The medical term that is referred to as flat feet is indicative of little or no arches in the feet. It is noticeable while standing, as the foot rests completely on the floor. Many patients who experience this condition often feel foot pain, and this can result from ligaments and muscles that have become strained…. Read more »
Research has indicated that there are several forms of heel pain. The most common type is referred to as plantar fasciitis, and this occurs as a result of an inflamed plantar fascia. This is the band of tissue that is located on the sole of the foot, connecting the heel to the toes. Heel bursitis… Read more »
Poor circulation occurs when blood flow to a specific part of your body is reduced. Several conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and obesity, can all lead to poor circulation. Unhealthy behaviors can be attributing factors, including smoking cigarettes, lack of exercise, and having high cholesterol. Poor circulation in the feet can be caused by peripheral artery… Read more »
If you are suffering from tenderness, pain, or stiffness in the joints of your feet or ankles, call us to schedule an appointment.
Osteoarthritis commonly affects the joints in the feet and ankles. There are many non-surgical ways to manage the pain from this ailment. For example, you can receive steroid injections at the site of the joint. Anti-inflammatory medications and pain relieving drugs are also known to help. Pads, arch supports, canes, braces or specialized orthotics could… Read more »