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Signs You May Have Toenail Fungus

There are noticeable symptoms that may indicate toenail fungus. These may include the nail or nails becoming discolored, thickened or possibly lifted up from the nail bed. The fungus generally thrives and lives in warm, moist areas including shower floors, locker rooms, or pool areas. This contagious fungus is easily spread where people walk barefoot, or … Continue reading Signs You May Have Toenail Fungus

Causes and Symptoms of Gout

The medical condition referred to as gout is often the result of excess uric acid in the blood levels. Crystals will typically form and lodge in the joints of the big toe, and may cause severe pain and discomfort. There are several symptoms associated with this condition, and these may include swelling, redness and tenderness … Continue reading Causes and Symptoms of Gout

Diabetes and Wound Care

It’s important for most people to check their feet frequently for abnormal conditions, and this is especially true for diabetic patients. If cuts, scrapes and blisters are not noticed, the chances of developing an infection may be amplified because of the body’s inability to heal efficiently. If there are wounds on the feet, recent research has shown … Continue reading Diabetes and Wound Care

Children Who Are Prone to Develop Sever’s Disease

If your physically active child complains of heel pain, it may be a result of a condition referred as Sever’s disease. It is generally caused by excessive strain put on the growth plate of the heel, and typically affects children who are young adolescents. There are several symptoms that may be associated with Sever’s disease, … Continue reading Children Who Are Prone to Develop Sever’s Disease

Symptoms of Morton’s Neuroma

An inflamed nerve that is found below the big toe is often referred to as Morton’s neuroma. Symptoms that may be experienced can include a sharp pain on the bottom of the foot, which may often be accompanied by a burning sensation. Some patients may complain of a tingling sensation or numbness, which may spread to … Continue reading Symptoms of Morton’s Neuroma

Can High Heels Damage the Feet?

Many women choose to wear high heels to accent the shape of the foot, despite the pain that may be endured. Additionally, other foot conditions may develop as a result of wearing this type of shoe, including blisters, deformities involving the toes, bunions, and strained calf muscles. Research has shown that when they are worn … Continue reading Can High Heels Damage the Feet?