Foot Health Conditions

Arthritis In Feet
Arthritis can be found in the ageing population however there can be other causes. It may develop through damage to the foot, injury or trauma. This can result in swelling and inflammation around the joints of the feet and ankles. 
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Low Muscle Tone (Hypotonia)
Low muscle tone or hypotonia describes a decrease in muscle tone. This may mean the muscle doesn’t have the adequate strength, tension or resistance when standing or moving and therefore can contribute to poor movement control. It is most commonly found in children.  
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Flat Feet (Pes Planus)
A flat foot or pes planus occurs when the foot arch has collapsed. It can mean there are loose ligaments and weak muscles through the foot. 
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High Arch (Pes Cavus)
pes cavus is characterised by a high arch of the foot and can occur when the arch is in a weight-bearing (standing) position and doesn’t drop down or flatten to disperse the shock when walking or running.
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Hammer Toe
Hammer toe is a deformity of the joint of the second, third or fourth toes causing them to be permanently bent.  
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