Patients with foot symptoms demonstrate a higher risk for all-cause mortality than those without foot symptoms.Managing foot symptoms may potentially lower the risk for decreased time to mortality, the researchers wrote.
From classic pumps to skyscraper stilettos and strappy sandals, the right pair of heels can really elevate your outfit (get it?). But they're not exactly the most comfortable shoe out there. And if you wear them all the time, are heels bad for you?
If you have pain, burning, numbness, or tingling in your toes, feet, or lower legs, you may have a condition called peripheral neuropathy. This condition is usually chronic and progressive and may be caused by a variety of problems. Peripheral neuropathy can be managed with a combination of self-care home treatments and medication.
The aim of this study was to present and evaluate methods of measuring toe joint angels using joint-surface based and inertial axes approaches.
Development of a foot and ankle strengthening program for the treatment of plantar heel pain: a Delphi consensus study
People with plantar heel pain (PHP) have reduced foot and ankle muscle function, strength and size, which is frequently treated by muscle strengthening exercises. However, there has been little investigation of what exercises are used and there is no sound evidence base to guide practice. This study aimed to develop a consensus-driven progressive muscle strengthening program for PHP.