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5 Preventable Foot Diseases


Your feet have 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than 100 muscles, ligaments, and tendons to keep all the moving parts together. They take a lot of daily abuse from walking, running or long work days so naturally, they are subject to many different types of problems - Problems you can prevent by wearing the right footwear.



1. Bunions


The bunion is a disease of the foot skeleton: In this case, the big toe is no longer in its natural position. It bends in the direction of the other toes and often even displaces them. In some cases, the toes also slide over or under each other. Due to this oblique position, the bunion area on the inside of your foot bulges. A clear bump can be seen and felt. The hallux valgus also changes the weight distribution on your entire foot. The big toe takes too little load, while the bones under the little toes are overloaded. This interferes with the rolling motion when walking and often brings on major foot pain.



If there is a certain predisposition, wearing too narrow, pointed shoes for years is particularly unfavorable. Also, in shoes with high heels, the foot muscles cannot work properly, they lose strength and elasticity. This favors the development of toe malpositions. Studies have also shown that even years of wearing socks compresses the toes and affects the natural shape of the foot. So choose the right footwear to avoid or treat bunions.


  • Visible bump on the side of the foottenderness on or around the big toe
  • Callus or corn on the bone below the big toe
  • Difficulty moving the big toe
  • Pain in the big toe when walking

2. Plantar fasciitis

Pain under the heel in the area of the sole of the foot, usually starting from the inside of the heel ball. In this case, the pain may radiate to the toes or lower leg. Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain of all - about 10% of the population is affected at least once in their lifetime.




Plantar fasciitis is caused by inflammation of a powerful tendon plate (the plantar fascia) that spans the arch of the foot from the heel to the toe joints. The main cause of this inflammation is permanent overloading of the tendon plate on the sole of the foot. Reasons for this can be overweight as well as an athletic and/or occupational overload with poor footwear.

Accompanying the patients often also have problems with the Achilles tendon and a malposition of the foot.



  • Pain in the heel area
  • Complaints in the area of the Achilles tendon

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3. Athlete’s foot

Athlete's foot is a fungal infection of the spaces between the toes, the soles of the feet and, in severe cases, the back of the foot. If the fungus also affects the nail, it is called nail fungus. Tinea pedis, as the disease is called by doctors, belongs to the dermatomycoses (fungal skin diseases).

Athlete's foot occurs very frequently: according to estimates, one in three people in industrialized countries is affected. The rate of infection also increases with age, with women suffering from athlete's foot less frequently than men.
Athlete's foot is mostly caused by skin fungi (dermatophytes). They can penetrate the skin through small cracks or injuries and infect its top layer.

The fungi are transmitted through direct skin contact or through skin flakes. This can happen, for example, when bare feet come into contact with contagious dander in communal showers. The same fungi can also lead to nail fungus.

Skin fungi need moisture and warmth to spread. The feet provide a favorable environment: because we wear shoes most of the day, it is often warm and moist there. This makes it all the more important to rely on breathable shoes to keep the skin nice and cool and dry.


  • Itching between the toes
  • Redness and flaking of the skin
  • Small pustules or blisters

4. Flat Foot

Flat Foot is a foot deformity in which the natural longitudinal arch of the foot skeleton (foot arch) is missing. It is called flatfoot when the entire sole of the foot is in contact with the ground while standing. A flat foot is either congenital or develops in the course of life. Depending on its severity, flatfoot causes pain and restricts movement.
The most common causes of acquired flat feet are overloading and incorrect loading of the feet due to poor footwear, lack of exercise and obesity.
  • Flat sole of the foot
  • Pain when walking
  • Feeling of tiredness in the feet
  • Swelling below the inner ankle

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5. Gout

Gout, which like osteoarthritis is a rheumatic disease, usually causes an inflammatory reaction in the joints. Doctors refer to this as arthritis urica. Most often, the base joint of the big toe is affected. In some cases, the joints of the midfoot and the ankle joints are inflamed. The same applies to the knees and the joints of the arms and hands
Gout is a condition that often affects your feet, especially in the big toe, because of too much uric acid in your body. This condition occurs in many forms and in four stages. You may experience gout that comes and goes or develop more chronic gout over time that damages your joints.
  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Pain, usually intense
  • Heat

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