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Plantar Fasciitis Exercises to Reduce Pain

30th May 2013
Calcaneal heel spur are one of the most typical causes of feet pain. They often cause a boring ache that is worse each morning but proceeds all day as well as makes position or putting weight around the foot unpleasant. The good news is which exercise is ... Read >
Author: Chris Martin

This Is What Top Of Foot Pain Looks Like

10th January 2012
Top of foot pain by the numbers is caused by a number of different conditions and problems, and this is common amongst athletes. To be able to identify the causes is your first step towards curing the problem. Make sure that the right treatment and interv... Read >
Author: franjh

CPT 2011 Brings Two New Codes for Diabetic Foot Ulcer Treatment

25th May 2011
This year, CPT comes with two new codes to report diabetic foot ulcer treatment involving tissue cultured skin substitutes to the lower extremity - G0440-G0441. You will have to use temporary G codes when reporting diabetic foot ulcer treatment involving ... Read >
Author: James Smith

Reasons Why Your Toenails Are Turning White

05th April 2011
Have you ever looked at your toenails and noticed that they just don't look healthy? They used to be clear, now they look opaque, thickened, and their surface is white. What can cause that white discoloration of the toenails? Most people first conside... Read >
Author: Dr. Andrew Schneider

Bear paw and Emu boots can keep your feet snug and relieve your chronic foot anguish as well

17th January 2011
Initial shall we talk about modern women shoes and boots as well as the genuine issue all of the women who use them appear to be experiencing in fast growing numbers. As a likely long term future and repeat client it will be rather unlikely a podiatrist w... Read >
Author: BenShelley

Childhood Stories are Inspiration for Bushy Tail Squirrel's First Day Out

02nd December 2010
Imagineóno TV. Now imagine being 5 years old. Time for some entertainment! What better way that to help create a story with the help of your dad? Thatís what Judy McPherson Biederman did, and loved hearing the bushy tail squirrel stories told by her dad w... Read >
Author: Larry Kaduce

Capsulitis in Your Foot

05th August 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Tina Boucher Has your second toe looked or been inflammed lately? Do you feel like there is a bunched up sock in your foot? Is your second toe drifting towards your big toe? All of these symptoms may be the sign of capsulitis of the ... Read >
Author: Central Connecticut Foot Care Center

Don't wearing high heel all day long

11th June 2010
Maybe you think all day wearing a pair of high heels make you look more beautiful and sexy, but don't you feel tired?Yes, a pair of high heel just like Christian louboutin shoes not only increase your height, but also make you look more sexy, but have you... Read >
Author: bluesky

Does Your Child Run Funny?

22nd January 2010
Are you one of the thousands of parents in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and around the United States that is concerned about how your child runs or walks? Have you noticed that their feet and ankles turn in or out? Do you question your pediatrician on ... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Foot Care for Senior Citizens

27th October 2009
It is not uncommon for senior citizens to experience foot problems. These problems can be the result of the normal wear and tear on feet that occurs over time. Or, they can be a sign of a more serious illness like arthritis, diabetes, and nerve or circula... Read >
Author: TheCaringSpace.com

Causes and Complications of Toe Amputation

02nd October 2009
Toe amputations may be necessary for several reasons. Infection is perhaps the most common cause for infection and is often associated with foot problems relating to diabetes. In addition to infection, toes may need to be amputated due to trauma, loss of ... Read >
Author: jane baron

Treating Black and Blue Toenails from Running

31st July 2009
Many runners have been surprised to take off their socks after a run to notice that one or more of their toenails is turning black and blue. Many times the bruised toenails can look much worse than they are, but there is actually a simple explanation for ... Read >
Author: Dr. Andrew Schneider

Why Do My Feet Hurt When I Bike?

19th July 2009
Earlier this week I was fortunate to carve out a 4 hour block of time for a long cycling workout. Being new to the sport of triathlon, 50 miles was the longest bike ride of my life! It was a really long, hot ride! The funny part was the only part of my bo... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Orthotics for Hammertoe

17th July 2009
Hammertoe is a common foot deformity that occurs when the toes become locked into a permanently bent position. They are often caused by wearing ill-fitting footwear, particularly high-heeled shoes, which force the toes into a bent position. Anatomically s... Read >
Author: kentsmith

What Causes Foot Drop?

16th July 2009
A person with foot drop is unable to lift the front part of his foot (a movement known as dorsiflexion). When a person with foot drop attempts to walk, the foot will slap down on the floor. The affected person may try to accommodate the condition by walki... Read >
Author: kentsmith
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