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Common Foot Problems in Your 50s and Beyond

Oct 22 2018 Tags: Achilles Tendinitis, Arthritis, bunions, Gout, hammer toes, Heel Pain, Morton’s Neuroma, Osteoarthritis, Parakeratosis

Foot problems are a natural part of the aging process. They arise from the normal daily wear and tear of joints as well as thinning skin that becomes more fragile due to dryness and a loss of elasticity. We typically begin to see foot problems in our 40s and 50s, with some of the problems getting more severe or numerous as we age. Below is a list of the most common foot problems seen when we age, as well as a look at some treatment options for each condition. 1. Arthritis:  Arthritis is often a reality of aging. Osteoarthritis is what we think...

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