Blisters on the bottom of the foot

What is a Blister?

A blister occurs on the bottom of the feet when a small pocket of fluid accumulates in the top layers of the skin. The fluid is usually comprised of serum or plasma. Blisters on your foot can be uncomfortable or even downright painful. Fortunately, in many cases blisters will heal without any special care or treatment.


Ankle nerve pain

Where Does Nerve Pain in the Ankles Come From?

As an average person, you take 5,000 to 7,000 steps every day. So it's not surprising that ankle pain is one of the most common medical complaints. Since your ankles are subject to so much stress, ligaments, joints, and tendons will all have problems that lead to pain.


Achilles pain

Haven’t I heard the name “Achilles” before?

You’ve probably heard the name “Achilles” if you’ve ever studied Greek mythology. According to myth, Achilles was a legendary warrior in Agamemnon’s army during the Trojan War. He was known far and wide for his good looks and bravery.


Heel spur pain

How to Treat Heel Spurs Affordably

Our feet can handle a lot of abuse: incorrectly sized shoes, improper arch support, uneven terrain, etc. Too much pressure and stress, though, can cause foot complications such as heel spurs.


Upper foot pain strikes

Why Does My Upper Foot Hurt?

Upper foot pain can seriously inhibit your day-to-day activities. Unfortunately, more Americans experience this pain than one might think. Obviously, your feet are one of the body parts that experience the most wear and tear. Here are 10 common causes and solutions for your upper foot pain.


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