Some Treatments That May Help Your Foot And Ankle Pain From Rheumatoid Arthritis

Posted on: 2 October 2017
Rheumatoid arthritis is a painful condition that affects your joints, including the joints in your feet and ankles. In addition to inflammation and pain, arthritis can even cause deformities in your feet that make walking even more painful. When the joints in your feet are affected by arthritis, you may have chronic pain that interferes with your ability to go about your job and other activities. A podiatrist can help you manage your pain and make your feet as comfortable as possible.
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Tips To Help You Relieve A Painful Foot Arch

Posted on: 22 September 2017
As you age, the muscles and ligaments in your foot can become sore and inflamed from overuse and also from wearing of improper shoes. When your foot arch becomes sore from either plantar fasciitis or another injury, there are several ways you can treat the pain and help your foot heal. Here are some tips to help you do this. Change or Modify Your Footwear Many times the type of shoes you are wearing can put excess pressure on the tendons running through your foot and cause pain.
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Three Causes Of Peeling Skin On Your Feet And When You Should Be Concerned

Posted on: 22 September 2017
If you discover peeling skin on your feet, do not freak out. As any good podiatrist will tell you, there are many reasons why the skin on your feet peels, as well as a time and place to freak out over peeling skin. As you will see below, there are three leading causes of peeling skin on your feet. The information provided will also alert you to when you should be considered about this weird phenomenon.
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Get Off My Feet: How To Get Rid Of Toe Fungus And Keep It Away

Posted on: 17 September 2017
Now that summer is over, and you've put your sandals away, it's time to start worrying about your feet. During the winter, when you're more likely to keep your feet covered up, you're also more likely to develop unsightly, and potentially painful, toenail fungus. Unfortunately, that's the worst thing you can do. Toenail fungus doesn't have to ruin your feet. In fact, there are some simple ways to get it under control and keep it away.
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