Foot Problems & Pain
Best Foot Care Products
These few products will help pamper, soothe, and heal your tired, achey, dry feet at home -- and some of them will only set you back a few bucks.
Beautiful Feet - How to Combat Common Foot Problems
In addition to the fact that a lot of people won't wear sandals due to problems like corns, cracked heels, and ingrown toenails, those conditions can also be quite painful. This article includes lots of information on treating common foot problems, as well as other ways ways to get your feet sandal-ready.
Cracked Heels - How to Easily Eliminate Thick, Dry Skin on Heels
Cracked heels are very common. They can be painful, unattractive, and very upsetting - especially to those of us who love sandals. Here are a few tips to help combat the problem.
Arch pain is a common foot complain. Arch pain, also sometimes called a strain, often causes inflammation and a burning sensation under the arch of the foot. Learn more about the treatment of arch pain and adaptive footwear and inserts.
Causes and treatment options for Athlete's Foot.
Bunions - Causes, Symptoms & Treatments
Bunions are a common problem that most people experience as a bony protuberance at the base of the big toe. Learn about the causes, symptoms and treatment options for bunyons.
Hammer Toe, Mallet Toe & Claw Toe
The hammer toe, claw toe, and mallet toe deformities are conditions that are most often due to wearing compressive footwear. Learn more about the causes, differences and treatments of these conditions.
This condition usually results when pressure from improper shoewear, and improper care of the toenails leads to pain and hypertrophy (or overgrowth) of the tissue at the side of the nail.
Pain in the Ball of Your Foot
In addition to helpful information if you're experiencing pain in the ball of your foot, Jonathan Cluett, M.D., also includes links to articles for pain in other parts of the foot, including arch, toe and posterior heel problems.
Choosing Footwear for Healthy Feet
The shoes you wear, and how you wear them can play a major role in whether or not you have foot pain. This article provides some tips for avoiding potential foot problems by pointing you towards the right shoe choices.