For people who are afflicted with major foot problems, the mere act of walking can be practically unbearable. Nonetheless, with proper preventive care and effective treatment performed in advance, the feet can be healed before the situation worsens and re-injury occurs.
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Foot stretching exercises along with orthotic insoles providing firm foot arch support go a long way to prevent and mitigate heel pain due to over-pronation and related foot conditions such as plantar fasciitis.
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Pediatric heel pain is a warning sign that a child has a foot condition that needs to be evaluated. A common cause of heel pain in children is a condition called calcaneal apophysitis. This condition usually causes pain and tenderness in the back and bottom of the heel when walking, and the heel is painful when touched. Over-pronation increases the stress on the growth plate, and is therefore a major contributing factor to pediatric heel pain.
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Many conditions causing foot paion can be alleviated by wearing simple off-the-shelf orthotic insoles. Here are the most common foot pain disorders, and how orthotic insoles can be ued in treating them.
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