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Helpful Tips to Make the Treatment of Your Foot and Ankle Pain a Little Bit Easier

When you’re living with foot and ankle pain, you want as much help as you can get. Browse our library of articles and learn more about how you can give your feet the care and treatment they want.

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  • Neuromas In some cases, nerve issues in the lower limbs can be attributed to neuromas. Recognizing the symptoms will let you know when to seek treatment.
  • At-Home Foot Care Guide Whereas you see a podiatrist for foot care and treatment, there are also actions you can take at home to keep your feet healthy and safe.
  • Edema: Swollen Feet and Ankles Edema is a condition wherein feet and ankles become swollen. There are various causes, but pregnancy tends to be a particularly common one.
  • Pregnancy and Your Feet Pregnancy obviously affects your body in a variety of ways, but be careful not to overlook the changes and issues that can develop in your feet.
  • Women’s Foot Problems There are many foot and ankle problems a woman might develop, but Richardson Podiatry Center is here to provide the effective care and treatment you need.
  • Breaking Bones in Your Midfoot When your midfoot hurts, several injuries could be causing it. One possibility is a fracture, but others could include sprains and dislocations.
  • Achilles Tendon Rupture and Proper Care Achilles tendon ruptures are severe tears that typically happen from a sudden increase in stress on the tendon during physical activity.
  • Choosing the Right Athletic Footwear Sports can be a great way to stay in shape and contribute to your overall wellness, but wearing the right footwear is essential for foot health.
  • Foot Cramps Intermittent claudication, or cramping in a foot, is frequently caused by poor circulation, according to Richardson Podiatry Associates.