High Heels and Foot Problems

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Certainly they make a woman’s legs look good and they’re very popular, but high heels can make a wide variety of situations more difficult. First of all, there’s the obvious situation that you could turn your ankle and cause that sort of difficulty. In addition, many high heels have of narrow box to the shoe, so the toes are crushed. When the toes are crushed in that position, it can actually lead to nerve damage and a neuroma. The final thing is it can add to bunions and the problems associated with it. Be careful about the shoes you wear.

 

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Ingrown Toenails Need Treatment

Ingrown Toenails Need Treatment

Ingrown toenails are very frustrating. Doctors will often have to take care of ingrown toenails and perform surgery. Of course, podiatrists do as well. This condition can be very painful for patients. But the thing about an ingrown toenail that’s very important for patients to understand is that it has to get treated appropriately or it’s only going to get worse. It will get worse, obviously, growing in an inward direction, but also in increasing the pain, pressure and the definite frustration that goes along with it.

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What Is Raynaud’s Disease?

What Is Raynaud’s Disease?

Raynaud’s is a problem where we have, in our skin, a difficulty processing cold. What happens in Raynaud’s is actually that the blood flow to the extremities isn’t necessarily as good as it should be for a wide variety of reasons. In cold weather, the skin actually can go from white to red to blue and actually show changes that are dramatic. These people actually have sensitivity at far warmer temperatures than the average person.

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