Foot Injuries

Foot Injuries

Foot Injuries

Learn More About Foot Injuries at Foot Solutions

Foot Solutions has the Right Products to Help Treat Foot Injuries Fast

Most of the population will experience foot pain at some point during their life's journey. Keep in mind that the foot bears the entire weight of the body and is our foundation. Foot injuries can be difficult to recognize because the foot is so unique and has so many parts. At Foot Solutions we want you to understand how your foot can be injured and how to prevent it.

What Do You Consider a Foot Injury?

The list of injuries characterized as foot injuries is quite extensive.

  • Sprains to the feet and ankles are considered foot injuries
  • Overall pains in the feet are characterized as foot injuries
  • Straining the foot and ankle muscles can be considered a foot injury
  • Foot bone fractures are foot injuries
  • Foot muscle cramping is a foot injury
  • Edema, swelling of the feet and ankles caused by injury, is known as a foot injury
  • Plantar fasciitis is a very common foot injury that results in heel pain
  • Achilles tendonitis is also a common foot injury affecting the Achilles tendon

What Causes Common Foot Injuries?

Most foot injuries are caused by ill-fitting and inappropriate shoe selection, because the foot will take on the shape of its environment. The specialists at Foot Solutions can help. Come in for a free fitting and find products to help relieve your foot pain.

In addition to footwear, foot injuries can be caused by a list that includes the following:

  • Changes in foot size and shape
  • Improper walking
  • Poor posture
  • Medical conditions
  • Inherited foot conditions
  • High-impact exercises
  • Occupational work related stress.

What are the Best Ways to Treat and Prevent Foot Injuries?

Wearing appropriate selected and correctly fitted shoes can help eliminate so many foot problems. Feet can change in size during the day (later in the day), and with weather temperature changes (smaller during the cold). Size and shape can differ during activity and with age.

Arch supports are used as a treatment of various areas of foot pain. In order for the arch support to work in addressing the issues, it has to be supportive and comfortable related to relieving pain. The arch support design must be a good fit to the appropriate shoes, to allow the foot to experience a comfortable environment. Appropriate shoes and arch supports are known to reduce athletic fatigue in the feet. The arch support design with a heel cup to cradle the heel provides better stability which leads to improve balance by weight being more evenly distributed and improve performance on all levels. Try custom designed arch supports today at Foot Solutions. Foot Solutions has a wide variety of custom and over-the-counter arch supports for all activities, situations and types of foot pain.