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How To Treat Retrocalcaneal Bursitis

How To Treat Retrocalcaneal Bursitis

Retrocalcaneal bursitis is medical speak for heel swelling or heel inflammation. Considering our heels are often the first part of our body that strikes the ground with each...

Treating Sural Neuritis

Treating Sural Neuritis

Your sural nerve is a sensory nerve in the calf region that runs down your leg and through the lateral side of your foot and toe. It has a few different branches, and if any of...

Things You Should Know About A Painful Pinky Toe

Things You Should Know About A Painful Pinky Toe

Although it’s the littlest of your five toes, your pinky toe can become quite painful if something goes wrong in the area. Since it’s the toe furthest on the outside of your...

Why Are My Ankles Turned Inward?

Why Are My Ankles Turned Inward?

Our feet, like the rest of our body, can slowly wear down as we get older. Due to repetitive motion, years of gradual stress and gait imbalances that are reinforced with every...

How To Treat A Sesamoid Fracture In Your Foot

How To Treat A Sesamoid Fracture In Your Foot

Your sesamoid bones are a small section of bones that are embedded in a tendon in your foot. More precisely, they are two pea-sized bones that are located in the ball of a...

5 Simple Ways To Keep Your Joints Healthy

5 Simple Ways To Keep Your Joints Healthy

Although they oftentimes get overlooked, your joints play a crucial role in helping you move around without pain. They are also somewhat unique in that unlike a broken bone that...

The Dangers Of Untreated Plantar Fasciitis

The Dangers Of Untreated Plantar Fasciitis

Our body is a fantastic instrument that works to heal its injuries, and while you can heal from a number of different health conditions simply by letting bone development or...

How To Care For A Swollen Toe

How To Care For A Swollen Toe

Your toes play a crucial role in helping you run, walk and stay upright, but because we rely on them so frequently to help us get around, they are also oftentimes a source of...

Causes and Treatment of Bone Spurs in Feet

Causes and Treatment of Bone Spurs in Feet

A bone spur—or osteophyte—is an abnormal growth of bone that develops when the body tries to repair a problem. Bone spurs can occur in any bone but happen most frequently in...

Causes of Hand and Foot Pain

Causes of Hand and Foot Pain

Pain in the hands and feet can result from problems with the joints, tendons, ligaments, or nerves. Symptoms can vary from deep aches, sharp pains, joint stiffness, swelling,...

How Psoriatic Arthritis Is Diagnosed

How Psoriatic Arthritis Is Diagnosed

The diagnosis of psoriatic arthritis involves a review of your medical history, a physical examination, and X-rays or other imaging studies. Blood tests and synovial fluid...

The Anatomy of the Foot and Common Foot Problems

The Anatomy of the Foot and Common Foot Problems

Your feet are made for walking—and running, jumping, balancing, climbing, and more. So it's no wonder that the human foot is complex. Believe it or not, your size sixes (or...