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Foot problem information for the public with foot problems

ePodiatry is a website primarily for foot health professionals, but this section contains information on a range of foot problems for the general public with links to relevant parts of the ePodiatry database. There is probably no better resource available to find out more about your foot problem. Not only is it updated regularly, there are links under each foot problem to the ePodiatry database containing all the latest research (and this database is added to daily!!!).

Foot Problems (click on one of the links below for the most complete information on your foot problem):

Cracked heels Heel pain Ingrown toe nail
Neuroma Heel pain in children Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Foot Corns & callus Burning foot Arch pain
Diabetes foot care Rheumatoid arthritis Ankle sprains
Dry skin Sweaty feet Flat foot
High arch foot Foot orthotics Hammer toe
Sever's Disease Calcaneal apophysitis Calf muscle stretch
Bunion Runners knee Shin splints
Children's foot problems Fungal infection - skin Fungal infection - nails
Children's footwear Running shoes Fitting footwear
Ingrown toenail Heel spurs Plantar fasciitis
Smelly feet Cold feet Pronated foot
Arch support Poor circulation Archies FlipFlops
Clubfoot Charcot's foot Ski boot problems
Chilblains Metatarsalgia Morton's neuroma
Foot pain Sprained ankle Flat feet
Bunion surgery Footcare products Growing pains
Gout Peripheral neuropathy Pitted Keratolysis
  Abductory Twist Toning Shoes
Not sure what your problem is? - check the foot pain page

ePodiatry has the most comprehensive information to find out more about foot problems

For books on foot problems for consumers, click here (learn more about your foot problem)
For help with your foot problem, click here to find a podiatrist anywhere in the world.
To ask a question about foot problems, try our Foot Health Forum
Purchase foot care products here.
ePodiatry is purely a source of information on foot problems and should at no time be considered as replacing the expertise of a health professional. We recommend seeking professional advice for foot problems before embarking on any form of self treatment or management for a foot problem. Neither the content or any other service provided through ePodiatry is intended to be relied on for medical diagnosis or treatment. Do not delay in seeking health professional advice for foot problems.
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