Severe heel pain upon getting up from bed (that then quickly subsides) is one of the first symptoms of plantar fasciitis.
Calluses often form in the heel and ball areas of the foot as a protective measure from the stress and pressure that your feet experience.
Swollen feet and ankles can be caused from stress and pressures of work and exercise and from systemic diseases like peripheral artery disease.
A peroneal tendon injury occurs when these tendons become inflamed and stretched from overuse.
Even a small blister can cause considerable pain and discomfort, especially when one forms on your feet and the inside of your shoes rubs against it.
Diabetes is a disease that affects millions of people worldwide. With November being Diabetes Awareness Month, take some time to make sure you and any of your loved ones who may be suffering from diabetes are taking the necessary steps to properly treat and manage their disease.
Your Achilles tendon is an essential part of your anatomy that connects your foot to your calf muscle.
A variety of issues can cause pain on top of your feet. Fluid retention and swelling can make it difficult to wear shoes without discomfort while a variety of injuries and diseases like diabetes can also contribute to problems on the tops of your feet.
When the nerves in your feet are adversely affected by one or more of a variety of conditions, peripheral neuropathy can develop causing numbness, pain, and a tingling sensation that are often the first symptoms of diabetes.
In the case of a foot neuroma, this condition affects nerves that supply your toes, so you will often feel tingling and numbness in your toes and the ball of the foot.