Heel pain is one of the most common conditions we treat at myPodiatry Health, with symptoms including inflammation, burning and a tight feeling in the base of the foot.
While skin conditions such as corns, calluses and warts are quite common, if left untreated, they may produce painful inflammation, swelling and redness.
Toenail conditions can cause anything from a change in your toenail’s appearance to pain, inflammation or infection.
Diabetes & Your Feet
People with diabetes need to be extra vigilant about the condition of their feet, as you may have an increased risk of developing serious diabetes-related complications such as nerve damage, ulcers, numbness and infections.
With any sport or exercise, you’re placing extra pressure and stress on your feet and lower limbs, which is why so many of us experience pain during or after exercise.
Finding the shoe for you
You may be surprised to learn that a large part of the population is actually wearing the wrong sized shoes.
Bones and joints in children are constantly growing and incorrect movement patterns, untreated foot pain – even the wrong shoes – can impact their development.