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Fungus
... Wear shower shoes in public facilities whenever possible...

Ingrown Toenails
...They may also be caused by shoe pressure (from shoes that are too tight or short), injury, fungus infection, heredity, or poor foot structure...

Diabetes and Your Feet
... Wear warm socks and shoes in winter...

Childrens Feet
...Also, make sure shoes and socks do not squeeze the toes...

Ankle Sprain
... To prevent ankle sprains, try to maintain strength, balance, and flexibility in the foot and ankle through exercise and stretching, and wearing well-fitted shoes...

Warts
... Change your shoes and socks daily...

Bunions
... Many people with bunions suffer from discomfort and pain from the constant irritation, rubbing, and friction of the enlargement against shoes...

Custom Orthotics
... Rigid orthotics The so-called rigid orthotic device, designed to control function, is often composed of a firm material such as plastic or carbon fiber, and is used primarily for walking or dress shoes...

Neuropathy
...Over a long period of time, the person may experience such a loss of sensation that he might not feel how tight his shoes are, know whether the bath water is hot or cold, or whether or not he has injured himself...

Patient Education
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Zumba: Party Yourself Into Shape, Not Injury
...  Add their eagerness, inexperience, Latin dance beats, and bad shoes and you’ve created the perfect storm for a foot injury...

Bigger Shoes: Just What the Doctor Ordered
...  After a series of ankle injuries that resulted in double ankle surgery in 2007, Allen reported that his feet always hurt and his shoes felt tight...

Plantar Fasciitis Patient
...Polansky I didn’t want to be off work, I wanted to be able to work, what could be we do to give me the best relief in the shortest amount of time period that I could work and he assured me that I would not leave the office that day until my pain was significantly reduced and I am happy to say that two sets or orthotics later, I haven’t had any pain in the plantar fasciitis and I have been wearing my orthotics in both my tennis shoes as well as my pumps or high heels for ladies and thanks to Dr...

Neuropathy Patient
...I was a barefooted person and I started to have to wear socks and I really should have been wearing shoes but I wore socks...

Fungal Toenail Patient
...s=4b3e56842f9b4f85b1fd33a0085f10a6' }); I had had this fungus in my toes for about 20 years and it just kept getting worse my toenails raised I had ingrown toenails and I couldn’t wear shoes, I couldn’t wear my heels and finally I came to Dr...

"Walk This Way" (After Your Neuroma is Gone)
...Women are more likely than men to develop a neuroma, due to wearing high-heeled shoes...

The Unwanted Wart
...They can also spread from one family member to another if the carrier doesn't wear shoes or slippers indoors...

If I'm Not an Athlete, Can I Still Get Athlete's Foot?
...Avoid wearing the same shoes every day, and give your shoes a chance to fully air dry...

Diabetic Foot Care: What you can do to prevent further complications
...Always wear socks with shoes, and change them during the day if you find your feet can get very sweaty...

What Does Michael Jordan and Blake Griffin Have In Common? Stress Fractures?!?
... Wearing worn or improper shoes can be a cause of this illness...

Summer Footwear Guide: Boat Shoes
  Boat shoes are a popular summer footwear choice for both men and women...

Beckham’s Bunions
...Victoria Beckham, who was nicknamed “Posh Spice” back when the group was active, is known today for her fashion sense, particularly for her love of high-heeled shoes...

Start Your Child’s School Year Off on the Right Foot
...In addition to backpacks, notebooks, and pencils, it is important to make sure your child is wearing good, supportive shoes...

Are Cramps “Cramping” Your Sleep Style?
...We will work with you to assess the reason for the cramping and make suggestions for preventing the cramping whether it is giving you a night splint, showing you stretching exercises, giving advice on the proper shoes, or fitting you with orthotics...

Put your best foot forward - with these New Year’s Resolutions.
... New Year, New Shoes...

Hammering Out the Details on Hammertoes
... If a hammertoe is present, shoes can irritate the top of the toe, causing a painful corn...

ATTENTION Kate Middleton, Kim Kardashian, and Mrs. Channing Tatum: Conquer Swelling During Pregnancy
... ·         Wear comfortable, stretchy shoes...

The All So Painful Ingrown Toenail
...This is because tight shoes can put pressure on the nail, and force them to grow downwards instead of growing outwards...

The Low Down on Diabetic Shoes
  Diabetic therapeutic shoes are, in my opinion, one of the most important parts of my job...

March Madness and the NBA Playoffs, What Type of Shoes are These Players Wearing?
... First, and this goes for whatever shoes you buy, you need to make sure to have the proper shoe size...

The Commonly Fractured 5th Metatarsal
...The tuberosity, which is the posterior-most aspect of the bone near the midfoot, is clinically evident as it protrudes laterally (some people complain that this rubs in their shoes)...

We Have Doubled Our Shoe Selection!
  You asked for it, we answered! Advanced Foot and Ankle Care has just doubled their shoe selection!  Along with our shoe selection through Safestep, we have now picked up shoes made by Dr...

