Santi Cazorla Reveals Foot Was Almost Amputated Amid 8 Surgeries on Ankle Injury
You already know that an all-black outfit can help you look taller and slimmer, but the color itself isn’t the only secret. Wearing the same hue—especially a dark shade—head-to-toe will stretch you out vertically, making your legs look long and lean.
Having an ingrown nail is one of the worst things that can happen to you. it’s a condition in which the nail curves, and grows into the skin, causing pain, discomfort, swelling, tenderness, redness, irritation and even infection.
Do you have a Roman foot or a Greek foot? We all have toes but seldom knows that different shape of toes or feet tells the story about different personality, fortune and future. However, almost everyone knows and believes what the hand lines tell. Today, we are going to surprise you by looking into four distinct shapes of the foot and revealing the hidden story that tells a great deal about your personality behind them.
PRP…you hear about it all the time.. so what is it and how can it help with inflammatory conditions such as plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, neuromas, and even arthritic joint changes in the lower extremity joints.
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma.
Some facts on Diabetes..
Diabetes kills more people annually than breast cancer and AIDS combined.
Having a wound immediately doubles one’s chances of dying at 10 years compared with someone without diabetes.
Here are some causes and treatment options for Plantar Hyperhidrosis (aka: Sweaty feet)
More common in men.
Causes: excess heat, exercise, stress. Changes during puberty, pregnancy and menopause can also increased foot sweating. People who stand all day for their job can find their feet sweat more.
Author: Brian McCurdy, Podiatry Today
Severe foot pain and planus posture leave patients at a higher risk of falling, according to a recent study in Gerontology.
The study, focusing on 1,375 patients with a mean age of 69, found that 263 patients related one fall in the past year and 152 patients had two or more falls. Researchers note that foot pain was linked with a 62 percent greater risk of recurrent falls and patients experiencing moderate or severe foot pain had higher odds of two or more falls. In addition, the study notes that patients with planus foot posture have a 78 percent higher risk of falls while foot function had no association with falls.