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  • What You Need to Know About Arthritis Socks

    Arthritis socks can help keep your feet warm and comfortable without causing additional problems. Moreover, wearing socks specifically designed for feet affected by arthritis, like compression socks, can also offer a preventative approach to long-term side effects of arthritis, including limited mobility, difficulty walking, and reduced overall quality of life.

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  • Flexible fixation may reduce rate of syndesmotic malreduction, functional impairment

    Compared with rigid fixation, flexible fixation after syndesmotic injury better restored physiologic motion and reduced rates of syndesmotic malreduction, according to recently presented results.

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  • How to improve poor circulation in the feet

    Poor circulation in the feet can cause the feet to become cold, discolored, or numb. Sometimes, it is a symptom of an underlying condition. In this article, we will look at the symptoms of poor circulation in the feet, potential causes, treatments, and self-care techniques.

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  • What to know about foot drop

    Foot drop is a walking condition that can occur due to stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), and other neurological disorders.

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  • Causes of Bone Spurs in Feet and Treatment

    A bone spur—or osteophyte—is an abnormal growth of bone that develops when the body tries to repair a problem. Bone spurs can occur in any bone but happen most frequently in high-impact areas like the feet.1

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  • 9 home remedies for burning feet

    The sensation of burning feet is a common disorder. It can occur as an isolated issue or as a symptom of another condition.

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  • Which Doctors Treat the Causes of “Burning” Feet?

    This burning sensation is often due to nerve damage caused by a condition like diabetes or other underlying conditions. It can also arise out of a foot injury or infection.

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  • Causes of Bottom of Foot Pain and Treatments

    Our feet are vital shock-absorbers. Your feet support your body weight as you walk and navigate your day, so foot pain can disrupt your life. In fact, 77% of adults have struggled with foot pain that has slowed them down (metaphorically or literally). What causes pain on the bottom of your foot? Knowing more about your foot’s anatomy can help you learn how to cope with problems like plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia, and neuropathy.

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  • Foot Extensor Tendonitis Causes and Treatment

    A common complaint among walkers, runners, and other exercisers is pain on the top of the foot, right under your shoelaces. In some cases, this pain is due to an inflammation of the extensor tendons, resulting in a condition called foot extensor tendonitis.

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  • The causes and treatment of pain in different parts of the foot

    Foot pain is common as it has a wide range of contributing factors, including uncomfortable shoes, too much time standing, athletic injuries, and chronic conditions, such as arthritis. The location of pain in the foot can sometimes indicate the underlying cause. The cause will determine whether medical treatment is necessary.

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