If you wake up in the morning and ask yourself "Why does my toe hurt?", you should probably make an appointment with Dr. Nagy to find out the cause. Standing on your feet all day can result in varying degrees of foot pain, but it rarely localizes the pain to the sides of your toes. While you may be able to figure out part of the problem on your own, it's always a good idea to seek medical attention when it comes to your feet. The following may be possible causes of your toe pain, but you should still make an appointment to have your feet evaluated.
Nagy Footcare Blog
Your feet hurt. When you stand. When you take a step. Heaven forbid you try to exercise. And let’s not talk about the pain of sliding your feet into comfortable shoes. And all you want is to get back on your feet and to be able to get through your normal daily activities without pain.
We tend to take our toenails for granted, until they cause a problem. Fungal infections, and injury can cause your toenail to fall off. As disturbing as it may be to realize your big toenail falling off, it is not entirely uncommon and is easily treated both before and after the big toenail falls off. A New Hampshire podiatrist at Nagy Footcare, we help our patients to preserve and protect their toenails so that they are able to lead healthy and active lives.
Your feet bear much of the stress and strains of normal day-to-day life. They absorb the impact of each step you take whether you're walking, running, or jumping. The feet and toes are made from many small delicate bones, muscles, and tendons that enable these movements. Regardless of your activities and level of athleticism, due to their active role, your toes and feet are prone to injury and painful conditions.