Learn How To Treat Your Foot Soreness
When the lengthwise (longitudinal) arch falls, the change in the foot pulls up the base of the toes especially when not using diabetic shoes for men. This puts more pressur on the bottom of the base of the toes and the tops of the middle of the toes rubs on the inside of the shoes. This will cause increased pain and callous formation. There are muscles that attach to different parts of the arch and tend to pull it up. When you strengthen those mucles you help keep the arch up. One easy exercise can be done while you are watching television. Simply drop a few quarters on the carpet in front of your chair and practice picking them up with your foot. This will help keep the foot muscles strong and limber. A second exercise is also easy. That is simply trying to 'make a fist' with your foot. Tighten up the muscles and hold it for the count of 5 and then release.
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