When it comes to any form of pain, we recommend that you respond quickly by scheduling an appointment with a podiatrist. Early detection may prevent a condition from worsening. Here are three reasons you may be experiencing chronic pain.
There are unintended consequences of foot fractures such as arthritis since the increased pressure on your joints destroys cartilage, especially when bones break around the joints of your feet.
Endoscopic heel surgery uses a tiny fiber-optic camera that is inserted into the surgical site on the heel to treat significant tension of the plantar fascia.
A neuroma occurs when nerve tissue grows and swells between the third and fourth toes. It can cause discomfort, a burning sensation, and numbness.
The problem with ankle joint pain is that it can linger and turn into a long-term condition because it can bruise and swell significantly while taking months to completely get better.
Plantar fasciitis is a foot condition that can put a damper on your ability to participate in such events as it affects the plantar fascia, which is made of collagen and joins the heel to the toes.
Orthotripsy is a form of shockwave therapy for the feet that’s both very real in its nature and positive effects.
Arthritic pain in the feet and ankles can substantially inhibit mobility for normal tasks such as walking or running, but with proper treatment, it's symptoms can be lessened.
Ulcers are a painful condition to have, especially since they have a tendency to become infected.
Neuropathy is serious condition that can seriously affect the nerves of the foot and ankle due to the damage it causes.