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Foot pain? It may be a bunion.

A painful lump of bone that develops on the joint at the base of the big toe is known as a bunion. Bunions form when the normal movement and balance of forces exert the foot tendons. The normal movement of tendons becomes disrupted and instability of the joint occurs. As a result, a deformity pops up. When a bunion is left untreated, it becomes excessively painful and inhibits mobility. Since bunions develop on the joint… Read More »

Diabetic Foot Problems

Foot problems are common in people with diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, even the most ordinary foot problems may develop into serious complications, especially if the foot issues are ignored. People with diabetes are at risk for a number of problems associated with the feet. From bunions to dry skin, even a minor problem may result in something serious because of the impact diabetes has on circulation and overall health. Diabetic foot care… Read More »

Foot Problems from Flip Flops

They come in every color of the rainbow and are the footwear of choice when vacationing at the beach, but these fun and fashionable shoes may be harmful to the health of your foot. According to the National Foot Health Assessment, nearly 80% of people age 21 and older have experienced at least one foot problem in their life and medical experts agree that the primary culprit is flip flops. Ankle Problems Flip flops do… Read More »

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