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Cracked Heels
Cracked (fissured) heels are deep splits in the skin on the rim of the heel. Cracked heels are seen more commonly in the winter months when the air is dry. Cracked heels can be deep enough to bleed and... read more...
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Cramping of the Foot and Leg
A cramp is the abrupt spasm of muscle and associated tendon resulting in pain and often the mal-position of the anatomy associated with that muscle and tendon such as hyper-flexion, hyperextension or contracture... read more...
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CT Band Syndrome
The CT band is the group of structures that enable the delivery of force from the calf to the foot. The CT band (calf- to-toes) can be described as a group of 8 muscles and tendons that have their origin... read more...
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Cuboid Syndrome
Cuboid syndrome refers to the disruption (subluxation) of the normal function of the calcaneal-cuboid joint (CC joint). Cuboid syndrome is somewhat obscure and poorly defined in the literature. Poorly-defined... read more...
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Dermatitis
Dermatitis is a generic term used to describe a number of medical conditions that cause inflammation of the skin. Dermatitis of the foot can be the result of direct and indirect causes. Direct causes include... read more...
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Diabetic Foot Care
Foot care in diabetic patients is an essential part of their daily care. Many of the irritations of the skin that a healthy, non-diabetic patient would take for granted cannot be felt by... read more...
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Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
18.2 million people living in the United States have diabetes. This number represents over 6.3% of the population. One of the most common complications of diabetes is loss of sensation... read more...
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Diabetic Wound Care
18.2 million people living in the United States are diabetics. This number represents over 6.3% of the population. Diabetic wounds of the foot are a common problem that result from loss... read more...
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Dry Skin
Dry skin on the foot is the result of improper hydration, seasonal environmental dryness, lack of perspiration (dyshydrosis) or infections of the foot. The skin on the bottom of the foot is quite different... read more...