Are Shoes the Cause of Your Bunion Blues?
...  “My mother always made me wear shoes that were too small for me when I was a child...

Pregnant in Heels? Think Again!
...Pregnant women should wear comfortable, supportive shoes whenever possible...

Is Your Index Toe Longer Than Your Big Toe? Look No Further!!
...  If you are afflicted by Morton’s toe and suffer from one or more of these health problems, don’t fret! Most can be helped or alleviated completely through orthotics or pads placed in the shoes...

Slips, Trips and Falls
...Most shoes that you can buy to do not have a durable, long lasting tread...

Does it Feel Like You Are Walking on a Pebble? Do you Have Long-Lasting Foot Pain? Read Here…
...While those are the most common causes, metatarsalgia can also be cause from poor fitting shoes, excessive weight, or small fractures, called stress fractures, in the foot...

Osteoarthritis and YOU!
...Things like orthotics, shoes with arch support, braces and physical therapy are all things that can help ease the pain and keep permanent deformity from happening...

Can't Touch This...Stop! Hammertoes!
...Hammertoes also tend to rub against the inside of the shoes, causing blisters that can lead to an open sore...

Stretch It Out With Nightsplints!
...Many things can cause this tendon to tighten, a few of those include improper shoes or gait issues...

Stop Diabetic Ulcers, and Start Healing Now!
...Since they cannot feel the rubbing of shoes, socks, or whatever else maybe causing friction to their feet, they do not feel the initial break in the skin that leads to the ulcer...

Before You Get Your Workout on, Make Sure You Have the Correct Workout Shoes!
...The best way to get your workout in and not do damage to your body, is to be get a great pair of workout shoes...

Have a Blister? Make Sure You Don't Pop It!
...This is typically caused shoes that are too tight or lose that rub...

Ouch! Shin Splints Can Be Painful!
...Some ways to prevent shin splints from happening to you are make sure you wear supportive shoes, proper shoe gear, and stretch...

Athlete's Foot
... Tips For avoiding Athlete's Foot: Keep your feet dry, allowing them to air out as much as possible Wear socks that draw moisture away from your feet and change them frequently if you perspire heavily Wear light, well-ventilated shoes Alternate pairs of shoes, allowing time for your shoes to dry each day Always wear waterproof shoes in public areas, such as pools, locker rooms, or communal showers Never borrow shoes due to the risk of spreading a fungal infection Treatment A mild case of athlete's foot will generally clear up on its own with over-the-counter antifungal creams and sprays...

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD)
...Your foot and ankle surgeon may advise changes to make with your shoes and may provide special inserts designed to improve arch support...

Accessory Navicular Syndrome
...This can result from any of the following: Trauma, as in a foot or ankle sprain Chronic irritation from shoes or other footwear rubbing against the extra bone Excessive activity or overuse Many people with accessory navicular syndrome also have flat feet (fallen arches)...

Common Disorders of the Achilles Tendon
...If these individuals wear shoes without adequate stability, their over-pronation could further aggravate the Achilles tendon...

Diabetic Complications and Amputation Prevention
...Wear shoes, indoors and outdoors...

Ankle Sprain
...Ankle sprains commonly occur while participating in sports, wearing inappropriate shoes, or walking or running on an uneven surface...

Bunions (Hallux Abducto Valgus)
...Wearing the right kind of shoes is very important...

Capsulitis of the Second Toe
...It can feel like there’s a marble in the shoe or a sock is bunched up Swelling in the area of pain, including the base of the toe Difficulty wearing shoes Pain when walking barefoot In more advanced stages, the supportive ligaments weaken leading to failure of the joint to stabilize the toe...

Cavus Foot (High-Arched Foot)
...The surgeon may also study the pattern of wear on the patient's shoes...

Contact Dermatitis
...This irritant is something with which the foot has come into contact, such as materials and chemicals with which shoes are made, poison ivy or harsh chemicals...

Dermatitis
...This irritant is something with which the foot has come into contact, such as materials and chemicals with which shoes are made, poison ivy or harsh chemicals...

Diabetic Complications and Amputation Prevention
...Wear shoes, indoors and outdoors...

Diabetic Foot Care Guidelines
...Remember, your feet may not be able to feel a pebble or other foreign object, so always inspect your shoes before putting them on...

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
...For example: Motor Neuropathy (Deformity) + Ill-fitting shoes + Sensory Neuropathy (numbness) = Ulcers (sores) Deformities (such as bunions or hammertoes) resulting from motor neuropathy may cause shoes to rub against toes, creating a sore...

Diabetic Shoes
...The shoes decrease the chance of foot sores (ulcers) which can be caused by friction and pressure...

Equinus
...Other patients acquire the tightness from being in a cast, being on crutches, or frequently wearing high-heeled shoes...

Flatfoot-Adult Acquired
...Your foot and ankle surgeon may advise changes to make with your shoes and may provide special inserts designed to improve arch support...

