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As you grow older, you may think a great deal about your overall health and how to stay healthy, but you might forget about your feet. The truth is, if your feet aren’t healthy, you can find yourself immobile and housebound or even worse. That’s why elderly foot care should be a priority.


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Diabetes can cause atherosclerosis, or the buildup of plaque that causes the arteries to harden and narrow. This buildup results in a reduction of blood flow to the legs and feet, which is commonly referred to as poor circulation.



Black toe is a relatively common condition among vigorous walkers, runners, hikers, and participants in other sports and activities where the feet are subjected to stress and strain, such as football, basketball, track, baseball and soccer. The condition generally is the result of impact trauma, particularly in the big toe.



t isn’t terribly unusual to think that adults are the only ones who develop bunions. After all, there is a perception that this condition is closely linked to stilettos and pumps – shoes for grown-ups. It’s important to understand that children can develop them, too.



The balls of your feet—those padded areas on the bottom of your feet between the toes and the arch—are surprisingly complex under the surface. Five long metatarsal bones occupy a tight space with a pair of sesamoid bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and blood vessels.



Many people struggling with problems in their feet and ankles. In fact, the American Podiatric Medical association reports that nearly three quarters of Americans currently live with some kind of foot pain. They might not know the treatment options available to them, and decide to try to put up with the pain instead.



Many people struggling with problems in their feet and ankles. In fact, the American Podiatric Medical association reports that nearly three quarters of Americans currently live with some kind of foot pain. They might not know the treatment options available to them, and decide to try to put up with the pain instead.


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