All Conditions

 

Achilles Tear

The Achilles tendon connects your heel bone to your calf muscles and allows you to point your toes downward, jump, and run. An Achilles Tear (also known as an Continue Reading →
 

Achilles Tendonitis

When the Achilles tendon, the tendon that connects your calf muscle to your heel bone, becomes swollen, inflamed, and painful at the heel. Achilles Tendonitis is most common among active Continue Reading →
 

Ankle Arthritis

Ankle Arthritis is a term used to describe joint and tissue inflammation or degradation of cartilage in the ankle. Ankle Arthritis is often accompanied by pain, swelling, stiffness, and Continue Reading →
 

Ankle Fracture

An Ankle Fracture happens when the ankle bones crack or break after receiving a direct impact or being bent too far. The severity of Ankle Fractures fluxuate depending on Continue Reading →
 

Ankle Impingement

Ankle Impingement is what happens when a bone spur or cartilage defect is present in the ankle joint. The bone spur usually ends up pinching the soft tissues in Continue Reading →
 

Ankle Sprain

An ankle sprain is when you have stretched, or possibly torn, the ligaments in your ankle. Moderate to severe ankle swelling and a very limited range of motion are Continue Reading →
 

Arch Fatigue

A strong arch is essential to a healthy stride and balance when you are walking and running. Excess stress on your arch from various extraneous activities can cause arch Continue Reading →
 

Athlete's Feet

Athlete's Foot is a fungal skin irritation called tinea pedis that affects the foot, especially on the sole and in between the toes. It is characterized by a red Continue Reading →
 

Bone Spur

Bone spurs are common bony growths formed on normal bone and often in your joints. They are usually smooth, but can cause pain if they press on other bones, Continue Reading →
 

Bunion

A bunion is progressive disorder that begins with the leaning of the big toe and gradually changes the angle of the bones over several years. Eventually a visible bump Continue Reading →
 

Bunionette

A bunionette, also called a Tailor's Bunion, is a prominence of the metatarsal bone at the base of the little toe. This bump occurs at the head of the Continue Reading →
 
 

Charcot Foot

Charcot Foot is when the bones in the foot soften and lose their shape due to complications from nerve damage and diabetes. The joints eventually fracture and collapse, causing Continue Reading →
 
 

Cold Feet

The feeling of cold sensations with the feet can be caused by any number of conditions from poor circulation and disorders of the nervous system to cold exposure and Continue Reading →
 
 

Cracked Skin

Excessively dry skin can cause splitting or cracking. What causes Cracked Skin? The most common cause of cracked skin on feet is excessively dry skin. If you are overweight and on Continue Reading →
 

Diabetic Ulcer

Diabetic Foot Ulcers of the foot are a major complication of diabetes mellitus. They are characterized by a large lesion most commonly found on the bottom of the heel. Continue Reading →
 

Drop Foot

Drop Foot, or sometimes called Foot Drop or Dropped Foot, is a term used to describe a neurological condition that makes it difficult to lift the front part of Continue Reading →
 

Flat Foot / Fallen Arch

Flatfoot, or more commonly known as Flat Feet, is the most common condition associated with bottom arch pain. Pronation is the natural movement of your foot while walking. The movement Continue Reading →
 

Foot Fatigue

Foot fatigue is a common condition that occurs after you stand or walk for long periods of time. The foot muscles become overly tired and cramp, causing the sufferer Continue Reading →
 

Foot Odor

Foot Odor is a foul smell that permiates from the foot primarily caused by bacterial growth from sweat. What causes Foot Odor? Foot Odor is primarily caused by sweat. Sweat itself Continue Reading →
 

Gout

Gout is a type of arthritis that occurs when uric acid (created when your body when breaks down purines, an organic compound found in certain types of food) builds Continue Reading →
 

Haglund's Deformity

Haglund's Deformity, also known as 'pump bump', happens when a bump develops on the back of the heel bone. The condition can then be aggravated by the wearing of Continue Reading →
 
 

Hallux Valgus

Hallux Valgus occurs when the big toe starts to deviate inward and a bump begins to develop on the inside of the big toe over the metatarsal bone. This Continue Reading →
 

Hammer Toe

A Hammer Toe is a deformity of the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint of the second, third, or fourth toe causing the toe to be permanently bent resembling a hammer. Continue Reading →
 

Heel Spurs

A heel spur is an abnormal growth of bone that can form on the heel (calcaneus bone). Heels spurs can grow on the back of the heel or Continue Reading →
 
 

