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Mortons Neuroma Diagnosis

Overview Morton neuroma (interdigital neuroma), first described in 1876, is a perineural fibrosis and nerve degeneration of the common digital nerve. Morton neuroma, or Morton’s neuroma, is not a true neuroma, although it… Continue reading

Work Outs For Ingrowing toe nails

The causes of lip swelling could range from trauma and contact dermatitis to allergic reactions to certain medical conditions. I am a 44 year old Pe teacher who has been experiencing Flat Feet… Continue reading

Painful Feet & Arch Supports

A foot pain is a common syndrome among the individuals and it can be acute in few cases if left unattended. Psoriatic arthritis can cause pain and swelling beyond the joints. Yes it… Continue reading

Hard Skin On Feet

I’m going to be talking about foot care so if feet turn your stomach, give this post a miss! It’s easy to ignore how your feet look during the cold-weather months when you… Continue reading

Caring For Your Feet As You Age

Elderly individuals (can be called geriatric) are susceptible to a number of foot specific conditions Some of these conditions can leave individuals disabled if they are not prevented and/or taken care of. Some… Continue reading

Depth Report

Foot reflexology is a massage technique that is used as a complimentary therapy in some medical conditions to provide added benefits to the patient. Hand, foot and mouth disease is a common viral… Continue reading

Caring For Your Feet As You Age

Diabetics often suffer foot and leg pain as a result of complications that are associated with the diabetes. The human foot is capable to adjust to irregular ground, in an extensive range of… Continue reading

How To Maintain Proper Foot Care Video

While there is a lot of awareness about the need to wear diabetic or therapeutic footwear, there is little information available on how to differentiate the real from the phony ones. Foot corn… Continue reading

How To Maintain Proper Foot Care Video

According to STARTHealthCare, three out of four Americans experience foot problems in a lifetime despite the fact that only a small group of individuals are born with foot problems. Calluses are caused by… Continue reading