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Foot conditions: symptoms, treatments and footwear advice

The human foot has 26 bones, 33 joints and over 100 muscles, ligaments and tendons made up of tough fibrous tissue that hold all the moving parts together.

The foot is an evolutionary marvel, capable of supporting hundreds of tons of force - your weight in motion - every day. The countless parts of the foot, including the toes, heel and metatarsal heads, work together to allow you to move and stand for long periods of time.


But the pressures of weight-bearing put your feet at a higher risk of injury than any other part of the body. Many foot problems, such as claw toes, blisters, bunion, corns, flat feet, sunken feet and metatarsalgia can develop because of underlying diseases, ill-fitting shoes or simple wear and tear with age.

A bunion is a deformity of the foot and more specifically of the first toe. Read more
The different foot shape
Every foot is different and it is important to know what type of foot you have so that you can fit it properly. Read more
Diabetic foot
If you have diabetes, prolonged high blood glucose levels can lead to serious complications in your feet. Read more
Rheumatoid arthritis foot
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic disease that attacks multiple joints throughout the body and particularly the foot. Read more
Metatarsalgia is often caused by walking or standing for a long time. It is pain and inflammation of the sole of the foot. Read more
Heel spur
Heel spur is a talalgia related to repetitive strain injuries. This pathology of the rearfoot is caused by the accumulation of shocks. Read more
Toe deformities
Toe deformities occur due to abnormal positioning of the foot bones, inadequate biomechanics or disease. Read more
Flat foot
People with flat feet, also known as valgus flatfoot, have no arch or a very low arch. Read more
The hollow foot
The hollow foot is defined by an excessive arching of the foot, which can cause pain. Read more