Our feet are very important parts of our body. They provide a platform so we can move around, and they provide our body with the balance we need to perform many tasks. We take them for granted and don’t pay much attention unless our feet are out of sorts. They certainly get our attention if we develop a corn from wearing the wrong shoes, stub a toe, or break a nail past the quick. But there are other things than can create long-term foot pain. For these reasons, it’s important to know what is happening to our feet that is causing us pain.
Possible causes of foot pain include:
Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
A tunnel through the bones in our feet provides a passageway for nerves, tendons, and vessels. When the bony tunnel is narrowed from such things as arthritis, fracture, surgery, or bone displacement, the tibial or plantar nerves are compressed and that causes the pain of tarsal tun...
It is that time of year again. The jet stream is dipping down into the central U.S., bringing with it front after front of cold weather. It happens every year, and I dread it every year.
No offense, Lene Andersen, but Canadian air is sooooo cold! Of course, when we are sweltering in humid Gulf Coast air, the Canadian air just doesn’t visit. That would be July in Missouri. That is when we call our state Misery.
I have an aversion to socks and shoes. If I could, I would go everywhere barefoot.
Unfortunately, I might end up hurting my feet, and walking in snow with bare feet is not exactly a smart thing to do. In addition to that, I know I would get some stares, and possibly an ambulance ride to the mental hospital in Fulton.
All kidding aside, I find these cold fronts that sweep down into my world this time of year very painful. When the barometric pressure drops, the RA Troll is merciless. I h...
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