The Best Solution To Leg Length Imbalances Is Shoe Lifts

There are not one but two different types of leg length discrepancies, congenital and acquired. Congenital indicates that you are born with it. One leg is structurally shorter in comparison to the other.… Continue reading

The Causes Of Heel Spur

Overview Heel Spurs are deposits of calcium in the heel area of the foot that are the typically the result of tension, abrasion and/or inflammation in the plantar fascia attachment to the heel.… Continue reading

Do I Have Inferior Calcaneal Spur

Overview A heel spur is a hook that can form on the calcaneus (heel bone) and can also be related to plantar fasciitis (inflammation of the tissue in the foot?s arch). People who… Continue reading

Bursitis Of The Feet Bursa Treatment

Overview Achilles bursitis is one of those injuries that can really bring down the quality of your life. Anyone, young or old, can suffer from this injury, and if you’re active this condition… Continue reading

Treating Hammertoe Pain

Overview Toe problems and toe deformities such as claw toe and hammertoes happen when the tendons (guiders) that move the toes get too tight or out of balance. The affected toe can rub… Continue reading

How To Fix Hammer Toes Without Surgery

Overview If you sneak a peek at your feet and notice that your toes are crossed, bent, or just pointing at an odd angle, you probably suffer from a Hammer toe. Toes that… Continue reading

Bunions Causes And Treatments

Overview A bunion is one problem that can develop due to hallux valgus, a foot deformity. The term “hallux valgus” is Latin and means a turning outward (valgus) of the big toe (hallux).… Continue reading

Does Overpronation Of The Feet Necessitate An Operation

Overview Over pronation is when there is excessive or too much movement of the foot. Over pronation is a very common cause of heel pain and general pain throughout the lower extremities. This… Continue reading

Calcaneal Apophysitis Facts And Figures

Overview This condition is self limiting, it will go away when the two parts of bony growth join together, this is natural. Unfortunately, Sever’s disease can be very painful and limit sport activity… Continue reading

Do I Suffer Adult Aquired FlatFoot (AAF)?

Overview This condition is characterized by a progressive flattening or falling of the arch. It is often referred to as posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD) and is becoming a more commonly recognized foot… Continue reading