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Technically known as "Hallux Valgus", they are a deformity of the big toe and first toe which produces a lateral prominence of the bone. You can also hit the 5th finger (or pinky), causing the person who suffers problems walking.
Among the causes that determine the appearance of bunions, hereditary factors are the most influential, but can also appear for inflammatory rheumatism or other diseases of the feet (flat feet, ropes).
Women are more prone to bunions than men, due to improperly fitting shoes with heels or narrow shoes in the front of the shoe.
It is a painful complaint that affects the forefoot or hand next to the fingers, on which the support is provided, mainly between the 2nd, 3rd and 4th metatarsal caused by the flattening of the arch of the foot as a result of tight shoes. Usually pain occurs when walking, disappearing during rest. The areas of the foot under excessive pressure causes the appearance of calluses can be painful.
It is an accumulation of dead cells in the feet, which are caused by overgrowth of the stratum corneum (top layer of skin) due to friction or continuous overload. Consequently
hyperkeratosis (fragment hard and thickened skin) it becomes very painful when the core coincides with the pressure area appears.
are mainly caused by the use of too narrow shoes, gait or foot deformity.

Claw or hammer toes

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Toe straighteners
Named to the deformity of the toes of the 2nd to the 5th, in which the fingers shrink, causing a rise in a "claw". Occurs due to atrophy of ligaments and tendons, preventing the finger has the mechanism of flexion and extension. The elevation of the fingers also causes the appearance of calluses and abrasions on the back of the affected fingers.
Although a hereditary predisposition, use of inappropriate footwear and rheumatic diseases are the most common causes of its appearance.

Overlapping toes

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Flat toe separator / Cylindrical toe separator
Named to the fingers that are placed one above or below the adjacent finger or fingers that are misaligned causing malformation of foot muscles. There is a genetic predisposition, but can also be caused as a result of Hallux Valgus.
It is an inflammation of the extensor tendon of the foot, usually almost always associated with inflammation of the synovial sheath (tendon sheath). The most common cause is the practice of sports where sudden changes in rhythm or sudden changes in volume due to body weight gains are realized. A particular case is the involvement of the Achilles tendon, the largest tendon located in the leg, the inflammation causes pain that increases when walking or doing sports.

Plantar fascitis

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It is an inflammation caused by excessive stretching of the muscles of the plantar. The plantar fascia is a very thick band of tissue that connects the heel to the toes. When the fascia is stretched or used too, becomes inflamed, causing pain and difficulty walking.
The pain is caused by a degeneration of collagen which causes chronic inflammation call. It is a common impairment in people with flat feet or capes, or impacts on the Achilles tendon, other causes such as intense sport or obesity are also common.

Flat feet

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A flat foot is characterized by a lack of longitudinal plantar arch or dome (just the opposite alteration to the nail) with a consequent flattening of the foot. Following the foot does not rest on the floor on three points (forefoot and calcareous outer margin) if not on the entire plant. When flat feet are pathological causes pain and discomfort when walking. In most cases this type of ateración is hereditary.

Pes Valgus

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Is a default position and shape of the foot, wherein the heel looks and is directed outwards, that is, is supported on its inner edge and the outer therefore remains high. Usually associated with flat feet.

High arched feet

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High-arched feet is characterized by an irregular elevation of the plantar arch of the foot, exactly the opposite of flat feet. The foot is supported only on the outer edge, while the inner remains high. Fingers can become stiff or inflected inwards, reducing the size of the foot.
The heel bone is one of the seven tarsal bones, which is located on the back foot. An alteration in this bone produces the so-called spur is a bony prominence that can occur from excessive and continuous stretching of the plantar fascia, causing pain, swelling in the surrounding area and difficulty support. It is more common among people who have the high arched foot or who are overweight, but it can also occur with contractures that affect the Achilles tendon.
Occur as a result of repetitive friction in an area of ​​the foot, due to use of too narrow or shoes back. The skin is irritated and reddish color, being more sensitive to any external agent.
It is a lesion of the skin or mucous membranes that is the elevation thereof, causing bumps containing serous fluid, or pus. They usually appear due to excessive friction in certain areas of the foot. Excess heat and humidity in the foot due to low transpiration (common in sports long) can also propitiate.

Diabetes (diabetic foot)

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It is a disorder of the feet of diabetics caused by this disease. It is characterized by elevated blood sugar, which affects the vascular system and therefore the peripheral arteries supplying the foot. Because of occlusion of the arteries that carry blood to the foot gangrene occurs. The foot of the diabetic patient is very sensitive to any form of trauma, ulcers of the foot and skin atrophy, therefore, people with diabetes should take special care in their feet.