Heel pain usually affects the underside or back of your heel. Although heel pain is rarely a symptom of a serious condition, it can interfere with your normal activities, particularly exercise. Plantar Fasciitis, Insertional Achilles Tendonitis and Calcaneal Stress Fractures are common Pathology for heel pain.
Bunions are abnormalities of the feet that cause a bump to develop on the large toe joint. This can cause foot pain and cause the big toe to turn slightly inward. Ankle pain can develop due to compensating for the big toe pain. Doctors call bunions "Hallux Valgus." They are biomechanical problem.
Ankle pain is often due to an ankle sprain but can also be caused by ankle instability, arthritis, gout, tendinitis, fracture, nerve compression (tarsal tunnel syndrome), infection and poor structural alignment of the leg or foot.
Flexible flatfoot is one of the most common types of flatfoot. It typically begins in childhood or adolescence and continues into adulthood. It usually occurs in both feet and progresses in severity throughout the adult years.
Disorders of the Achilles tendon are common in active people, but they can occur in less active people. As the largest tendon in the body, the Achilles experiences repetitive strain from activities and sudden acceleration or deceleration, and becomes susceptible to rupture and degenerative changes.
Toenail fungus often starts under the nail fold at the end of the nail It grows underneath the nail and causes changes to yellow or brownish discoloration. An Ingrown nail is curved at the edges and usually pushes on the sides of the nail. This digging in of the nail irritates the skin, causing pain, redness, swelling and warmth in the toe.