Heel spurs are small calcium deposits that form bony protrusions at the bottom of the heel bone. A heel spur doesn’t always cause pain or any obvious symptoms, but it may cause chronic or stabbing pain that makes walking difficult.… Read More
You may experience pain in the big toe joint as a result of many common problems. When the bones or soft tissues of the toe are damaged, it can cause pain and swelling and may affect the structure and function … Read More
Posterior heel pain refers to pain experienced at the back of the heel, not under the heel as is typical of heel pain. Achilles tendonitis, bursitis, and Haglund’s deformity are common causes of posterior heel pain.
Nonsurgical treatments can usually … Read More
A heel spur is a calcium deposit that develops as a result of injury or inflammation. It could be due to a tendon strain or plantar fasciitis, which is an inflammation of the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue … Read More
Arthritis is inflammation in one or more joints. In one foot alone, there are over 30 joints – so arthritis in one or both feet can truly interrupt your daily life every time you stand and walk.
The symptoms can … Read More
When you put on your sneakers and go on your daily jog or run, you can’t help but feel good about yourself. However, high-impact exercise can result in heel pain.
Pain in one or both heels after exercise is often … Read More
Your foot is much more complex than you may realize. You have muscles, bones, tendons, and other structures that work together to help you stand and walk around. Just like any other part of the body, your feet can suffer … Read More