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(2015-07-03 06:52)
Hammer ToeOverview
If you sneak a peek at your feet and notice that your toes are crossed, bent, or just pointing at an odd angle, you probably suffer from a Hammer Toe. Toes that are scrunched up inside tight shoes or pressed against the toe box of the shoe can bend at the joints and stay that way - resulting in a hammertoe. A hammertoe is a contracture of the toe at one of the two joints in the toe. Due to the pull of the tendons, the joints become more rigid over time. The toe is bent up at the joint and does not straighten out.

Causes
Hammertoe and mallet toe have been linked to certain shoes. High-heeled shoes or footwear that's too tight in the toe box can crowd your
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Overview
Bunions The term ?bunion,? as it is popularly used, describes a variety of deformities involving a painful prominence and swelling at the base of the big toe. Orthopaedists use additional terms to describe the different deformities. The condition in which the big toe deviates from the normal position toward the direction of the second toe is referred to as hallux valgus. Dorsal bunions are a different variety in which the prominence appears on the top of the base of the toe, often the result of an arthritic joint.

Causes
Many problems that occur in the feet are the result of abnormal pressure or rubbing. One way of understanding what happens in the foot due to abnormal pressure is to view the foot simply. Our simple model of a foot is made up of hard bone covered by so
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Bunions Callous The foot is made up of many small bones that sit perfectly together forming many joints. The big toe joint comprises of the first metatarsal and the proximal (close) phalanx of the toe. A bunion forms when base of the toe (first metatarsal) drifts away from the second metatarsal. The 1st metatarsal rotates and drops and so no longer sits in its correct alignment. The tip of the first toe then rotates and drifts inwards. Overtime, under the continuing stress of this altered position of the joint and the irritation that this causes, the joint can become inflamed.

Causes
Bunions are the byproduct of unnatural forces and motion being applied to the joints and tendons of your foot
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Plantar fasciitis refers to an inflammation of the plantar fascia, a thick, fibrous band running along the sole of the foot. Such inflammation results from direct injury to the plantar fascia, usually, repeated trauma to the tissue where the fascia attaches to the calcaneus or heel bone. The plantar fascia is critical in maintaining the foot?s complex arch system, also playing a role in balance and fine control of certain phases of the athlete?s gait. Injury to the plantar fascia is particularly painful and disabling for runners and can often prove stubbornly resistant to treatment. Rehabilitation is frequently a lengthy and frustrating process. For these reasons, care should be taken where possible to avoid such injury by means of preventative exercises and sensitivity to early warning signs. Pain In Arch

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Those irritating thick growths of layers of skin can be very painful. Calluses are thick patches of hard and dead skin. These are often dry and flaky on the foot and may be painful in the long run. Calluses are formed in an attempt to save the skin from and the structures beneath it from injury. It is formed on any part of the body that is exposed to excessive pressure and friction on a bony prominence. It is also known as hyperkeratosis. It mainly occurs at the bottom of the foot. But these calluses keep on growing and getting thick. The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons first recommends a change of shoes. Many times a toe box that is too narrow or short will cause the toes to compress on each other or curl under to make room. Shoes can be bought with wider and deeper toe boxes, or a cobbler can stretch out your current shoes to make room for the toes. Allowing room for the toes to stretch out will prevent the problem from getting worse. The AAOS states there should be a half in
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When the foot hits the ground awkwardly, tears form in the ligament and create inflammation. This may happen during a downhill walk, walking down a flight of stairs, or any activities that becomes strenuous to the sole of the foot. Other problems can arise from the same motions, like heel spurs. Talk to a doctor right away if you have had plantar fasciitis for a long time. Sometimes is can turn into a heel spur within a couple month if severe enough. Treatment for plantar fasciitis is usually conservative in nature. Rest, non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, padding, alternative shoe gear, arch supports, orthotics, stretching exercises usually improve the condition. Having said all that, it is okay for you to wear some platform shoes or wedge heels on occasion. In my opinion, you should feel free to wear the prettiest should you want anytime you are going to a function requiring evening wear, or when little wakling is required. You don't have to go ugly just to be healthy. There was an a
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There are ways to prevent these problems from occurring and there are solutions to most of these foot infirmities, but some are going to be hard to adopt and adapt to your lifestyle. Try to stick with it though, because soft, smooth feet, without squished toes and lumps and bumps, are definitely the way to go! Calluses are larger, and almost always are a painless thickening of skin caused by repeated pressure or irritation on the heels or balls of the feet. Calluses can become painful when they become so dry and cracked that the area becomes sore and tender to the touch. A bunion is an enlarged bone on the side of the big toe. This is due to an outward deviation of the bone, creating an angled joint. Depending on the severity of the bunion, the big toe may be angled mildly or sharply toward the other toes, sometimes overlapping or under lapping. The protuberant joint can become irritated and inflamed in shoes. The skin over the joint becomes painful and tender.
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