Foot
 

The foot is the lower extremity of the leg below the ankle.

Tinea pedis is commonly known as “athlete’s foot." It is a fungal infection of the foot, often seen in sports participants. ...[Read More]
A stress fracture is a fracture that is caused by too much stress being put on a bone. It is not typically caused by trauma and it develops gradually over time....[Read More]
The plantar fascia is located on the underside of the foot, and it is a thick band of fibrous tissue that runs from the inside edge of the heel to the toes....[Read More]
A bunion is a condition where there is a gradual change in the anatomy of the great toe, leading to a painful and permanent deformity over the side of the digit....[Read More]
 
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