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Posted 11 Aug 2016 by Drugs.com
-- Using the correct running shoes can help your feet feel great and protect against injury. Here are guidelines for which shoes to buy, courtesy of the American Podiatric Medical Association: Choose running shoes that offer plenty of shock absorption. Look for shoes that are compatible with your arch type, whether it's high, medium or low. Meet with a podiatrist, who can help identify your type ...
Posted 5 Jul 2016 by Drugs.com
-- Plantar fasciitis occurs when the tendon in the bottom of the foot becomes inflamed and painful. The American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society says risk factors include: Being female. Being overweight. Working in a job in which you must walk around or stand on a hard surface for long periods. Walking or running long distances regularly. Having tight calf muscles, flat feet or high arches.
Posted 3 Sep 2015 by Drugs.com
-- If your feet tilt inward or you have foot pain for another reason, shoe inserts may help tame discomfort. The American Podiatric Medical Association says types of shoe inserts include: Arch supports to help counter high or low arches. Plastic, gel or foam inserts that provide cushioning and support. Heel cups, pads or liners that cushion the heels, particularly in older people who have lost ...
Posted 27 Jul 2015 by Drugs.com
-- Pain in the heel may range from a minor nuisance to disabling. The American Podiatric Medical Association mentions these possible causes: Formation of a spur, a non-cancerous bony growth, in this case on the bottom of the heel. Plantar fasciitis, in which the thick band of tissue at the bottom of the foot becomes inflamed. Pronation, in which the foot turns too much toward the inside. This ...
Posted 28 May 2015 by Drugs.com
-- Plantar fasciitis occurs when the band of tissue that stretches across the bottom of your foot becomes inflamed and painful. The American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society suggests: Avoid putting weight on the foot until the inflammation has subsided. Ice the bottom of the foot several times per day, for 20 minutes at a time. Talk to your doctor about taking a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory ...
Posted 2 Mar 2015 by Drugs.com
SUNDAY, March 1, 2015 – An ultrasound technique is showing early promise as a quick and minimally invasive treatment for the common and painful foot condition known as plantar fasciitis. The finding is based on a short-term study involving just 65 patients, the researchers noted. "While the long-term outcome studies are in progress, the results we have seen to date are very promising," said ...
Posted 6 Aug 2013 by Drugs.com
-- Plantar fasciitis occurs when the band of tissue that spans the length of your foot becomes inflamed. This causes foot pain, notably in the heel. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons says typical symptoms of plantar fasciitis include: Pain that is worse when getting out of bed in the morning, or when starting to walk after sitting for a long time. Pain that subsides after walking for ...
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