The cause of a cavus foot is a neurological problem or other medical conditions like Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, stroke, or polio. The other cause can be an inherited structural abnormality. This problem has got symptoms that show whether you have this problem or not. The symptoms include calluses on the heel, ball, or side of the foot, an unstable foot due to heel tilting inward leading to ankle sprains, hammertoes or claw toes, and pain while standing or walking. It can also lead to foot drop.
Planter Fascia Hand Other Foot Pains
Planter fascia is basically a band of connective tissue which runs along the sole from heel to ball of the foot. The planter fascia has the main role of keeping the joints and bones in position. If the ligament is bruised or overstretched, it can cause heel pain and inflammation. Well, the common cause of this problem is flat feet as the ligament is overstretched in this. In many other cases, planter fascia is related with heel spurs also. And it can tear and bleeds at heel and these injuries form a bony growth after calcifying.
With the problem like planter fascia, there are some other foot pains also. Heel spur is actually a bony growth, commonly called spur, which might get developed because of chronic inflammation. This can be a cause of heel pain as it tends to inflame the surrounding area. The other problem is Sever’s disease which is one of the most common causes of the heel pain in children that age between 8 to 16 years. This disease is a result from stress that is placed on the heel bone’s growth plate.
The deformities are common, yet not so common. Sometimes, they show up right from the birth, but sometimes, they occur because of some injury and are acquired. Whatever the case is, the deformities are never good. Well, here are some foot deformities that are written below and they tend to occur commonly.
This scary term is actually a medical term for a bunion, which is actually a bump forming on the side of the foot near big toe. It can also form on the ball of the foot. These do not appear out of nowhere but are developed slowly. In simple words, a bunion is a deformity of foot that can cause problems. Now, there are certain causes for this deformity. Often, the bunion formation is hereditary, meaning that it has been passed down from your parents. With this, the other causes for the deformity can be the improperly fitting footwear, wearing high heeled shoes, and arthritis. So, always wear shoes or footwear that is comfortable enough for you to walk in.
This disease is actually the arthritis of big toe joint. This one is a most common foot arthritic condition and second to the hallux valgus as a big toe condition. This problem tends to show up in women more often than men and that too in the age of 30 to 60. The symptoms for this trouble include stiffness and swelling around the joint of big toe, an inability to bend the big toe. With this, a bump might also get developed on top of the joint of big toe.
Cross Over Toe
A cross over toe is a condition where a toe(s) gets buckled, crooked or contracted – then actually crosses over another toes. It is usually the second toe that is involved in this cross over toe condition. The problem can damage ligaments that support the toes and can cause a muscle imbalance which eventually leads to crossing over of toes and slow dislocation. Well, the symptoms for this problem includes pain in the entire digit, tip of the toe, on top of the toe, and/or ball of the foot. The pressure from the shoes might result in corn formation also.