If your heels and arches hurt after spending time on your feet, such as running or working, you might have a problem called plantar fasciitis. You can experience plantar fasciitis from several things, including placing repeated stress, tension, and pressure on your feet. You can take steps to ease your painful feet temporarily with the information and tips below. Why Do Your Heels and Arches Hurt? The plantar fascia is a thick ligament that extends from your heel bones to your toes and helps form the arch of your foot.
Toenail fungus is not pleasant to look at nor is it easy to get rid of. You may have tried all sorts of topical applications, but the fungus has continued to grow on your toenails. In many cases, the condition worsens following the applications. Even when you take an oral medication that's supposed to work, it just doesn't work. It is a frustrating condition, but the good news is that podiatrists are now using a laser treatment that destroys and eliminates the troubling fungus.
When you have an ingrown toenail, it can be tempting to take care of the problem on your own. Armed with a set of tweezers and some nail clippers, you might be ready to get in there and take care of business. Unfortunately, a few missteps could lead to a serious infection. I have made this mistake myself, and it almost cost me my toe. I hope that as you evaluate your own foot problems that you will remember how valuable a podiatrist can be. Your foot doctor can inspect your problem and recommend the proper course of action. Read through my website to learn more.