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Spring Fever and Foot Pain

With the weather starting to warm and spring right around the corner, many people are getting outside to walk and do other physical activities. These added or new activities might be causing your foot pain and our team will share how.

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Fall Foot Care for Foot Pain Relief

Do you think about foot care? Most people do not, but long days on your feet, your shoes, genetics and more are typical things that can lead to foot pain. Proper foot care can keep common foot ailments from escalating to severe foot pain or to a point where surgery is the only solution.

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Back to School and Work May Lead to Bunions

Getting back into your school and work routines means getting your feet back in shoes. If your shoes don't fit properly it can lead to foot pain and foot disorders such as bunions.

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Forming a bunion. What can I do?

Bunions form on more than one-third of American women, and it generally comes from wearing narrow, tight shoes as well as high heels; however, they can also be hereditary. When it comes to bunions, the base of your big toe grows in size and sticks out from the rest of the foot a bit.

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Bunions, what are they and what causes them?

Bunions are a common affliction of the metatarsophalangeal joint that causes the inner portion of that joint to enlarge at the base of your big toe. They appear as a bump on the side of the big toe and are often the result of the shifting of the framework of the bones in the front part of your foot. Your big toe will begin to lean toward the second toe, messing up the alignment. Bunions form slowly and can usually be attributed to the wrong kind of shoes as well as genetics. Bunions typically begin developing for people who are...

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