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Plantar Fasciitis…Can It Be Prevented?

Can plantar fasciitis be prevented? Is it only caused by my shoes? Is it a genetic disorder? The answer to all of these questions is “It could be.” Typically Plantar fasciitis begins gradually as a dull, intermittent pain in the heel and progresses to sharp, persistent pain. Read more about the causes, treatment and prevention of plantar fasciitis.

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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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Your Summer Footwear Could Be Causing Your Foot Pain

Your summer footwear could be causing your foot pain. Our team touches on some popular footwear items such as flip flops, running shoes and hiking boots that can be the cause of your foot pain.

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Plantar Fasciitis symptoms and solutions

Plantar Fasciitis is a condition characterized by pain in the heel and arch of the foot, plantar fasciitis affects the plantar fascia, the thick tissue that sits across the bottom of the foot and is responsible for connecting the bone of the heel to the toes. This vital tissue is susceptible to strain, being overworked, underused and everything in between, which can contribute to the condition of plantar fasciitis where the tissue becomes swollen. When your feet are healthy and your plantar fascia tissue is not inflamed or under stress, the tissue normally behaves like a shock-absorbing string that helps to...

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 Guide to Foot Pain: Part 2

Continuing our Guide to Foot Pain (for Part 1, click here) While injury and general activity such as excessive walking or playing sports can cause foot pain, sometimes it can be linked to medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis or poor blood circulation. Whatever the cause, you may consider seeing your doctor for the following if you have any of the following foot conditions: Being unable to feel hot or cold sensations Changes in the nail or skin color Foot cannot be touched without tenderness or pain Foot starts to look misshapen or deformed Limping Pain area gets hot Pain...

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