The feet are the most maltreated parts of the human body. They take a lot of abuse throughout a lifetime. According to the American Podiatric Medical Association, the average person walks 75,000 miles by age 50
Having calluses on your feet is pretty common, but is it normal? The answer is yes; in a way, some calluses on the feet are normal. They are there to protect your feet from friction.
Whether you work on your feet all day or sit at a desk, you know most people will experience foot pain in their lifetimes. But developing a cyst bottom foot out of nowhere seems strange to you.
If you have plantar fasciitis, you may wonder if elevating your feet would relieve your foot pain. At Alamitos – Seal Beach Podiatry Group we frequently answer questions about plantar fasciitis and suggest treatments to help your feet feel bette
Plantar warts are a type of viral infection anyone can get, although they are more common in children and teens. As many as 20 percent of people get these warts during childhood.
Everyone suffers from occasional knee pain. But how do you know when it’s serious? Your knee’s ability to bend and bear your weight depends on a complex network of bones, cartilage, and ligame
Hot flashes aren’t the only unwelcome symptom of menopause. You may also experience foot problems. Menopause brings many changes to a woman’s body, and not all are g
A buildup of dead skin cells on the feet can be painful. Fortunately, your podiatrist can get rid of those excess cells for you. Your skin constantly sheds dead cells. Usually, that’s not a proble
That tendon at the back of your foot helps you walk and jump. So when it tears, you’ll feel it! You may not be aware of your Achilles tendo
Ganglion cysts don’t develop only on the hands and wrists. They can also appear on the foot and ankle. Here’s what you need to know. Ganglion cysts most often appear around the joints and tendons of the hands and wri
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