Flatfoot-Flexible
...Your foot and ankle surgeon can provide you with custom orthotic devices for your shoes to give more support to the arches...

Flatfoot-Pediatric
...Most children with flatfoot have no symptoms, but some have one or more of the following symptoms: Pain, tenderness, or cramping in the foot, leg, and knee Outward tilting of the heel Awkwardness or changes in walking Difficulty with shoes Reduced energy when participating in physical activities Voluntary withdrawal from physical activities Diagnosis In diagnosing flatfoot, the foot and ankle surgeon examines the foot and observes how it looks when the child stands and sits...

Flexible Flatfoot
...Your foot and ankle surgeon can provide you with custom orthotic devices for your shoes to give more support to the arches...

Foot Odor
...The odor is produced by bacteria and/or fungus that grows in the shoes and attaches to the skin...

Fracture-Toe
...For example: A deformity in the bony architecture which may limit the ability to move the foot or cause difficulty in fitting shoes Arthritis, which may be caused by a fracture in a joint (the juncture where two bones meet), or may be a result of angular deformities that develop when a displaced fracture is severe or hasn’t been properly corrected Chronic pain and deformity Non-union, or failure to heal, can lead to subsequent surgery or chronic pain...

Haglund's Deformity
...The soft tissue near the Achilles tendon becomes irritated when the bony enlargement rubs against shoes...

Hallux Rigidus
...Shoes with a large toe box put less pressure on your toe...

Hammertoes
...This abnormal bending can put pressure on the toe when wearing shoes, causing problems to develop...

Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)
...When you walk without shoes, you put undue strain and stress on your plantar fascia...

High-Arched Foot
...The surgeon may also study the pattern of wear on the patient's shoes...

Ingrown Toenails
...Avoid shoes that are loose, because they too cause pressure on the toes, especially when running or walking briskly...

Intermetatarsal Neuroma
...One of the most common offenders is wearing shoes that have a tapered toe box, or high-heeled shoes that cause the toes to be forced into the toe box...

P.A.D. (Peripheral Arterial Disease)
...When buying new shoes, have an expert make sure they fit well...

Pediatric Flatfoot
...Most children with flatfoot have no symptoms, but some have one or more of the following symptoms: Pain, tenderness, or cramping in the foot, leg, and knee Outward tilting of the heel Awkwardness or changes in walking Difficulty with shoes Reduced energy when participating in physical activities Voluntary withdrawal from physical activities Diagnosis In diagnosing flatfoot, the foot and ankle surgeon examines the foot and observes how it looks when the child stands and sits...

Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.)
...When buying new shoes, have an expert make sure they fit well...

Peripheral Neuropathy: Diabetic
...For example: Motor Neuropathy (Deformity) + Ill-fitting shoes + Sensory Neuropathy (numbness) = Ulcers (sores) Deformities (such as bunions or hammertoes) resulting from motor neuropathy may cause shoes to rub against toes, creating a sore...

Plantar Fasciitis
...When you walk without shoes, you put undue strain and stress on your plantar fascia...

Plantar Fibroma
...When pain does occur, it is often caused by shoes pushing against the lump in the arch, although it can also arise when walking or standing barefoot...

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD)
...Your foot and ankle surgeon may advise changes to make with your shoes and may provide special inserts designed to improve arch support...

Pump Bump (Hallux Rigidus)
...Shoes with a large toe box put less pressure on your toe...

Sesamoid Injuries in the Foot
...Frequent wearing of high-heeled shoes can also be a contributing factor...

Shin Splints
...Contributing causes are flat feet, calf tightness, improper training techniques, worn out or improper shoes/sneakers, as well as running or walking on uneven surfaces...

Smelly Feet
...The odor is produced by bacteria and/or fungus that grows in the shoes and attaches to the skin...

Stress Fracture in the Foot
...They can be caused by overtraining or overuse, improper training habits or surfaces, improper shoes, flatfoot or other foot deformities, and even osteoporosis...

Tailor's Bunion
...These symptoms occur when wearing shoes that rub against the enlargement, irritating the soft tissues underneath the skin and producing inflammation...

Toe and Metatarsal Fractures (Broken Toes)
...For example: A deformity in the bony architecture which may limit the ability to move the foot or cause difficulty in fitting shoes Arthritis, which may be caused by a fracture in a joint (the juncture where two bones meet), or may be a result of angular deformities that develop when a displaced fracture is severe or hasn’t been properly corrected Chronic pain and deformity Non-union, or failure to heal, can lead to subsequent surgery or chronic pain...

Turf Toe
...There has also been some indication that less-supportive flexible shoes worn on artificial turf are also to blame...

Ulcers/Wounds
...They can be caused by excess pressure due to ill-fitting shoes, long periods in bed, or after an injury that breaks the skin...

Wounds/Uclers
...They can be caused by excess pressure due to ill-fitting shoes, long periods in bed, or after an injury that breaks the skin...

 



 




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