Flat feet are deformities since the surface area of the sole of the foot almost entirely touches the ground.
The metatarsal bones connect your toes to your foot and metatarsalgia can affect the area where the three middle toes attach to the ball of the foot. The symptoms become worse as weight is placed on the injured areas.
Having ingrown toenails is a normal podiatric issue that we often see at our practice. They happen as the side of your toenail presses into the skin, potentially permitting germs into your bloodstream.
Ankle fractures can be very painful as well as traumatic due to the significant detrimental impact they have on your stride and overall comfort. The ankle may incur a fracture from a sudden rotation, roll or slip.
If you evade treatment at the beginning, they can multiply in huge numbers as they tend to be caused by a virus.
Heel bone fractures generally happen in the young adult population and can cause pain for weeks after it occurs (or longer if not treated).
Diabetic foot care involves more than a slight inspection and instead requires a diligent undertaking to ensure life-threatening complications are not easily allowed to develop.
Neuromas are a painful and irritating occurrence that can appear between the toes. They are benign groupings of nerves that develop from constant friction usually caused by improper shoes.
Geriatric foot care is of the utmost importance to seniors as it can mean a safeguard from fatal consequences.
Ignoring bunions will only make things worse as the bunching together of your toes will create pain and long-term defects.