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MEDICAL CONDITIONS

A variety of conditions can be treated conservatively with pedorthics.

 

Since 2003

  • Accessory Bones (Accessory Ossicle, extra bones in the foot)

  • Accomodation (shock absorption and distribution, accommodate deformities)

  • Achilles Tendonitis

  • Ankle Equinus (limited or no heel contact with the ground during gait)

  • Acquired Adult Flat Foot Deformity (AAFFD, Posterior Tibial Tendon Disorder)

  • Amputation

  • Arch Pain (medial, longitudinal, transverse)

  • Arthritis (degenerative joint disease, Osteo, Rheumatoid, other forms)

  • Ankle sprain

  • Asymmetry between feet (different shoe sizes, structure, biomechanics)

  • Atrophy 

  • Balance (stability, proprioception)

  • Biomechanical disorders of the foot (excessive pronation, hypermobile first ray, excessive supinated)

  • Brace-to-shoe Fitting (brace, AFO, prosthetic shoe-fitting)

  • Bunions (Hallux Abducto Valgus, Dorsal bunion, Tailor's Bunion - 5th MPJ) 

  • Callus formation (callosity)

  • Cancer. Side effects from medication causing neuropathy

  • Charcot Foot

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease

  • Chronic Repetitive Strain Syndrome

  • Claw Toes

  • Club Foot (talipes equinovarus)

  • Contracture

  • Corns

  • Chronic foot conditions/disorders 

  • Deformities (Congenital and Acquired)

  • Diabetic Foot care

  • Diabetic Ulcer (woundcare) 

  • Edema (Swollen Feet)

  • Exostoses (osteophytes,bony deformity)

  • Extrinsic factors (related to effects from above the ankle) 

  • Flat Feet (Pes Planus)

  • Floating Toe

  • Foot Infection

  • Frontal plane disorders

  • Functional Correction (improved foot structure and biomechanics)

  • Functional disorders (occurring dynamically) 

  • Gait Abnormalities

  • Ganglion

  • Gout 

  • Hallux Rigidus/Limitus

  • Hard-to-Fit Feet

  • Hammer Toes

  • Heel Pain

  • Heel Fissures

  • Heel Spurs

  • High Arches (Pes Cavus, excessively supinated foot, elevated long arch)

  • Hypermobility (excessive joint motion)

  • HIV/AIDS 

  • Ingrown Toenails

  • Intrinsic factors (related to effects from the foot and ankle)

  • Iliotibial Band (IT) Syndrome 

  • Joint pain (Tenosynovitis, functional and structural disorders)

  • Joint fusion (Arthrodesis)

  • Joint limitations (Ankylosis, limited range of motion)

  • Knee pain (Chondromalacia Patella) 

  • Lateral column pain (pain along the outside of the foot)

  • Limb-Length Inequality (Discrepancy, Asymmetry)

  • Low Arches (Pes Planus, excessively pronated foot, low long arch)

  • Lumbar Radiculopathy (support for lower-back pathology)

  • Lymphedema 

  • Mallet Toes

  • Medial column pain (pain along the inside of the foot)

  • Metatarsalgia (pain in the ball area of the foot -"metheads"/MPJs)

  • Mis-mated Shoe Sizes (feet are different sizes and/or widths)

  • Mortons Toe (Morton's syndrome, short first toe/metatarsal)

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Muscular Dystrophy (complications due to Muscular Dystrophy)

  • Myalgia (muscle soreness or pain, strain) 

  • Narrow shoe sizes

  • Neuro-Muscular Disorders -

  • Neuropathy (numbness, peripheral neuropathies)

  • Neuroma (Morton's Neuroma)

  • Numbness (loss of sensation in all or part of the foot/toes) 

  • Obesity

  • Orthotics and Prosthetics support (shoe fitting for O&P)

  • Osteochondrosis (Avascular Necrosis, Osteonecrosis, Freiberg's disease)

  • Overlapping Toes

  • Overuse Syndromes (repetitive stress on the foot) 

  • Pain (foot, knee, postural)

  • Palliative care

  • Parkinson's Disease

  • Pathomechanics and Joint Malalignment

  • Pediatric care

  • Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD)

  • Periostitis

  • Peroneal Tendinitis

  • Plantar Fasciitis

  • Plantar Fibro Matosis (Dupytren's contracture of the foot)

  • Post-Polio Syndrome

  • Post-Tib Tendonitis/ (Posterior Tibual Tendon Disfunction, PTTD)

  • Post Surgery

  • Pregnancy

  • Pronation (generally excessive with hypermobile feet)

  • Psoriasis 

  • Reiters Syndrome

  • Rehabilitation support

  • Rigid joint(s) in the foot and ankle (limited or no joint motion)

  • Rigid Pronated Feet

  • Rigid Supinated Feet

  • Raynaud's disease 

  • Saggital plane disorders

  • Sesamoiditis

  • Sinus Tarsi Syndrome

  • Shin Splints

  • Shoe fitting and shoe modification

  • Sore, Achy Feet

  • Splayed Fore-foot (fore-foot is substantially wider than the rearfoot/heel)

  • Spasticity (cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, spina bifida)

  • Sports performance & related injuries (sports medicine)

  • Stress and Fatigue (relief for soft tissue, joints, and bone structures of the feet)

  • Stress Fracture

  • Structural disorders (caused by osseous deformity)

  • Supination (generally associated with rigid, high-arched feet) 

  • Tarsal Coalition and other Joint Coalitions

  • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Tailor's Bunion

  • Tendinitis (Tenosynovitis, Peritendinitis, Achilles Tendinitis)

  • Tendinosis

  • Tendon Strain

  • Tissue Stress (pathology-related compression, tensile, and shear forces)

  • Toe Deformities (hammer, claw, mallet, overlapping, floating)

  • Transverse plane disorders (abduction, adduction, overlapping toe)

  • Turf Toe 

  • Ulcerations and Lesions (wound care) 

  • Vascular Disease (affecting the feet) 

  • Wide shoe sizes

  • Wounds