Our Blog Takes a Close Look at Foot Injuries, Treatments, and Complications
Will wrapping your ankle relieve the swelling? Should you tape a fractured toe to the adjacent toe as a splint? Find out why people are still using ineffective at-home treatments, as well how to get lasting relief from your foot or ankle problem.
Broken Foot Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment
A broken foot is when one of the bones located in the foot fractures, or breaks. About 10% of broken bones occur in the foot.
Athlete’s Foot: The Sole Story
Do you suffer from itching, burning, dry, and flaking feet? It could be athlete’s foot.
Gout has Returned in Britain due to Increase in Poverty
Since 2008, wages have been consistently below the rate of inflation in Britain and since the global financial crisis occurred, Britain’s poverty level has been
Everything You Need to Know About Gout
Gout, typically found in diabetic patients, is an unusually painful form of arthritis caused by elevated levels of uric acid in the bloodstream.
UK Woman Confuses Plantar Warts for Corns
Kelly Bradford found several lumps in her heels and first believed them to be corns due to their rough texture.
Heel pain is a stressful condition that effects day to day activities. Running and walking causes stress on the heel because the heel is the part of the foot that hits the ground first.
What to Know About a Broken Toe
Although most people try to avoid foot trauma such as banging, stubbing, or dropping heavy objects on their feet, the unfortunate fact is that it is a common occurrence.
New York Woman undergoes Cinderella Surgery to remove Bunion
35-year-old New York City resident Denise Maione-Schwind has undergone ‘Cinderella surgery,’ or a Bunionplasty, to correct the bony bump on the side of her foot
Morton’s Neuroma Susceptibility Increases With High Heel Usage
Morton’s Neuroma is a very painful condition known for flare-ups akin to sharp ‘stabbing’ pains while walking. This painful neuroma, which often affects the area between the toes
Smartphone App Encourages Employee Fitness
Thanks to smartphone apps and sensors such as the Fitbit, the employees of Washington, D.C. are encouraged to keep track of how many steps to take a day.