The foot is the foundation of proper health.
When the foot is in proper alignment with the rest of the body, the result is efficient movement. When it is misaligned, discomfort and even injury can result.
Pain in the back of the ankle caused when the Achilles tendon is pinched where it meets the heel bone; often caused by misalignment of the body. This can lead to pain, especially when walking or running.
A small bunion that occurs on the outside of the small toe; similar causes as the large bunion.
Arthritis of the Big Toe
Pain, swelling and stiffness manifested with activity.
Chronic pain under the ball of the foot, often caused by poorly fitting footwear.
Posterior Tibialis Tendonosis
Tendonosis that occurs to the posterior tibial tendon, which runs behind the inside ankle (the medial malleolus), across the instep and into the bottom of the foot. This tendon helps support the arch of your foot and keeps the foot properly turned inward when you walk.
Quite common in runners, these small cracks in the foot bones are often caused by poor running style.
Poor alignment or improper footwear causes a mass to develop on the outside of the big toe, causing it to bend toward the other toes. Direct pressure leads to pain, especially when wearing shoes.
Skin thickens, often to a painful degree; may be due to improper weight distribution.
A deformity of the smaller toes, often cause by poorly fitting shoes. The toe cocks upward from the center and develops a painful callus.
Pain between the toes – usually between the second and third and the third and fourth toes; often felt as burning, numbness or tingling.
Similar to peroneal tendonosis, but on the outside of the foot.
Straining of the tissue that supports the arch of your foot; causes heel pain, which can get worse with activity.