Arch pain is often felt as a dull ache under the long arch of the foot.
Arthritis is a disease characterized by the inflammation of the cartilage and lining of the body’s joints.
Athlete’s foot (also known as ringworm of the foot or tinea pedis) is a fungal infection.
One of the more painful conditions to affect our feet are bunions.
The formation of calluses is caused by an accumulation of dead skin cells that harden and thicken over an area of the foot.
A claw toe is a toe that is contracted at the PIP and DIP joints and can lead to severe pressure and pain.
Corns are small, rough mounds of firm, dead skin that form on or between the toes.
Diabetes (or more correctly, diabetes mellitus) is a chronic disease that affects up to 6% of the population.
A hammer toe is a deformity of the second, third or fourth toes.
Also known as cracked heels, Heel Fissures can also lead to serious medical problems.
A common condition in which weight bearing on the heel causes extreme discomfort.
The heel bone is the largest bone in the foot and absorbs the most amount of shock and pressure.
Known to physicians as onychocryptosis, ingrown toe nails are a common, painful condition.
A mallet toe occurs when the joint at the end of the toe cannot straighten.
A general term used to denote a painful foot condition in the metatarsal region of the foot.
A common foot problem associated with pain, swelling and/or an inflammation of a nerve.
A common forefoot disorder where the second toe is longer than the Big Toe.
A complication of diabetes that affects the nerves.
Can occur in any of the toes and can cause extreme irritation if not corrected.
A common biomechanical problem that occurs in the walking process when a person’s arch collapses upon weight bearing.
An inflammation caused by excessive stretching of the plantar fascia.
A strain placed on the posterior tibial tendon.
A common ailment that affects the forefoot, typically in young people who engage in physical activity like running or dancing.
A common lower extremity complaint, especially among runners and other athletes.
Known by physicians as Onychomycosis and has affected a large proportion of the population by age 70.