Why are Foot Conditions Serious?

The foot covers the entire structure from heel to toe. We address a range of conditions from flat feet to bunions and emphasize overall foot health. By preventing complications, quality of life can be vastly improved.

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Foot conditions encompass a wide range of disorders, injuries, and diseases. Here’s an overview, covering some of them:

Plantar Fasciitis: Inflammation of the plantar fascia, which connects the heel bone to the toes causes heel pain. This is especially with the first steps in the morning or after resting for prolonged periods.

Bunions: A bunion is a bony bump that forms at the base of the big toe and makes the toe deviate towards the other toes. These can be painful and may lead to corns or calluses.

Ingrown Toenails: This condition occurs when the edge of a toenail grows into the surrounding skin, causing pain, redness, swelling, and at times, infection.

Flat Feet (Pes Planus): These occur when the arches of the feet collapse, causing the entire sole to come into contact with the ground. These may be asymptomatic or cause foot pain, stiffness, or difficulty standing for longer periods.

Hammertoes: These are a deformity of the toe joints, causing one or more toes to bend abnormally downward, similar to a hammer. These can be flexible or rigid and may cause pain, corns, or calluses.

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Can feet be an indicator of health conditions?

Yes, swelling in the feet or ankles may be an indicator of high blood pressure, as well as severe illness such as congestive heart failure, kidney failure, or liver failure. It is important to get them checked out by a medical professional.

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