Heel spurs begin as growths in the heel bone because of calcium deposits that progress when the plantar fascia is pulled away from the heel.
Diabetic Foot Care is highly important to preserving feet for those afflicted with diabetes.
Metatarsalgia can sound like a foreign condition that won’t affect you; but, it actually can. It’s a foot complication that produces discomfort at the front or bottom of the metatarsal bones which are located at the ball of the foot.
Hammertoes become painful and very annoying when they alter the shape of your foot and make it hard to utilize any shoes that you may have in your closet.
Ingrown toenails may be more likely to occur due to genetics, severe trauma damaging the toenails, cutting the nails too short, wearing shoes that are too snug or even fungal infections.
Toenail Fungus gets under your toenail, grows and causes damage.
Flat Feet happen to a large part of the population and may or may not be a cause for concern.
A Neuroma is a benign tumor that cultivates from the fibrous outer layers of a nerve, particularly in the foot.
Geriatric Foot Care is not something to consider at an older age, it should be thought of as mandatory.
Heel fractures cause the heel bone to break and may become stress fractures, which occur from repetitive pressures, such as when participating in sports.