Bunion Care

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Swelling along the bottom of the big toe can result in redness, bone deformity, stiffness, and pain. Bunions are a progressive toe disorder that can be treated by wearing orthotic shoes and using support materials. A podiatrist can assess the severity of a bunion and recommend padding, taping, and shoe types that will slow the progression of the disorder. Your Shoe Size And Preferred Style An individual’s foot can lengthen and widen as age progresses.…

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What Pain In Your Heel May Be Caused From?

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Pain in the heel can make walking difficult, let alone doing anything else. Heel pain can make exercise difficult, or even just standing up and putting weight on your foot painful to deal with. If you have heel pain, there are a number of things that may be causing this issue. You may be able to make a few changes on your own to help heal this pain, or you may need proper treatment from a podiatrist.…

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3 Things You Should Know About Plantar Fasciitis

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Foot pain can be quite debilitating. Unfortunately, 8 out of 10 Americans have experienced foot pain at one time or another. The feet are prone to having many kinds of problems that cause pain. Some of the most common foot problems include bunions, blisters, heel spurs, corns, and ingrown toenails. Some painful conditions might warrant going to a foot doctor for treatment. One such condition is called plantar fasciitis. Here are three things you should know about plantar fasciitis.…

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