Heel callous and corn

What Are Corns and Calluses?

Corns and calluses are thick layers of skin on your feet that are caused by repeated friction or pressure at the spot where the corn or callus develops. A corn is thickened skin on the top or side of a toe; most of the time it is caused by bad-fitting hoes that you are wearing. A callus is thickened skin on your hands or on the soles of your feet.

Heel Pain Can Be Affordable

How to fix your Heel Pain affordably!

Foot pain, especially heel pain, can affect anyone at any time. Fortunately there are many affordable heel pain treatment options available! Here are 10 ways you may be able to help reduce or eliminate your discomfort:

Tendonitis of the ankle

What Exactly is Tendonitis, and What Causes This Condition?

Tendonitis is the inflammation of a tendon; tendons are thick cords of tissue that connect muscles to bones. Tendonitis can be the result of overuse of a tendon, from a foot or ankle injury such as a ligament sprain, or repetitive friction on the tendon including a shoe rubbing on a tendon.

Pregnant foot pain

What you Need to Know about Foot Pain and Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a time of dramatic physical change, which unfortunately causes foot pain in many women. This foot pain can often be attributed to the rapid and significant weight gain that naturally occurs during the gestational period. The additional mass puts more pressure on the ankles and feet, while the protruding belly changes the pregnant woman’s posture and center of gravity. There are also hormonal changes during pregnancy that may be responsible for some of the painful symptoms experienced. These changes force the pregnant woman to alter her stance/movements, and frequently cause other complications as well. Here are some of the more common causes of foot pain that occur during pregnancy:

Ingrown toenail

What are Ingrown Toenails?

An ingrown toenail is a very common nail impairment. It occurs when the corners or sides of the nails dig painfully into the soft tissue of nail grooves, often leading to irritation, redness and swelling. Usually, toenails grow straight out; sometimes, however, one or both corners or sides of toenails curve and grow into the flesh. The big toe is the most common location for ingrown toenails, but other toes as well can also become affected with this condition.