Ingrown Toenail

An Ingrown Toenail occurs when the edge of the toenail grows down and into the skin of the toe. Ingrown toenails are often painful, red, and have swelling Continue Reading →
 

MTP Synovitis

MTP Synovitis is a sharp or aching pain in the ball of the foot almost always centered from the base of the second toe. It is an indicator of Continue Reading →
 

Metatarsalgia

Metatarsalgia is a common foot condition where the Metatarsal bones, which connect your arch to your toes, become sore from injury or overuse and the area around them becomes Continue Reading →
 

Midfoot Arthritis

Midfoot Arthritis is a condition characterized by pain and stiffness in the middle of the foot. What causes Midfoot Arthritis? Previous injury to the foot Loss of cartilage in Continue Reading →
 

Midfoot Sprain

A Midfoot Sprain is a common type of foot sprain that effects the ligaments in the middle of your foot. The Midfoot Sprain can start as a small injury Continue Reading →
 

Morton's Neuroma

Morton's Neuroma is a thickening or enlargement of nerve tissue that usually affects the foot between the third and fourth toes. Morton's Neuroma is also referred to as Continue Reading →
 

Nail Dystrophy

Nail Dystrophy is the presence of mis-shapen or partially destroyed nail plates. Soft yellow keratin often accumulates between the nail plate and nail bed, resulting in elevation of the Continue Reading →
 

Neuropathic Ulcer

GO SEE YOUR DOCTOR IMMEDIATELY. A Neuropathic Ulcer results in an open sore on the foot and usually occurs in diabetics. In some cases there is little to no Continue Reading →
 

OS Peroneum

The Os Peroneum is an extra small piece of cartilage or bone that is located in the peroneus longus tendon (the tendon that is located on the outside of Continue Reading →
 

Onychomycosis

Onychomycosis is a fungal infection of the nail. It is the most common disease infecting the nail being responsible for about half of all nail abnormalities. What causes Continue Reading →
 

Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition where a person's peripheral nerves have been damaged. These nerves carry information from the brain to the arms and legs. Often a person Continue Reading →
 
 

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is pain and inflammation of the thick tissue, called the plantar fascia, on the bottom of the foot. This thick tissue connects the heel bone to the Continue Reading →
 

Plantar Fibroma

Plantar Fibroma is a hard non-cancerous lump or nodule that is generally located in the bottom of the foot, usually on or near the arch. These lumps or nodules Continue Reading →
 

Plantar Warts

A Plantar Wart is a common foot condition that can be identified by a hard, painful wart found on the bottom of the foot. They can be distinguished from Continue Reading →
 

Polio

Polio is a very contagious and acute viral disease marked by inflammation of nerve cells of the brain stem an spinal cord. This disease can lead to deformation of Continue Reading →
 

Poor Circulation

The feeling of cold sensations with the feet can be caused by any number of conditions from poor circulation and disorders of the nervous system to cold exposure and Continue Reading →
 
 

Pronation

Flatfoot, or more commonly known as Flat Feet, is the most common condition associated with bottom arch pain. Pronation is the natural movement of your foot while walking. The movement Continue Reading →
 
 

Sever's Disease

Sever's Disease is used to describe pain in the back of the heel that comes from an inflamed growth plate in your child's heel. Sever's Disease commonly occurs in Continue Reading →
 

Stress Fracture

A Stress Fracture is an injury to the foot bones that happens over time due to overuse instead of a sudden, sharp blow. It is also sometimes known as Continue Reading →
 

Subtalar Arthritis

Subtalar Arthritis is generally categorized as pain in the hindfoot. The subtalar joint is the joint that lets you rotate your foot back and forth and bend it back Continue Reading →
 

Subtle Cavovarus

Subtle Cavovarus: A Common and Underserved Foot Deformity For over thirty years, the orthotic and footbed industry has focused on the correction of flatfoot / pronation deformities. This has led Continue Reading →
 

Supination

Supination is what happens when your ankle doesn't roll inward enough during walking or running which causes most of the weight to be carried on the outside of the Continue Reading →
 
 

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome is a painful condition of the foot where the tibial nerve experiences too much pressure inside the tarsal tunnel. The excess pressure is translated by the Continue Reading →
 

Toenail Fungus

Toenail fungus is an infection of the toenail and/or the nail bed that causes a yellow discoloration of the nail. What causes Toenail Fungus? Toenail Fungus is caused by a fungus Continue Reading →
 

Turf Toe

Turf toe is a term used to describe a sprain of the big toe joint. This sprain results from excessive upward bending of the big toe joint. Continue Reading →