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Cavus Feet: Symptoms, Causes and Treatments
Cavus Feet: Symptoms, Causes and Treatments
Cavus feet normally develop as a result of another underlying medical condition, and means that the foot has an abnormally high arch....
Footcare and the Housebound
Footcare and the Housebound
A sad fact of life is that there are many people suffering with foot complaints that could be treated but a lack of resources means that often these ailments are not…...
How Does Diabetes Affect the Feet?
How Does Diabetes Affect the Feet?
Diabetes is a complex medical condition and can cause serious problems with the feet if adquate precautions are not taken. Prevention is a key element in this instance…...
How Gout Develops and Treatment
How Gout Develops and Treatment
Gout is a condition that commonly affects the big toe but can be seen in other joints of the body. It is an arthritic condition that is caused by the build up of uric…...
Nerve Damage to Feet or Diabetic Neuropathy
Nerve Damage to Feet or Diabetic Neuropathy
Diabetic neuropathy is a term given to the nerve damage experience by those living with diabetes. The nature of the illness increases the chances of developing nerve…...
Raynaud's Disease and Feet
Raynaud's Disease and Feet
Raynaud's disease is a condition that casues the body to have an extreme freaction tothe cold weaht5er and stress. Affecting the extremeites of the body, in particular…...
The Causes of Unusual Foot Odour
The Causes of Unusual Foot Odour
A pre-existing foot problem can make natural foot sweat smell considerably more offensive. Being aware of ways of minimising potential odours will not only help keep…...
What is Foot Drop?
What is Foot Drop?
Walking abnormalities are generally considered unusual. It is therefore important to ensure that any restriction to foot and ankle movement is examined thoroughly. In…...
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