Callus and Corns
Build up of hard skin on the bottom of the foot, usually due to excessive pressure and often painful when standing.
Warts are viral infection that can spread quickly if untreated. Usually occur on the bottom or the top of the feet.
Fungal infection of the skin that commonly occurs on the bottom of the foot or between the toes.
Such as in-toeing, out-toeing, unusual gait, club foot, toe walking and pediatric flat feet.
Sudden sport injuries like sprains and strains or any other musculoskeletal injuries to the foot.
Inflammation of tendon or muscle where it attaches to the bone, most commonly Achilles tendonitis.
Due to excessive pressure over time or due to fungal infections, toenails can become thickened.
Pain in the heel, toes, ankle, or leg and knee and hip due to poor foot profile such as flat feet or high arch.
A toenail that curls into the skin due to genetics, trauma or poor nail cutting, that causes discomfort and pain.
Neuromas & Cysts
Nerve inflammation causing pain and discomfort or fluid build up from a joint capsule.
A general term to describe any pain and/or inflammation felt in forefoot area.