Plantar fasciitis is notorious for the stabbing pain it causes, especially with your first few steps each morning. While surgery can be a treatment option, it doesn’t have to be. Read on to learn how to treat plantar fasciitis without surgery.
If conservative treatments aren’t alleviating painful bunions, it may be time to consider surgery. Minimally invasive bunion surgery helps restore the function in your toe, but you may have questions. Read on.
Did you know that gout is a type of arthritis? Like other types of arthritis, it’s known for causing joint pain and inflammation, but this type of arthritis has several dietary triggers. Read on to learn about foods to avoid if you have gout.
Morton’s neuromas are thickened areas of tissue that cause painful symptoms such as burning and stabbing pain. This leads to one question: will a neuroma go away on its own? Continue reading to uncover the answer.
Ingrown toenails are notorious for causing pain and swelling, and if you’ve ever had one, you’re likely eager to avoid future recurrences. Clipping your toenails properly can help you avoid future ingrown nails. Here’s what you need to know.
Foot pain is common, and it can have many causes. From arthritis to fractures to strains, there’s no shortage of conditions that lead to sore, hurt feet. But how do you know if plantar fasciitis is the source of your pain? Find out here.
Do you have tendon issues? Your foot has many different tendons, and they’re all susceptible to inflammation. In this blog, we explore the possibilities of treating tendon issues with shockwave therapy.
Is your joint pain caused by poor gait or foot conditions like overpronation? It could be! Luckily, orthotics don’t just help your feet. Learn how custom orthotics can help improve both your foot and joint pain.
A pain in the foot? There are many conditions that cause foot pain, but one condition, in particular, is notorious for causing pain in the ball of your foot: neuromas. Read on to learn what neuromas are, how to spot them, and how they’re treated.
Bunions may create a large bump on your foot, but this bump is more than just a cosmetic concern. Bunions can cause extreme pain that makes it hard to walk comfortably. But is it time for surgery? Here are five signs it’s time to consider that step.
Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of your plantar fascia, and unfortunately, it can quite literally stop you in your tracks. In this blog, we explain what shock wave therapy is and how sound waves can help reduce your plantar fasciitis pain.
Can orthotics really correct your foot problems? Yes! In this blog, we cover two types of orthotics 一 functional and accommodative 一 and how they can correct various foot problems, such as plantar fasciitis, bunions, and more.
Warts are a common, albeit uncomfortable, condition, especially if they form on the bottom of your feet. While over-the-counter wart treatments exist, are they the right move for you? Find out why you may want to consider podiatric care for your wart.
Gout attacks can cause pain so intense that even your blanket touching your toe is just too much. While gout is a chronic arthritic condition, there are steps you can take to reduce your risk of a gout flare-up. Read on to explore the top 5 tips.
Shoes are often slotted as nothing more than an accessory, but the reality is that shoes have the power to protect 一 or harm 一 your feet. Find out how improper footwear causes foot pain and how to choose the right pair of shoes.
Is gout a disease of the past? You might have read about gout in your history book, but the reality is that gout is one of the many types of arthritis today. Read on to take a closer look at gout, including the causes, risk factors, and treatments.
An ankle sprain is the overstretching or tearing of the ligaments in your ankle, and it’s a common injury that quickly derails your physical activity. In this blog, we share tips for avoiding an ankle sprain and what to do if you injure your ankle.
If caught early, a hammertoe, better known as a foot deformity, can be treated. Hammertoes may require a change in footwear, orthotics, or surgical intervention. Read on to learn more about your options.
Don’t let foot pain keep you from enjoying life. Extracorporeal shockwave therapy uses innovative technology to tap into your body’s healing responses, relieving symptoms so you can get back to the activities you love. Here’s how it works.
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