Tag: foot pain

Treating Plantar Plate Tears

Plantar plate tears or dysfunction are a common cause of metatarsalgia in the ball of the foot. It typically causes pain under the ball of the foot, especially under the 2nd metatarsophalangeal joint that can also cause that weird sensation like a scrunched up sock sensation when the sock is not. When standing it is

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Rigid Carbon Graphite Insoles to Treat Painful Hallux Rigidus

A inflexible plate, usually produced from carbon is frequently helpful to stiffen a shoe to help a variety of painful conditions of the feet. These carbon plate are extremely stiff and firm because they have got to stiffen up the bottom of the footwear, particularly across the front foot. They can be found in several

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Can flip flops have enough arch support?

Do they have enough arch support built in so that they can support the foot? Can they be used instead of foot orthotics? Even thousgh foot orthotics do work really well at helping people with foot orthotics, they do need to be worn in shoes. Not everyone wants to wear shoes all the time, so

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