Foot pain is something all of us experience at least once in a while. With so many functions performed by our feet, it is no surprise that foot problems are common among people.
This can partly be considered a result of poor foot care habits; foot health is given less importance in our everyday lives, with more attention being paid to diet and fitness rather than the state of our feet.
Foot pain can change your whole life, making it difficult for you to perform even basic functions such as standing or walking. This is the reason why treating and preventing foot pain is important.
One way of achieving this is locating the exact area of pain which can then, help in narrowing down the causes. There are three regions in the foot that commonly become painful over time: the heel, the arch and the toes.
Pain and swelling in the heel region can also happen if you have arthritis that slowly weakens your joints.
When people spend too much time on their feet especially on hard flooring made from tile, concrete or wood, there is increased pressure placed on both feet. This can become worse if the person has a flatfoot posture which eventually leads to pain in the arch.
The big toe plays an important part in the push-off phase (when the foot lifts from the ground) of walking or running. With a weak foot posture, such as flat feet, there is more stress on the big toe joint which may increase the risk and ill effects of turf toe injuries.
Moreover, if you have foot posture problems such as flat arches, these insoles will help in enhancing the strength of your arches to prevent unhealthy foot movement.
People often wonder if there’s a cure for flat feet. While it is tempting to seek out a permanent solution for the condition, it helps to know which treatment is the most effective in getting results.
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