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  • What Are Fallen Arches

    03 April 2015

    Overview The condition of flat feet in adults is known as ?fallen arches.? Not all adults develop flat feet, and some people are more prone to developing the condition than others. An obese person puts extra weight on their feet while walking or standing....

  • How To Handle High Arch Foot Pain?

    15 April 2015

    Overview Plantar fasciitis refers to an inflammation of the plantar fascia, a thick, fibrous band running along the sole of the foot. Such inflammation results from direct injury to the plantar fascia, usually, repeated trauma to the tissue where the...

  • Calcaneal Apophysitis In Infants

    15 May 2015

    Overview Sever's disease is a painful irritation in the heel bone of the foot. It is the most common cause of heel pain in children and teens. Sever?s disease is also called calcaneal apophysitis. Causes Sever's disease is a common cause of heel pain...

  • What Actually Causes Feet To Over Pronate

    30 May 2015

    Overview Overpronation of the foot is not an injury itself but if you over pronate then you may be more susceptible to a number of sports injuries. It is often recognised as a flattening or rolling in of the foot but it is not quite as simple as that...

  • Hammer Toe Surgery Physical Therapy

    21 July 2015

    Overview hammertoe is caused when the middle joint (PIP) bends down towards the floor (flexion). To compensate, the joints above and below (MTP, DIP) bend up (hyperextend). The result is that the middle part of the toe lifts up. Hammertoe is the most...

  • Working with Mortons Neuroma

    29 May 2017

    Overview A neuroma is an often painful enlargement of one of your body?s nerves. Morton?s neuroma is the name used to describe nerve enlargement in your foot, particularly enlargement of one of the nerves traveling to your toes in your forefoot. Morton?s...