The most common foot complaints during pregnancy are ingrown toenails, callouses, cracked heels and general foot pain.
What can you do for foot pain caused by pregnancy?
In the foot, toes usually break when something hard is kicked with force.
Broken heels are usually the result of falling and landing on the feet.
How do you know if you have broken bone in your foot and what should you do?
Many women have spent a day walking in high-heels and have woken up the next day in serious pain.
This is also called high-heel hangover.
Here are some tips on how to sidestep that painful morning after, keep reading!
Heel pain is very common, especially for adults over the age of 40 and kids between 8 and 13.
The heel bone is the first bone in the foot to make contact with the ground, which makes the heel vulnerable to stress and pain.
What should you do if you have heel pain? keep reading!
While we can’t change the genetics that may affect our foot structure, we do have control over the types of shoes we wear.
Tight shoes often increase the severity of various types of foot problems, to learn what to do, keep reading!
High heels are a guilty pleasure for most women, but have also been blamed for numerous foot problems.
Should women wear flat shoes, such as flat ballet pumps?
Flat shoes are not always best because they don’t provide arch support for your feet, and can put a strain on your feet.
Keep reading to learn the best shoes for your feet!
Do you have pain on the bottom of your foot?
What could be the cause, but more importantly, what’s the cure?
Did you know that your feet can provide important clues about the state of your health?
The feet are often good indicators of what is going on in the rest of the body.
To learn what your feet are telling you, keep reading!
Adult Acquired Flatfoot Deformity (AAFD) is when you have a fallen arch with a foot pointed outward.
The good news is that most people with flat feet can be helped.
To learn more about this condition and what can be done to help, keep reading!
Do you have pain on the top of your foot? If your foot hasn’t been physically injured, the cause could be anything from an ingrown toenail to gout.
How do you figure out what could be causing the pain and what to do about it? Keep reading!