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  • Causes of Foot Pain and Treatments

    Common causes of foot pain include plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, osteoarthritis, bunions, and more. You may find just the top of your foot hurts, or you have one-sided foot pain, or there may be pain and swelling in both feet. These symptoms can point to a specific diagnosis.

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  • Symptoms and Causes of Arthritis in the Toes

    Arthritis in the toes is chronic inflammation of the joints in the forefoot. The joint most often affected is the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint, which connects the big toe to the rest of the foot. Symptoms of toe arthritis are similar to those of arthritis that affects other joints: tenderness, swelling, stiffness, and pain.

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  • Pain on Top of Foot: Treatment Based on Cause

    Pain on the top of the foot can occur from injury or as a side effect of a medical condition. You may also experience swelling, numbness, tingling, or burning—depending on the cause of your foot pain. Conditions such as osteoarthritis, extensor tendonitis, and gout can cause pain on the top of the foot.

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  • Healing heel pain: Researchers explore the use of local vibration in plantar fasciitis treatment

    Plantar fasciitis (PF) is a common musculoskeletal, inflammatory condition, characterized by severe pain in the heel of the foot, to the extent that it limits day-to-day activities. The plantar fascia ligament, a fibrous connective tissue, supports the arch of the foot and functions as a shock absorber, similar to modern-day car suspension systems.

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  • Advances catalyze minimally invasive foot, ankle surgery

    Although minimally invasive surgery for the foot and ankle has been around for decades, improvements in tools, implants and surgical training combined with a growing body of literature have inspired renewed popularity of these surgeries.

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