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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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Whether you're slogging through deep snow and sub-zero temperatures in the north, or contending with dampness, chill, and muddy conditions in the south, it's important to take care of your feet all winter long. You'll want them to be healthy and ready for action when spring finally arrives.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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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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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Marietta & Atlanta Best Podiatrist have spent years learning about feet! Your feet are an amazing area of your body, and one of the most complicated mechanically. There are over 26 bones in your feet, along with 33 joints and over 100 muscles,tendons, and ligaments.


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A broken ankle occurs when one or more of the three bones that make up the ankle is fractured. Aside from a broken bone, a patient diagnosed with a broken ankle might also suffer from injuries to the connecting tissues or ligaments in the ankle, as well as the two ankle joints.


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Achilles tendinitis is an inflammation of the Achilles tendon. Like many other foot disorders, including bunions, hammertoes, and neuromas, Achilles tendinitis will get progressively worse and may eventually lead to degeneration of the tendon if not properly diagnosed and treated by a foot care doctor or podiatrist.


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Warts are soft tissue growths that can occur on anywhere on the skin, including the soles of your feet. A wart that develops on the bottom of your foot is called a plantar wart. Warts are usually not painful, although they can be if a plantar wart is located on the ball or heel of the foot.


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Freiberg’s disease is a rare disorder of the foot’s joints. The metatarsal bones run from the toes to the arch of the foot. With Freiberg’s disease, the joint surfaces disintegrate and/ or collapse and abnormal tissue forms in the joint.


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Acrocyanosis is a disorder that causes spasms in the arteries responsible for blood flow to the skin on the hands and feet. When the skin is deprived of necessary oxygen due to the constricted blood flow, it takes on a blue color, known as cyanosis.


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Toenail fungus infections are a common foot health problem and can continue for years without ever causing pain. The disease, characterized by a change in a toenail's color, is often considered nothing more than a flaw or imperfection. If it’s left untreated, however, it can cause more serious problems.


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There Ready! Your custom orthotic shoe inserts are ready for you to pick up. Who knew you could get so excited about orthotic shoe inserts. You’ve been looking forward to them for weeks because you’ll finally be able to manage your foot pain and get back to enjoying daily activities


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Your toenails serve the purpose of protecting your toes, assisting with counter pressure to help with balance, and can even signal certain health problems. They also serve a beauty and pampering function. Many people enjoy getting a pedicure to relax and get their toenails painted purely for aesthetical pleasure.


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Watching a baby learn to walk makes it clear that our gait changes significantly as we age.  Gait refers to the way that a person walks, and there are a set of standards used to signify a range of normal.  Babies wobble, and often have a wider stance as they learn to balance during walking.


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