Foot Osteoarthritis - Causes - Diagnosis - Symptoms - Treatment
- Foot Pain Information
- Osteoarthritis Basics
- Osteoarthritis Diagnosis
- Osteoarthritis Symptoms
- Osteoarthritis Treatment
Hallux Rigidus - What You Need to Know
Hallux rigidus is a form of degenerative arthritis and typically affects adults between 30 and 60 years of age.
Foot Osteoarthritis - What You Need to Know
Osteoarthritis of the foot can be painful and disabling. Stiffness, swelling, and pain are typical symptoms associated with osteoarthritis of the foot.
In-Depth Report: Foot Pain
Foot pain is a very common problem. About 75 percent of of people in the U.S. have foot pain at some time in their lives.
Pain or discomfort can be felt anywhere in the foot, including the heel, toes, arch, instep, sole, or ankles.
Can Shoes Cause Foot Problems?
Are you really damaging your feet with improper fitting shoes? Are you risking possible foot problems in the future to make a fashion statement?
Arthritis of the Foot and Ankle
There are 28 bones and over 30 joints in the foot. Tough bands of tissue, called ligaments, hold the bones and joints in place. If arthritis develops in one or more of these joints, your balance and walk may be affected, from AAOS.