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Feb/23/2014 - 09:12:30 am

The ABC'S Of Foot Problem

Calluses are composed of the same material as corns. Calluses, however, develop on the ball or heel of the foot. The skin on the sole of the foot is ordinarily about 40 times thicker than the skin anywhere else on the body, but a callus can even be twice as thick. A protective callus layer naturally develops to guard against excessive pressure and chafing as people get older and the padding of fat on the bottom of the foot thins out. If calluses get too big or too hard, they may pull and tear the underlying skin.

Foot pain is a very common problem to many people at some point in their lives. The pain can affect any part of your foot and can be a great nuisance. The pain can be mild or extremely serious especially if it is as a result of injury or some chronic conditions. Mild foot pains can be treated at home but in a serious one, it is imperative to seek medical attention because if left untreated, the pain can lead to permanent damage or even disability. Most pain is caused by ill fitting shoes that force the feet to stay in unnatural shapes.

Bone diseases are often diagnosed by doctors when a person experiences intermittent foot pain. It can also happen from bone injuries, improper blood circulation and lack of exercise. It also occurs while wearing misfit shoes for a long duration. Formation of heel spurs and gout cause terrible pain in foot. A painful condition also arises due to formation of clots in the blood. People experiencing pain due to such reasons must seek medical assistance. A sharp and thumping pain in the foot is experienced after waking up in the morning. People suffering from plantar fasciitis or tarsal tunnel syndrome suffer from foot pain in the morning. foot pain after running

If the foot pain is caused by plantar fasciitis, it may respond to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, daily application of ice to the heel, and use of orthotics to better support the heel and arch. Although calf stretching exercises are often recommended, there's little evidence that they actually help. Injection Fallen Arches of corticosteroids into the heel may give some temporary relief, but can lead to complications such as rupture of the plantar fascia. A newer treatment called extracorporeal shock wave therapy that uses sound waves has been approved for treatment of plantar fasciitis, but is usually reserved for resistant cases.

This is among the most common of foot injuries and is signaled by pain on the front of the heel or all along the arch. You probably have a lot of pain when you first get out of bed - it's probably murder just to walk out of your bedroom. Ditto on standing up after a long time of being seated. The pain may range anywhere from a vague pull along the arch to the impression that your arch is ripping in half (don't worry, it's not actually doing that). If you feel pain, it's plantar fasciitis.

An ideal way of relieving tired and achy feet is to massage them. The soft movement of the muscle fibers opens up the flow of blood to the region. Massage also brings healing, oxygen-rich blood into the affected foot. Once muscles are relaxed, aggravated nerves can begin to decrease how often they are firing and pain relief results. If nerve endings and muscles are particularly irritated by a certain pair of shoes or an activity, swelling will be present. In that case, it is advised to use ice packs or frozen vegetables to decrease inflammation.

One of the best home remedies for foot pain is to opt for a massage. A good foot rub, whether you do it yourself or go to a professional reflexologist will help in easing the pain. Massaging the feet with gentle pressure, helps to ease the pain and relaxes sore muscles. One of the best herbal remedies for foot pain is to use a foot rub that contains essential oils. You can also make your own foot rub by mixing two drops of rosemary essential oil and two drops of chamomile oil with two tablespoons of olive oil.
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