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4 Contributing Factors To Stress Fractures Of The Foot

4 Contributing Factors To Stress Fractures Of The Foot

As the name implies, a stress fracture in your foot occurs when your foot is overstressed and a bone in the area can no longer sufficiently displace this pressure, leading to a...

How To Stay Active In A Foot Cast

How To Stay Active In A Foot Cast

Casts are great at protecting our feet and helping them heal after an injury, but they can provide a hindrance to our mobility. That being said, there are some things you can do...

Pain in My Second Toe

Pain in My Second Toe

Are you experiencing pain in the second toe on your foot? If you didn’t drop something on your foot or have it stepped on, what could be causing this pain? Below, we take a...

Treating Pump Bumps On The Back Of Your Heel

Treating Pump Bumps On The Back Of Your Heel

If you notice a small bump on the back part of your heel, odds are you’re dealing with what’s commonly referred to as a “pump bump.” The name comes from the pump-style heels...

What Is A Bunionette?

What Is A Bunionette?

You’ve probably heard of the condition known as a bunion, but is also has a sister condition called a bunionette. So what is a bunionette, and how is it treated? We answer those...

Diagnosing and Treating Sural Nerve Problems

Diagnosing and Treating Sural Nerve Problems

Your sural nerve runs down the back of your leg, behind the outside edge of your ankle and down the outside of your foot. It provides sensation to those areas and to your two...

Walking Mistakes To Avoid As You Get Older

Walking Mistakes To Avoid As You Get Older

Walking is one of the most basic forms of exercise, and you an do it from almost anywhere without any fancy equipment. Because of this, many individuals say that walking is...

How Often Are Achilles Tears Career-Ending Injuries For Athletes?

How Often Are Achilles Tears Career-Ending Injuries For Athletes?

The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body. It provides immense function and stability to your foot, and a tendon rupture can severely impact a person’s quickness,...

Heel Pain in Children

Heel Pain in Children

Heel pain is a pretty common issue for active children as they continue to grow. Sometimes it is caused by an acute injury or overstress during repeated activity, but other...

Why Drinking Water Is Beneficial For Your Feet

Why Drinking Water Is Beneficial For Your Feet

Water has whole body benefits, but is also affects specific areas of your body, like your feet. Now, drinking a lot of water isn’t going to prevent ankle sprains, but water...

How To Heal Foot Pain While Remaining Active

How To Heal Foot Pain While Remaining Active

One of the biggest hindrances to treating and recovering from certain foot conditions is that fact that you pretty much need your feet in order to get around. If you’re dealing...

The Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options For Ankle Ulcers

The Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options For Ankle Ulcers

Ulcers are open sores or lesions on your body that are slow to heal. They occur as the result of skin tissue breakdown, and they are usually accompanied by pain and discomfort....