Aching feel may not feel like a reason to go get professional help. It's easy to fall into the trap of believing that your feet take a beating and that resulting pain is no big deal. Taking care of your feet can be a difference-maker, and you should consider talking with a doctor about these three possible podiatry issues.
Despite the famous claim of "no pain, no gain," the reality is that pain is always your body trying to tell you something important.
Do you find that it is difficult to walk because your big toe has restricted movement and is in a lot of pain? There are numerous reasons for a big toe to experience problems, and one of the most common is for a bunion to be present. If you have a bunion, get it examined by a specialist as soon as possible so you will know what caused it to develop.
You don't like your toes. Whether your toes overlap, are crooked, too short, too long, or you don't like the curvature of your toes due to a mallet or hammer toe situation, you can get surgery to correct your toes and make them more appealing.
Why get toe surgery? There are many reasons to consider this type of treatment for your feet. Your podiatrist can perform the toe surgery for you and will show you what your feet will likely look like after you have the surgery done.
Heel pain has a variety of causes, and depending on the cause, the pain can be on the bottom of your heel or the back of it. The pain may result from an acute injury or from a chronic condition. Heel pain shouldn't be ignored or you could cause damage to the tissues in your foot. A podiatrist has several heel pain services for treating heel pain. Here are some treatments that might help.
If you have to stay on your feet all day at work, you may come home with tired, achy, and swollen feet. Physical exercise is good for you, but when your feet bother you at the end of the day, you want to find a solution for the problem. Here are some home treatments for pain relief and how a podiatrist might be able to help:
Rest And Elevate Your Feet