16 December 2016
The average foot is put through a lot throughout the day, especially when the feet belong to someone who has a stand-up job where they are required to be on their feet for hours on end. However even if you are lucky enough to work in a field that allows you to do a good deal of sitting throughout the day, your feet can still be worn out and tired by the time evening rolls around.
Deal with Your Foot Pain Before It Leads to These Complications
14 December 2016
When you do a lot of standing during the day, perhaps as a result of a job in which you're constantly on your feet, you may begin to notice foot pain. Although this discomfort may subside when you get off your feet at the end of the workday, it can come back midway through the next day when you're back on your feet. While foot pain is a problem in itself, this sensation can also be an early warning sign of other potential problems.
3 Conditions That Can Cause Heel Pain
6 December 2016
Are you having a difficult time pinpointing why your heel is in so much pain? If the pain is getting severe to the point of your not being able to comfortably wear shoes, it is time for you to visit a podiatrist to get properly diagnosed. You will find that there are actually numerous medical conditions that can cause you to experience heel pain. This article covers a portion of the conditions that might be responsible for your pain.
Why Do Your Feet Always Feel Hot?
2 December 2016
When it's 90 degrees outside, and you're wearing boots or sneakers, and your feet feel hot, that's one thing. When it's 65 degrees in your house, and you're lounging around in socks, and your feet are still hot and perhaps sweaty—that's quite another thing. Perpetually hot feet can be a sign of a number of medical conditions, including the following.
One likely explanation is that the nerves in your feet have become damaged.