Foot Problems

Have a problem with your feet? Use our comprehensive guides and learn how to deal with some of the most common foot ailments people deal with every day.

How to Treat Plantar Fasciitis Effectively

Discover the evidence-based approach to treating plantar fasciitis, the most effective way to manage the pain and symptoms of plantar fasciitis.

How to Fix Flat Feet Naturally

Depending on the type of flat feet that you have, medical professionals can even work with you without resorting to invasive surgery. By strengthening certain muscles and connective tissues, simple exercises can create more of an arch in your foot.

Foot Pain Identifier

Having a painful foot or feet is certainly not something you could just brush off. Before your trip to the doctor, find out the possible causes for your foot pain through this list.

Home Remedies for Plantar Warts

By now, you’ve heard about the healing powers of salicylic acid, potatoes and duct tape as home remedies for plantar warts. This article will discuss why these home products work and other popular and unpopular ways to get rid of foot warts. Plus, have you heard of the chant that gets rid of plantar warts?

Nail Fungus Home Remedies

The belief that nail fungus only comes from poor hygiene has long been disproved by science. But this does not mean that it is okay to keep them. This article talks about the easy (just walk to the kitchen, really) and more importantly, effective, ways to kill toenail fungus fast.

How to Get Rid of Corns and Calluses On Feet

Tired of your less-than-pretty feet? If you’ve suffered from corns and calluses for as long as you can remember, this article will give you a long list of suggestions to finally get rid of the sometimes painful and always hardened skin on your tootsies.

Morton’s Neuroma

What is Morton’s neuroma?
Morton’s neuroma is irritation of one of the nerves in between the forefoot bones, particularly the nerve between 3rd and 4th bone.

Metatarsalgia

Metatarsalgia is pain coming from the long bones connecting the digits to the midfoot that is termed as metatarsals. It usually involves the second metatarsal head.