Foot pain is very common, about 60 to 70% of people will suffer foot pain, sooner or later in life. With every step, a force of 2-3 times our body weight is placed on our feet. Whereas during a typical day that we take steps 3000-7000, it is not surprising that once or twice in our lifetime we will all suffer a certain amount of foot pain.
The feet are a complex structure of 26 bones and 33 joints, layered with an intertwining web in more than 120 muscles, ligaments and nerves. This website provides detailed information on the most common types of foot pain, how it occurs, and send you to relieve foot pain. Foot pain can have many sources, fractures and sprains to nerve damage. Pain in the forefoot, located on the bottom of the foot behind the toes, a product made from 100% silicone can be washed in hot or cold water, using any type of soap or and detergent can be dried at temperatures up to 500 º C. There is no need for talcum powder. To ensure that the product lasts longer, keep it free of any sand or other impurities.
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In some cases, the pain is located within walking distance. However, even when pain is limited to one foot, it may happen that on top of the foot, the bottom of the foot (plantar surface), heel, ankle, or toes.