- Toe Straighteners
- Which foot cream for dry and cracked skin?
- What to do about Severs Disease?
- Strapping for a Plantar Plate Tear
- Bunion Correctors
- Archies Arch Support Thongs
- Shoes for Children
- How to Help Your Plantar Fasciitis
- Do MBT Shoes Work?
- Do magnetic insoles work?
- Foot Reading
- Functional Hallux Limitus
- How to Treat Bunions
- An Abductory Twist
- Do Toning Shoes Help?
- Achilles Tendon Rupture
- Peroneal Tendonitis
- Kohlers Disease
- Cracked Heels
- The Circulation Booster
- Hallux Rigidus
- Sinus Tarsi Syndrome
- Corns on the Toes
Category Archives: Toe Problems
There are a number of different devices that come under the category of “toe straighteners”. There are a number of different commercial brands (eg Correct Toes ) and a number of different types of devices that do slightly different things … Continue reading
What are they? Chilblains are reddish colored lesions that normally occur on the toes as a result of changes in the temperature. They only occur in the colder climates. They are also itchy and painful. If they become chronic, they … Continue reading
What is a plantar plate tear? A plantar plate tear is a reasonably common strain or partial tear of a strong ligament under the metatarsophalangeal joints in the ball of the foot. The pain is most commonly under the head … Continue reading
Can you doctor your own feet with bunion correctors? These are a splint or brace that you are supposed to wear at night and they are alleged to correct bunions, but do they? A lot of questions get asked in … Continue reading
What is it? Functional hallux limitus is a problem in which the range of motion of the big toe (“hallux”) joint is limited (“limitus”) when the foot is weightbearing (“functional”). The limitation is not there when the foot is up … Continue reading
What is it? A bunion is an enlargement of the joint at the base of the big toe and is almost always accompanied with a hallux valgus, that is the deviation of the big toe to rewards the lesser toes. … Continue reading