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  • What Is a Plantar Fibroma?

    A plantar fibroma is a small growth on the arch of your foot. It grows from the plantar fascia, which is the ligament that runs along the bottom of your foot, between your heels and toes.

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  • What Works Best for Ruptured Achilles Tendons?

    A ruptured Achilles tendon can reduce a weekend warrior to a limping one. And there's no single right way to treat it. People who've suffered this common injury may fare just as well with physical therapy as with surgery, a new clinical trial shows.

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  • You've Had Foot Surgery: How Long Until You're Active Again?

    Most people who have had major foot surgery are able to return to the activities they enjoy, but it may take a long time, new research suggests.

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  • Rheumatoid Arthritis in Feet: What to Know

    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects many joints throughout the body, including the feet. RA is an autoimmune disease; it develops when your immune system mistakenly attacks its own tissues.

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  • Proximal Phalanx and Pathologies

    The proximal phalanx is the phalanx (toe bone) closest to the leg. The image shows a diagram of where these bones lie in the foot—the midpoint of the proximal phalanges being where to the toes branch off from the main body of the foot.

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  • 4 Common Conditions That Affect Your Toes

    Common toe problems, including bunions, tailor's bunion (or bunionette), hammertoes, and hallux limitus, can be caused by abnormal foot anatomy and function as well as too-small footwear.

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  • Physical Therapy for a Broken Ankle

    A broken ankle can severely limit your ability to perform basic functional tasks like running and walking. This painful injury can cause loss of lower extremity strength, range of motion, and pain. These impairments can make performing your normal everyday activities difficult or impossible.You may benefit from physical therapy (PT) after a broken ankle to help you fully recover functional mobility and to return to your previous level of activity.

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  • Ankle Arthritis Overview

    The ankle joint is affected by arthritis much less often than other joints. When patients have ankle arthritis, they have worn out the tibiotalar joint, which is the joint between the shin bone (tibia) and ankle bone (talus).

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  • What to Know About How to Wrap a Sprained Ankle

    Wrapping a sprained ankle helps reduce swellingTrusted Source and allows the ankle ligaments to heal in a natural position. If a person has a swollen ankle, the ligaments can heal while stretched out, which reduces their functionality.

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  • What Is a Lisfranc Injury?

    One or more of the ligaments or bones in this region can be sprained or fractured, resulting in a Lisfranc injury. This type of midfoot issue, while relatively uncommon, can cause high amounts of pain and varying degrees of disability based on the severity.

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