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Why is pediatric heel pain a common foot problem for children? This FootPhysicians.com podcasts sheds some light on the subject and debunks a widespread myth about children, feet, and pain.

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People with a hammertoe deformity often develop painful corns. This FootPhysicians.com podcast provides three tips to prevent corns.

There are several conditions that can cause people to experience burning and tingling feet, as explained in this quick FootPhysicians.com podcast.

What are the symptoms of Achilles tendonitis? This short FootPhysicians.com podcast goes over symptoms and treatments for this painful foot and ankle condition.

What is a neuroma, and what does a neuroma in the foot feet like? Those questions are answered in this quick FootPhysicians.com podcast.

If you’ve ever had an ingrown toenail, you know how painful they can be. This quick FootPhysicians.com podcast discusses ingrown toenails “101.”

Heel pain is one of the most common conditions treated by foot and ankle surgeons. The most common cause of heel pain is plantar fasciitis, but it’s not the only possible cause, as discussed in this quick FootPhysicians.com podcast.

Bunions are a common deformity involving the big toe. But there are a lot of misconceptions about bunions, as discussed in this quick FootPhysicians.com podcast.