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    • Achilles Tendonitis
    • Achilles tendonitis, an inflammation of the Achilles tendon, can cause severe pain and swelling, usually in the area just above the ankle. Click below to read more about this condition or shop for products to relieve pain.
    • Arch Pain
    • Do your foot arches feel sore and painful? Arch pain can be attributed to a number of factors, including poor or ill-fitting footwear (such as high heels), foot injuries, plantar fasciitis or – the most likely reason – flat feet or weakening foot arches. Click below to read more about this condition or shop for products to relieve pain.
    • Arthritis
    • Arthritis, an inflammatory condition of the joints, commonly affects the lower body, hindering mobility and causing pain and swelling in the feet, legs, knees, hips and lower back. Click below to read more about this condition or shop for products to relieve pain.
    • Athlete's Foot
    • Keeping feet cool, dry and comfortable is the best way to guard your feet against athlete's foot, a contagious fungus that thrives in moist environments like wet, sweaty shoes and socks. Click below to read more about athlete's foot, or shop for products to treat excessive foot perspiration.
  2. B
    • Ball-of-Foot Pain
    • Pain in the ball of the foot can make walking unbearable. Click below to read more about how to treat and prevent this condition, also known as metatarsalgia, or shop for products to ease pain and comfort feet.
    • Blisters
    • Blisters, fluid-filled bubbles on the skin’s surface that often occur due to friction, can be quite painful. Click below to learn more about this condition, or shop for products to ease blister pain and prevent new ones from forming.
    • Bromhidrosis
    • Excessive sweating and moisture can result in severe foot odor, also known as bromhidrosis. Click below to read information from The Podiatry Institute about how to treat and prevent this condition, or shop for products to keep feet dry, cool and comfortable.
    • Bunions
    • The bony prominence at the big toe joint, called a bunion, can be caused by aging, inappropriate footwear, genetics and other factors. Click below to read information from The Podiatry Institute about how to treat and prevent this condition, or shop for products to relieve bunion pain and help prevent surgery.
  3. C
    • Calluses
    • The thick skin usually found on the bottom of your feet, called a callus, is your body's way of protecting sensitive areas where friction often occurs. Click below to read more about this condition, or shop for products to soften and remove calluses from feet.
    • Circulation
    • Poor circulation can result in a myriad of symptoms, including leg and foot aches, swelling and even the development of spider and varicose veins. Click below to read The Podiatry Institute's recommendations on treatment and prevention options, or shop for products to help improve circulation in your feet and legs.
    • Cold Feet
    • Do you suffer from cold feet? Cold feet and hands are often signs that you may have poor circulation. Click below to read more about this condition, or shop a wide selection of products to help warm feet and improve circulation.
    • Corns
    • Foot corns, the irritating bumps that usually appear on the sides of your toes, are one common result of shoe friction. Click below to read The Podiatry Institute's recommendations on how to treat and prevent foot corns, or shop for products to ease pain.
  4. D
    • Diabetic Feet
    • Diabetic feet need extra care and attention, mainly because many diabetics suffer from diminished sensation or the inability to feel pain. Click below to read The Podiatry Institute's tips for caring for diabetic feet, or shop for products to protect feet and keep them healthy.
    • Diabetic Neuropathy
    • Diabetics are at risk for developing diabetic neuropathy, a condition that develops following damage to the specific nerves in the peripheral nervous system, the nerves connecting the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body. Click below to read information from The Podiatry Institute about this condition, or shop for products to protect diabetic feet.
    • Dry & Cracked Heels
    • The heels on your feet are very susceptible to cracking and bleeding. Don't suffer with dry heels! Find relief at FootSmart. Click below to read The Podiatry Institute's tips for treating dry skin, or shop for products to smooth and soften cracked heels.
    • Dry Skin
    • The best way to treat and also prevent dry, cracked skin on your feet and heels is to use good therapeutic ointments and creams. Click below to read more tips from The Podiatry Institute on how to relieve this condition, or shop for products to soften and smooth your feet.
  5. E
    • Economy Class Syndrome
    • Long periods of sitting in a cramped and immobile position – such as the time spent on a long airplane ride – can lead to the development of economy class syndrome. Click below to read more about how to prevent this condition, and shop for products to improve poor leg circulation.
    • Edema
    • The best way to relieve swollen feet and legs, referred to medically as edema, is to elevate the legs above the level of the heart. Click below to read more information from The Podiatry Institute about this condition, or shop for products to ease swelling and pain.
  6. F
    • Fallen Arches
    • People with arch pain or fallen arches are most likely suffering from a condition called flat feet. Because people with flat feet have no arch support, the foot tends to turn outward at the ankle, causing a walk that's concentrated on the inner border of the foot. Don't walk with pain; walk in comfort. Click below to read more about this condition or shop for products to treat and prevent fallen arch pain.
    • Flat Feet
    • Are you suffering from arch pain? If so, you could have a condition called flat feet. Due to the less supportive structure of a flat foot, symptoms can include foot, ankle, knee and lower back pain. Click below to read more about this condition, or shop for products to lift fallen arches and relieve pain. Walk in comfort at FootSmart.
    • Foot Odor
    • Excessive foot perspiration is the reason your feet smell. Click below for tips from The Podiatry Insitute on how to treat and prevent foot odor problems, or shop for products to keep feet dry, cool and comfortable.
    • Foot Perspiration
    • Excessive foot perspiration is a main cause behind many common foot conditions, including athlete's foot and foot odor. Get help from FootSmart: Click below to read The Podiatry Institute's tips for treating this ailment, or shop for products to keep feet dry, cool and comfortable.
  7. H
    • Hammertoes
    • If your toes appear crooked or misshapen, chances are you have hammertoes, a condition usually caused by a muscle imbalance from an unnatural walk. Click below to learn more about this condition, or shop for products to relieve hammertoe pain.
