If you have pain in the lower leg that is primarily isolated along the shinbone (tibia), a doctor may diagnose you with having shin splints. The pain occurs between the knee and ankle in the front of the leg, and … Read More
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According to the childhood song, “Dem Bones,” the toe bone is connected to the heel bone. That might be a fine primer for a first grader, but in fact, the anatomy of the foot is incredibly complex. And when the … Read More
A stabbing sensation in your heel that gets worse after long periods of standing is one of the telling signs of plantar fasciitis. And if the pain is worst in the morning, it’s even more likely that that’s the diagnosis … Read More
Many people take their feet for granted – that is, until they have a problem. And so many conditions that affect the feet can be quite painful. With so many possible foot afflictions, one of the most common way the … Read More
A bunion is a hard bump that appears at the base of your big toe, forcing that toe to slightly overlap with the adjacent toe. The scientific term for bunions is hallux valgus, and they usually develop due to structural … Read More
Pregnancy affects so much of a woman’s body as her body adjusts to the growing baby inside. Because of the naturally increasing weight, one of the most common complaints of every pregnant woman is foot pain.
Foot problems due to … Read More
Many people who suffer from foot pain experience a worsening of symptoms at night, making it difficult to fall asleep or stay asleep. Once you are asleep, foot pain can be disruptive – and it’s not uncommon for a sufferer … Read More
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Cincinnati Foot & Ankle Care is excited to bring you the latest information about research and advancements in podiatry and foot and ankle surgery. This blog … Read More