Foot pain is often caused by systemic diseases—ailments that affect the whole body but may manifest as a foot problem or have painful symptoms in the feet or affect the health of the feet.
We often see patients with foot pain and/or impaired ability to walk comfortably, including:
- Diabetes mellitus
- Neurological disorders
Sometimes people are surprised that arthritis affects feet. Arthritis is either damage to or inflammation of a joint – and can affect any joint in your body. Your feet are especially prone to develop arthritis because each foot has 33 joints and they take a tremendous amount of pressure every day. Your symptoms may include aching or generalized pain in one joint or an entire area of your foot.
Get the correct treatment with the correct diagnosis.
Don’t live with pain in your feet. If you have are experiencing symptoms call today for an evaluation in our Monsey or Williamsburg offices.
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