It is not possible to get rid of heel spurs without surgery. However, some figures suggest that heel spurs only cause pain in 5% of cases. If someone is experiencing heel pain, there may be another cause
Pain in the ball of the foot can have several possible causes, from a trapped nerve to broken bones. People can treat some causes at home, but others require medical treatment
Popping ankles are those that pop, click, or crack with movement. This might occur when walking or standing up. Popping ankles are usually harmless, but they can sometimes be a symptom of an underlying medical condition.
Most providers diagnose heel pain as plantar fasciitis. Everyone knows the ice, stretch and support protocol. But what if it is not plantar fasciitis?
Can a percutaneous, extra-articular distal first ray osteotomy have an impact for mild and moderate bunion deformities? A recent study in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery involving 217 feet (including 28 simultaneous bilateral cases) says this technique facilitates immediate postoperative weightbearing, minimal complications, reproducible results and application toward both the intermetatarsal and hallux abductus angles.