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Big Toe Joint Arthritis
This condition is very common and often results in limited motion, swelling and pain around the great toe joint.
Flat feet can be very painful and is associated with joint and muscle pain in the foot, ankle and legs.
The most important element to successful treatment of neuroma/ bursal complex is accurate diagnosis.
Abnormal bending puts pressure on the toe when wearing shoes, causing problems such as corns and calluses.
If you have an ingrown nail you may experience red and swelling around the skin, pain at the ingrown site.
In most circumstances the injury is isolated to the fibula or outside aspect of the ankle joint.
Ankle / midfoot arthritis can be described as pain with motion to a joint resulting from loss or damage to the joint surface.
Achilles tendinitis is a painful condition more common in adult males which involves chronic inflammation of the Achilles tendon
Ankle Impingement is described as pain associated with limited ankle joint range of motion.
Bunionettes, also known as Tailor’s Bunions, affect the outside of the forefoot (the 5th toe joint).
Ganglionic Cysts are fluid filled bumps which can develop adjacent to joints and tendons.
Peroneal Tendonitis is acute or chronic inflammation involving the tendons located on the outside of the ankle joint.
Lateral Ankle Instability is generally described as frequent episodes of the ankle joint ‘giving way’
Turf-Toe is a high energy injury of the big toe joint when ligaments, tendons and soft tissues in the joint stretch or tear.