction that occurs on the foot’s skin that begins the start of this condition by causing a buildup of dead layers of skin. Corns are generally hard or soft, depending on whether […]

Handle Foot Pain Caused by Arthritis with Proper Footwear

Proper footwear are powerful words in the world of foot health. In particular, devices such as orthotics can help to treat arthritis by adjusting muscle stimulation to lessen the joint burden. Moreover, correctly fitting footwear can also help in this regard since shoes that are narrow and tight may cause damage to the foot’s joints. This […]

Metatarsalgia Can Interfere with Sports

Metatarsalgia is the swelling of the joints between the metatarsal foot bones and phalanges toe bones due to surplus pressure being placed on the joints from routine activities or high intense undertakings. This condition causes pain in the front of the foot that intensifies when bearing weight on the foot. This pain gets significantly worse […]

Flat Feet Fall Fast

Flat Feet is a condition that can develop at any age group. Infants generally appear to have them because the excess fat on their foot pads and eventually grow out of them, and adults can develop them later in life. This condition causes the arch of the foot to collapse. While some may not experience […]

Calluses can get Rough

A callus is hardened skin that develops from pressure and irritation caused by a multitude of factors. Calluses are usually the sign of an underlying problem like a deformed bone due to an irregular step or the use of improperly fitting shoes that increase the amount of friction. Older aged folks may have a reduced […]