Some orthotics are firm and designed to provide support; others are soft and intended for cushioning. Podiatrists use orthotics to treat a variety of conditions, including:
A bunion is a common foot deformity. Bunions can form on the little toes, but the most common variety is known medically as hallux valgus and occurs at the joint where the big toe meets the metatarsal bone.
Your legs contain two different types of veins: deep veins, which are close to the bone, and superficial veins, which are located near the surface of the body. Both types of veins are critical to circulation. Every second or so, your heart pumps oxygenated blood throughout your body via your arteries.
There are many reasons why patients come to Podiatry Group of Annapolis reporting joint pain. Arthritis is a problem for many men and women, especially those over 65.