Category: Leg and Foot Conditions

6 Exercises For Heel Pad Syndrome

6 Exercises For Heel Pad Syndrome

Heel pads on the soles of your feet function as shock-absorbing cushions for the heels. They consist of a thick layer of fatty tissue. Thinning of heel pads due to degenerative changes makes them lose their elasticity and shock-absorbing capacity, which is known as Heel Pad Syndrome. It is also known as Fat Pad Atrophy and is one of … Continue reading 6 Exercises For Heel Pad Syndrome

6 Tips To Prevent Arthritis After Meniscus Surgery

6 Tips To Prevent Arthritis After Meniscus Surgery

A meniscus injury is the most common knee injury. Menisci are cushioning structures that line the knee joint and allow frictionless knee movement. Each of your knees has two menisci. They are semi-circular in shape and act as shock absorbers of the knee joint. A meniscus tear occurs commonly in sports that require frequent twisting … Continue reading 6 Tips To Prevent Arthritis After Meniscus Surgery

10 Exercises For Peripheral Neuropathy In Feet

10 Exercises For Peripheral Neuropathy In Feet

Peripheral neuropathy is the damage to one or more of the peripheral nerves. It results in numbness, tingling, muscle weakness, and pain in the area supplied by the nerve. The normal functioning of the nerve disrupts. The peripheral nerves send sensory and motor signals to the central nervous system to work. When only one peripheral … Continue reading 10 Exercises For Peripheral Neuropathy In Feet

9 Facts About Diabetic Foot

9 Facts About Diabetic Foot

Diabetic foot is a chronic and dreaded complication of diabetes mellitus. It occurs secondary to peripheral neuropathy in diabetes or peripheral artery disease. It results in foot infection and ulcers.When peripheral neuropathy occurs, it leads to loss of sensation in the foot. As a result, any micro-trauma can lead to cuts and soreness as the … Continue reading 9 Facts About Diabetic Foot