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Landing awkwardly on your feet while playing sports or twisting your ankle while negotiating a sidewalk can cause an ankle sprain. The ankle joint consists of a number of soft tissues – ligaments and tendons – that can cause severe pain, swelling, and immobility, when overly...

The term ‘fracture’ refers to a broken bone. A foot or ankle fracture can happen while playing a sport and exercising, or just by stubbing your toe. Professional athletes are more vulnerable to a foot or ankle fracture due to the constant stress their feet...

Sesamoid bones are bones within tendons that have no direct attachment to another bone with a joint. We have two sesamoid bones under the joint at the base of the big toes. When they become inflamed, the condition is called sesamoiditis.   Causes of sesamoiditis include acute...

Are you bothered by warts in your feet? Warts are small and hard growths on the skin caused by an infection with HPV or Human Papilloma virus. Fortunately, foot warts are treatable. Causes of Warts Commonly, warts are caused by an HPV infection. Skin Contact Some wart viruses are...

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