Posts in May, 2020, Page 2

Arthritis is defined as inflammation that occurs in the joints. When this happens in the feet, it can cause difficulty in walking, and this is often a result of severe pain and discomfort. Osteoarthritis can cause the cartilage in the joints to gradually diminish, and walking and standing can be difficult to maintain. Gout is… Read more »

During your lifetime, you will probably walk about 75,000 miles, which is quite a lot of stress to put on your feet. As you get older, the 26 bones and 30 joints in each of your feet will lose flexibility and elasticity. Your foot’s natural shock absorbers will wear down as well. Having arthritis added… Read more »

If you notice you have formed a thickened layer of skin either on the bottom of your foot or on your toes, you may have developed a corn. Corns are similar to calluses, but are sore to the touch and can make simple activities, like putting on shoes, very painful. They may develop due to… Read more »

Corns are hard and thick areas of skin that form as a result of constant rubbing, friction, or pressure on the skin. They are patches of dead skin with a small plug toward the center. They may appear on the tops and sides of toes and can make walking painful. Soft corns are typically thinner… Read more »