When your feet hurt day and night, you may wonder if you're ever go without pain again. Chronic foot pain can wreak havoc on your life. The pain can strike at any given moment, or it can last for days on end. I was in your shoes a few years ago. My feet would ache at work, in the evening, and even when I slept at night. Finally, I sought help from a podiatrist, or foot doctor. The doctor examined my feet and diagnosed me with plantar fasciitis and heel pain. Both conditions would become worse without immediate treatment. I now want to share what I've learned about chronic foot pain with you. My blog provides information about different types of foot pain and how they develop. Hopefully, the information can help you feel good again. Thanks for stopping by and good luck.

4 Ways To Treat A Painful Long Toe Before Moving To Surgery

28 September 2019
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If you have a toe that is painfully long, and that just seems to get in the way, there are a few things that you can do before having surgery on that toe. Most toe surgeons are going to ask you to try one or more of the methods below before going through with surgery. As with any surgery, it should only be taken when necessary.   Custom Foot Orthotics If you have a toe that is longer than your other toes, it can make wearing shoes a little awkward. Read More …

Caring For A Sprained Ankle: Recovery And Prevention Tips

13 February 2019
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Spraining an ankle can happen from all types of things - running, walking, slipping and falling, or from missing a step. You can sprain your ankle whether you're young, old, athletic, or not athletic at all. If you've injured your ankle in the past, chances are pretty good that you could re-injure your ankle again. This is because your ankles may be weak. Treating your sprained ankle is important for your road to recovery, and to help prevent spraining your ankle again. Read More …