Common Reasons For Foot Pain

By learning what some of the common causes of foot pain are, you will have a better chance of making changes to the way you do certain things so that you can avoid many of those pains. Here are some of the reasons many people experience foot pain. The wrong shoes If you wear the wrong shoes, it can make your feet hurt. You may be wearing the wrong shoes for you, or the wrong shoes for anyone. Read More 

Metatarsalgia And Feelings Of Stepping On A Stone

When you put weight on the ball of your foot, do you feel like you're stepping on a pebble? This type of pain is often referred to as metatarsalgia. It's an inflammation and irritation of the tissues around your metatarsal bones. Metatarsalgia has several possible causes and is typically treatable. Read on to learn more! Causes of Metatarsalgia One of the most common causes of metatarsalgia, or the feeling of stepping on a stone, is a condition called Morton's neuroma. Read More 

Give Your Foot Pain The Boot: Understanding And Treating Plantar Fasciitis

Because you are constantly walking, running, and standing, you will most likely experience some slight discomfort and pain in the foot and heal. Unfortunately, the tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot, connecting the heel to the toes can become inflamed over time. This condition is known as plantar fasciitis. Even though it affects around 10 percent of the population, most people are not familiar with this condition. This guide will help you understand the causes and treatment options for plantar fasciitis. Read More 

Avoiding Broken Feet Or Toes

People trip and fall every day, causing broken feet or toes. People also stub their toes everyday, on everything from the bare ground to pieces of furniture or any other object that is close to or sitting on the ground. Broken toes can be extremely painful and cause severe big toe joint pain. While most are told there is nothing that can be done about a broken toe, so to ignore it; it is a good idea to get in to see the podiatrist to rule out larger problems they can treat you for. Read More