Heel Pain Causes And Possible Treatments

There are numerous ailments that can end up causing you to experience heel pain. The more you learn about different things that can cause you to have heel pain, the better your chances will be of knowing what types of treatments might be able to help you feel better. Here is more information on heel pain causes and treatments that you should know about. Plantar fasciitis   This is a condition in which the plantar fascia is inflamed, torn, bruised, or injured in other ways. [Read More]

3 Possible Reasons You Have Foot Pain In The Mornings

Foot pain is always annoying, but it is particularly frustrating to have foot pain as soon as you wake up in the morning. You may have difficulty walking to the shower or wearing shoes. If you have foot pain every morning when you wake up, talk to a foot doctor to get a diagnosis of your problem. Here are three possible causes of your pain. 1. Neuropathy Diabetic neuropathy can often be worse at night. [Read More]

Are Your Feet Rolling Over Your Shoes When You Walk? What Can Be Done

Not everyone has a perfect step when they walk. Some people walk with their feet pointed out, some walk with their feet pointed in, some have one foot in and one foot out, and for some, they walk over their shoes, and their heels and arch are not supported in their shoes. This rolling over in your shoes can cause all types of foot problems, and can create other issues for you as well, including knee problems and eventually hip problems as well. [Read More]

How To Treat And Manage Morton's Neuroma

After weeks or months of suffering from pain and tenderness in the ball of your foot, it can be a relief to be diagnosed with Morton's neuroma. Giving your pain a name is an important first step towards alleviating that pain. But just how do you go about treating and managing Morton's neuroma? Generally, your treatment will be overseen by a podiatrist or foot doctor, and they'll employ one or some of the following options. [Read More]