Do you have foot pain? You may be suffering from flat feet. All babies have flat feet and children usually outgrow them around their sixth year. In adults, however, this condition can be serious and painful. Ranging in severity from flexible to rigid, flat feet can cause a variety of pain and problems or they may not be much of a bother at all. If you are experiencing discomfort and/or a lack of mobility due to foot pain, you should see your New Hampshire podiatrist to find out if you have flat feet.
Nagy Footcare Blog
Approximately 45% of the population has misaligned feet. You might have thought that misalignment was something that affected the spine and was treated by chiropractors and physical therapists. But just about every part of your body can become misaligned, either with bones shifting or muscles tightening and pulling.
Do your feet hurt? If you’re reading this blog post, you probably do suffer from foot pain and are trying to figure out why and how to make it better. There are plenty of injuries and conditions that can lead to foot pain, but did you know even your gait, the way your feet and ankles move when you walk, can cause foot pain.
Misalignment of the feet is one of the most common causes of conditions that cause foot pain. When portions of the feet are not aligned properly, it can cause pain and pressure in the ankles, knees, and hips as well. Using treatments and minimally invasive techniques, the foot can be brought back into alignment, allowing the person to live a more active life without extreme pain or discomfort.