Articles on Bunions, Heel Pain, and Other Foot and Ankle Conditions

Information is key to treating your foot injury. In our library, we explain the common causes of many foot conditions, including bunions, broken toes, plantar fasciitis, ingrown toenails, and more. Search through our articles to find out more about your condition.

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  • Plantar Fasciitis and Shoewear Proper footwear is crucial not only in the prevention of foot and toe problems but also in treating these problems. A comfortable, properly-fitted shoe can help
  • Pigmented Lesions, Pigmented Areas of Skin Pigmented lesions should always be inspected and observed. Most pigmented areas are nothing but freckles and moles. However a potentially deadly pigmented lesion that can occur on the foot
  • Peripheral Vascular Disease Circulation disorders includes a large number of different problems with one thing in common, they result in poor blood flow. Specifically, the term peripheral vascular disease
  • Pediatric Flatfoot A flatfoot deformity is where the arch on the inside border of the foot is more flat than normal. Flatfoot deformities can occur in all age groups, but appear most commonly in children.
  • Pain on the Top of the Foot There are several causes of pain on the top of the foot. The type of pain and its location help the doctor in determining the cause of the pain and helps to direct them in the best treatment for the patient
  • Pain in the Knees of the Growing Child Knee pain in children may be caused by a variety of conditions. Some of these conditions may be rare but can be quite serious in nature.
  • Pain in the Heel of a Child's Foot The spontaneous development of pain in children generally indicates some form of injury to the growth plate of a growing bone. This can occur without a specific memorable event.
  • Pain in the Bottom of the Foot and Heel Region There are several causes of pain in the arch of the foot and heel region. The type of pain and its location help the doctor in determining the cause of the pain and helps to direct them in the best treatment for the patient
  • Pain in the Balls of a Child's Foot The spontaneous development of pain in children generally indicates some form of injury to the growth plate of a growing bone. This can occur without a specific memorable event.
  • Pain in the Ball of the Foot There are several causes of pain in the ball of the foot. The type of pain and its location help the doctor in determining the cause of the pain and helps to direct them in the best treatment for the patient.