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Sore feet, ankles, legs, knees, hips and lower back

Sore feet, ankles, legs, knees, hips and lower back

Sore feet, ankles, legs, knees, hips and lower back Suffering from foot, ankle, leg, hip and/or lower back pain? Did you know that this type of pain is often related to unbalanced feet and legs? Foot pain Foot pain is very common, and often localized in the heel. The most common heel pain is plantar…

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Plantar fasciitis: causes, symptoms and treatments

Plantar fasciitis: causes, symptoms and treatments

Plantar fasciitis is a common foot condition. A strain or break in the plantar fascia, the fibrous band that supports the arch of the foot, is at the root of this condition. Heel discomfort is the most prominent sign of this condition. It will be felt from the first steps in the morning or after…

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Heel spur (Lenoir’s thorn)

Heel spur (Lenoir’s thorn)

When you place your foot on the ground, do you feel discomfort beneath your heel? Seeing as calcification under the calcaneus is quite common, Lenoir's thorn might be the disease that affects you. The heel spur, known as Lenoir's thorn, is a bony protrusion on the inside of your heel. This anatomical structure can be…

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Ingrown toenail (onychocryptosis)

Ingrown toenail (onychocryptosis)

Ingrown toenails are a frequent nail issue that can be extremely painful and even incapacitating. It's identified by a toenail that grows into the flesh and punctures it. Ingrown toenails cause irritation and, in the worst-case scenario, infection, resulting in painful toes. As a result, it is critical to address the problem as soon as…

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Corns, calluses and severe corns

Corns, calluses and severe corns

Corns, calluses and severe corns Corns, calluses and severe corns are formations of dead flesh under the feet. They can be embarrassing for people when they walk or exercise. Often, people with delicate feet tend to suffer more. However, this foot problem is easily treated. Corns, calluses, severe corns: how do they differ? It is…

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Diabetic foot

Diabetic foot

Diabetic foot develops as a result of the neuropathy that comes with poorly managed diabetes. When blood sugar levels are excessively high for an extended length of time, it impairs a person's neurological system. The injury results in a lack of sensation in the lower limbs, among other things. Peripheral neuropathy is the medical term…

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Lower back pain (lumbago)

Lower back pain (lumbago)

Lower back pain (also known as lumbago) is becoming increasingly common. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes (NIH), roughly 4 out of 5 people will suffer low back pain at some point in their lives. It is also one of the world's major causes of stopping work. Low back discomfort affects…

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Flatfoot

Flatfoot

Is there little or no curve in your foot arch? Do you get foot or joint discomfort when you stand? Flatfoot might be to blame for these problems. Flatfoot is the collapse of the arch of the foot, as the term implies. Flatfoot is most visible when standing or walking, and it can cause serious…

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Cavus foot

Cavus foot

Cavus foot Unlike the flat foot, which is intended to be supple and flattened, cavus foot is excessively arched and rigid. This foot problem is characterized by a pronounced curvature from the top of the secondary foot to the plantar arch that is very high.  It is also possible to observe a tightening between the…

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Leg disorders caused by venous insufficiency

Leg disorders caused by venous insufficiency

Bad blood flow from the lower limbs to the heart is the result of venous insufficiency in the legs. Such a circulatory condition may be dangerous to one's well being if not treated properly, and it may also become chronic. Venous insufficiency causes major functional complications even though it is not painful at first. Knowing…

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