Ingrown toenails can cause pain, swelling, redness, and infection. Fungus under toenails causes them to be thickened and discolored.
a thickened area of skin on the sole of the foot resulting from recurring pressure and friction.
Noncancerous skin growths on the soles of feet caused by Human Papillomavirus.
A tear, strain or sprain in a ligament that takes place when the ligament is stretched too far.
Progressive movement of big toe toward second toe causes “bump” of bone to form on the side or top of the big toe joint.
Result of pulling on the large ligament (plantar fascia) in the foot after long hours of standing on a hard, unyielding surface.
Pain in the bridge between the front and back of the foot. Can be a result of flat feet, poor circulation, excessive weight, arthritis, or plantar fasciitis.
An abnormal bend in a joint of a toe, commonly caused by high heels and shoes with a narrow toe box.
A contagious fungal infection that frequently begins between the toes and causes itching, stinging, and burning.
People with diabetes are at a high risk of foot problems (including amputation) from poor circulation, infections and lack of feeling.