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You may experience heel pain when you place weight on the affected heel. It may begin as mild pain and become intense over time. There are several factors that can cause heel pain. You need to seek the help of a foot doctor or podiatrist...

Seniors often forget to care for their feet despite experiencing foot problems due to aging processes. As we age, the nails and skin tend to become dry and brittle, due to loss of cushioning in the feet. The feet may feel better with properly fitting...

When the side of a toenail grows into the surrounding skin, it is referred to as an ingrown toenail. Common symptoms include redness, pain, swelling, and tenderness. Left untreated, severe pain and discomfort may result due to an infection. Ingrown toenails can be seen in patients...

Children also experience foot and leg problems like adults. Here is a look at some common conditions. Osgood-Schlatter’s Disease Many growing children, especially boys between the ages of 10 and 15, suffer from knee pain due to Osgood-Schlatter’s disease – an overuse injury that affects the patellar...

Pain in the ball of the foot or Metatarsalgia refers to painful metatarsal heads. The condition usually develops as a result of excessive pressure over a long period of time. Metatarsalgia involves pain and inflammation in the padding below your toes. This is the area where...

A painful arch and a burning sensation in the heel can make it almost impossible for a person to stand or walk. If you are experiencing these symptoms, you should consult a podiatrist immediately before it gets worse. Your Foot Arch The plantar fascia (strong connective tissues...

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