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we put on ourselves. According to the American Podiatric


Medical Association, “Feet endure tremendous pressures of daily living. An average day of walking brings a force equal to several hundred tons on them. They are subject to more injury than any other part of the body, underscoring the need to protect them with proper footwear.” What are some of those injuries?


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According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, the following are some of the most common foot problems: Bunions - When your big toe points


toward the second toe. This causes a bump on the outside edge of your toe. Bunions occur more commonly in women and can sometimes run in families. People born with abnormal bones in their feet are more likely to form a bunion. Wearing narrow- toed, high-heeled shoes may lead to the development of a bunion. The condition may become painful as extra bone and a fluid-filled sac grow at the base of the big toe. Corns and Calluses - Corns and


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calluses are caused by pressure or friction on skin. A corn is thickened skin on the top or side of a toe, usually from shoes that do not fit properly. A callus is thickened skin on your heels or the soles of your feet. The thickening of the skin is a protective reaction. For example, farmers and rowers


get callused hands that prevent them from getting painful blisters. People with bunions often develop a callus over the bunion because it rubs against the shoe. Morton’s Neuroma - Morton’s neuroma


is an injury to the nerve between the toes, which causes thickening and pain. It commonly affects the nerve that


travels


between the third and fourth toes. Morton’s neuroma is more common


in women than men. The exact cause is unknown; however, some experts believe the following may play a role in the development of this condition: Abnormal positioning of toes, flat feet, forefoot problems, high foot arches, tight shoes and high heels. Ingrown Toenails - An ingrown toenail


occurs when the edge of the nail grows down and into the skin of the toe. There may be pain, redness and swelling around the nail. An ingrown toenail can result from a number of things, but poorly fitting shoes, and toenails that are not trimmed properly are the most common causes. The skin along the edge of a toenail may become red and infected. The great toe is usually affected, but any toenail can become ingrown. Ingrown toenails may occur when extra pressure is placed on your toe. Most commonly, this pressure is caused by shoes that are too tight or too loose. If you walk often or participate in athletics, a shoe that is even a little tight can cause this problem. Some deformities of


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