    • Heel Pain & Heel Spurs
    • If your plantar fascia ligament becomes inflamed, calcium deposits may eventually form on the heel bone. These deposits, called heel spurs, can cause mild to serious heel pain when applying pressure on the foot. Click below to read The Podiatry Institute's recommendations for treating and preventing heel spurs, or shop for products that provide pain relief.
    • Hot Feet
    • According to The Podiatry Institute, a number of different factors can cause hot feet. Click below to read more about this condition, or shop for products to help keep feet cool and comfortable all day long.
    • Hyperhidrosis
    • Do your shoes and socks constantly feel wet? If so, you may be suffering from hyperhidrosis, a condition characterized by excessive foot perspiration. Click below for more information from The Podiatry Institute on how to relieve and prevent this condition, or shop for products to keep feet dry, cool and comfortable all day long.
  8. I
    • Ingrown Toenails
    • Clipping your toenails may seem like a simple job, but improper technique may result in ingrown toenails and accompanying pain, swelling and infection. Click below to read The Podiatry Institute's tips for avoiding ingrown toenails, or shop for products designed to treat and prevent this condition.
    • Itchy Feet
    • Dry skin and athlete's foot are two main causes of itchy feet. Click below to read more about why you have itchy feet and how to find relief, plus shop for products to keep feet comfortable.
  9. M
    • Metatarsalgia
    • Feeling pain in the ball of your foot? Most likely you have metatarsalgia. A number of different factors can contribute to the development of metatarsalgia, so click below to read information from The Podiatry Institute on what caused – and how to treat and prevent – this condition. Also shop for products for immediate relief.
    • Morton's Neuroma
    • If your toes hurt or feel numb, you may be suffering with morton's neuroma, an inflammation of the common digital nerve between adjacent toes on the bottom of the foot. Click below to read information from The Podiatry Institute about this condition – including tips for relief and prevention – or shop for products to relieve your pain.
  10. N
    • Nail Remedies
    • Don't hide your toenails – treat them! Improve the appearance of yellow, discolored and/or infected toenails with a variety of available remedies. Click below for more information from The Podiatry Institute on different toenail infections, or shop for products to get healthier looking nails.
    • Narrow Heels
    • Do you wear shoes that are too wide in the heel? Heels rubbing against ill-fitting shoes can cause irritation or blisters. FootSmart can help with a wide selection of products designed to improve fit and cut down on irritation, from narrow-width shoes to heel liners.
  11. O
    • Overlapping Toes
    • Overlapping toes, also called hammertoes or crooked toes, are primarily caused by a muscle imbalance due to an unnatural walk. Click below to read more information from The Podiatry Institute about this condition, or shop for products to correct your case of overlapping toes.
  12. P
    • Plantar Fasciitis
    • Plantar fasciitis is an inflammatory condition that causes intense heel pain. The main cause of plantar fasciitis: overstretching the plantar fascia, the band of connective tissue that stretches from the heel to the ball of the foot and also supports the foot's arch. Click below to read more about this condition – including treatment and prevention tips from The Podiatry Institute – or shop for products to relieve your heel pain.
    • Pronation
    • Pronation is the medical term that refers to the rolling-in or flattening out of the foot's arch, which can result in flat feet. Click below to learn more about how to treat and prevent this condition, or shop for products to help keep you walking in comfort.
  13. R
    • Runner's Knee
    • Runner's knee, patellofemoral stress syndrome and chondromalacia are all different names for the same type of pain: chronic pain behind or around your kneecap that makes walking up or down stairs difficult. Click below to read more information about this condition, or shop for products to treat and prevent pain.
  14. S
    • Sensitive Feet
    • Click below to shop for comfort footwear, seamless socks and healthcare products just for sensitive feet and legs.
    • Supination
    • Supination occurs when the ankle rolls out, so that you appear to be standing on the sides of your foot. Excessive supination can cause ankle sprains. Click below to read more about this condition, or shop for products to correct your stance and prevent ankle injuries.
    • Swollen Feet and Legs
    • Are you suffering from swollen feet and legs? Poor circulation is one major cause, and The Podiatry Institute recommends leg elevation as the best form of treatment. Click below to read more information from The Podiatry Institute about this condition, or shop for products to reduce swelling, increase circulation and prevent leg veins.
  15. T
    • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
    • One of the main causes of tarsal tunnel syndrome is traumatic injury to the ankle area, and usually results in intense foot and ankle pain. Click below to read more about this condition - including recommendations from The Podiatry Institute on the best treatment options - or shop for products to relieve your pain.
    • Thick & Yellow Toenails
    • Unhealthy toenails often take on a yellow tinge when inflicted with an infection. Click below to read more about how to treat and prevent yellow toenails, or shop for products that offer fast relief.
    • Tired, Aching Feet
    • Do your feet constantly hurt, especially at the end of a long day? Are you looking for some way to relieve aching feet? FootSmart can help with a wide selection of products designed to soothe and ease swollen, tired feet. Click below to read The Podiatry Institute's treatment and prevention tips - so you can avoid achy feet - or start shopping now.
    • Toe Pain - Pinched Toes
    • Do your toes feel cramped, pinched and painful? Click below to read information from The Podiatry Institute on how to treat pinched toes, usually the result of inadequate footwear, or shop now for products like toe caps, toe separators and other toe care products.
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    • Weak Arches
    • Weak arches can lead to a more serious condition known as flat feet, so it's important to get help for weak or collapsing arches as soon as possible. Click below to read more about flat feet or shop for products to treat and prevent weak arches.
    • Wide Feet
    • Looking for shoes and socks to fit wide feet, or just want to learn why your legs and feet are so swollen? Click below to read more or shop for products just for this condition.
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