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Foot Conditions2018-01-29T17:24:23+00:00

Foot Conditions

Plantar Fasciitis

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My pain is under the arch of the foot during activities

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Heel Spur Syndrome

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My heel(s) have pain upon standing after sleeping or being seated

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Morton’s Neuroma

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I have pain/numbness/tingling in the ball of the foot/toe area

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Bunions

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I have a bump (with or without pain) on the side of the big toe joint or small toe joint

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Flat Feet/Pes Planus

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My arch flattens out upon standing, I may have pain in my feet, ankles, knees, hips or back

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General foot pain

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I am on my feet for extended times; I get aches and pains in my feet

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Shin Splints

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The front of my lower legs (shins) is tender and painful

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Running pain

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Various aches and pains in the lower body resulting from the excessive stresses and pressures of running.

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Back/Knee/Hip Pain

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Aches and pains in the knees, hips and back can be the result of improperly functioning feet

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Hammer Toes

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My toe next to the big toe is higher than the others and may have pain, corn or redness on the top of it’s joint

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Overpronation

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My ankles turn inwards, I may have pain in my feet and/or ankles

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Oversupination

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My ankles turn outwards, I may have pain in my feet and /or legs

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Calf Soreness

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Abnormal foot function causing leg muscles to be overworked.

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Metatarsalgia

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My pain is under the ball of my foot just behind my toes

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Achilles Tendinitis

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My pain is at the back of the ankle(s).

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By wearing FPM custom orthotics you can correct the alignment of the joints of your feet, ankles, knees, hips and back. By correcting the way your feet function, you set the proper foundation for the rest of your posture, relieving pain and promoting healing.

Disclaimer: All information provided is for the self management of common conditions. It is not meant to substitute for diagnosis and treatment by a physician.