Poor Circulation in Hands and Feet
Poor circulation in hands and feet
Suffering from cold, numb, or aching hands and feet? You might be dealing with a problem of poor blood circulation. This article deals with the symptoms, causes, and a few tips on improving the poor circulation in hands and feet.
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Swollen Feet Causes
Causes of swollen feet
Swelling in the feet can be caused by a wide range of reasons. It can occur as a result of walking long distances, or standing/sitting for long hours. It can also occur as a side effect of certain medical conditions.
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Cold Feet and Hands
Causes of cold feet and hands
Are your feet and hands cold most of the time? Cold feet and hands could be a symptom of some underlying disease or disorder. The following write-up will help you understand the causes in detail, besides highlighting some useful...
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Poor Circulation in Feet
DIY tips to improve poor circulation in feet
Poor blood circulation in the legs and the feet can cause various health problems. Read on for more information about the condition.
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Hammertoe Surgery
Need of hammertoe surgery
Surgery for hammertoe treatment is performed only when other conventional methods fail to show positive results. The surgery involves straightening the deformed toe by correcting the tendons or fusing joints. Read on...
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What is Sinus Tarsi Syndrome?
Sinus Tarsi syndrome
Sinus tarsi is a small depression or cavity that is located between the talus (ankle bone that articulates with the tibia and fibula) and the calcaneus (heel bone), on the outer side of the ankle. This Buzzle write-up provides...
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Hammertoe Surgery Recovery
The recovery from a hammertoe surgery can take a few months to even a year. The following Buzzle article will list out the varied factors involved in the postoperative care and recovery.
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Torn Tendon in Foot
Tendon rupture is a very common condition, that can be accompanied by severe pain. There are several factors that can cause the foot tendons to tear or rupture, which are discussed in this article, along with the symptoms and...
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Healing Time for a Broken Foot
A broken foot could be the result of a sudden injury or due to long-term stress on the foot. The time required for the injury to heal completely depends on factors like its severity, the affected bone, and age of the injured...
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Foot Surgery Procedures
There are many different surgical techniques that are used for treating various foot problems. A few of the most common procedures have been highlighted in this article. Read on...
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Bunion Splint: Do They Work?
People suffering from bunion pain search for answers regarding bunion splint, do they work? This article will help you understand more about bunion splint and their effect.
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Blood Clot in Foot
Blood clot is relatively common but many times extremely painful. It is a debilitating condition that can cause trouble while walking.
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Soaking Feet in Vinegar
One splendid way to keep your feet soft and supple, and from various skin conditions is giving them a vinegar soak. This article talks about the benefits of soaking feet in vinegar.
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Swollen Toe Causes
Although swelling of the toe is not a life-threatening problem, it is better to seek medical attention to prevent it from becoming serious. Determine the cause of the edema in your toe before you begin worrying. There are many...
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Foot Tendons
Worried because of constant foot pain? The following article provides information on foot tendons, tendon injuries and ligament pain. Read on, to know the causes of foot tendon injuries and how some simple home remedies help get...
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Toe Infection
A toe infection, if left untreated or unattended, can easily spread to other areas of the foot and the consequences may be scary. Here are some tips on how to treat the infection, and a brief info on what causes it.
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Trench Foot
Trench foot is defined as a medical condition of the foot, which arises as a result of too much exposure to cold, wet, and unsanitary conditions.
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Flat Feet Problems
Proper anatomy of the feet is very important for us to move around comfortably. One of the conditions in which this harmony is broken is flat feet. In most circumstances no complications are caused. However, certain problems...
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When to See a Podiatrist
Feet are invariably the most ignored body parts. However, it's essential to consult a podiatrist at the earliest for proper diagnosis of foot disorders. So, put your best foot forward to find more about when is the right time to...
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Exercises for Flat Feet
Many of us have flat feet. This condition is called pes planus. Exercises for flat feet can help the individual in correcting the condition and rebuild the fallen arches. Here are some exercises that you may like to perform.
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Hammertoe Treatment
Before going to the podiatrist for hammertoe treatment, look at the easy and simple treatment options that will relieve you off the distress.
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Metatarsal Pain
There are several possible reasons that can lead to pain in the metatarsals. This article will give you more information on the causes, symptoms, and treatment methods for the same.
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Plantar Flexion
Plantar flexion is an ankle movement that causes the movement of the foot away or towards the body. This action flexes the muscles of the toe and foot toward the sole.
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Flat Feet in Children
Flat feet is a condition in which the foot arch or falling arch is absent. Flat feet in children is very common and in most of the cases, it gradually gets into shape as they grow up. Let's have a look at the reasons behind this...
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Metatarsalgia Symptoms
Pain in the foot is one of the most common symptoms of metatarsalgia. Here is detailed information its on causes, symptoms, and treatment.
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Metatarsalgia Treatment
Metatarsalgia is a form of neuralgia which often affects runners and athletes. This article discusses the line of treatment for this condition.
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Fungal Foot Infection
Fungal foot infections are a nightmare to live with. Read on to find out what you need to do, to get rid of them.
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Common Foot Problems
Although we use our legs and feet almost all day to move about, to drive, to exercise, and so on, most of the time we are hardly aware of them. It's only when foot problems occur that they suddenly come to our notice.
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