fbpx

Sole Conditions

Conditions affecting the sole of the foot

Search other symptoms

Sole Conditions

21 Sole Conditions

Athlete’s foot

Symptoms Include:
Rash  |  Itch  |  Pain  |  Redness

 

Athlete’s foot is a fungus-caused rash. It typically shows up between the toes. Itchy, red, scaly, dry, cracked, or blistering skin may be present. It’s usually not significant, but it should be addressed. This is done to prevent the infection from spreading to other parts of the body or to other persons.

 

Related Conditions:
Fungal nail infection

Blisters

Symptoms Include:
Blistering  |  Pain  |  Redness  | Itch

 

Blisters are tiny pockets of fluid that form when the upper layers of the skin are injured. Blisters can appear everywhere on the body, but the hands and feet are the most prevalent.

Bunion

Symptoms Include:
Lump | Pain | Swelling | Redness

 

A bunion is a bone malformation at the base of the big toe’s joint. A bunion can affect anyone. Women are more likely to have them than men. If you have a bunion, consult your podiatrist or doctor because if you don’t address it, the symptoms can get worse.

 

Related Conditions:
Foot pain

Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT)

Symptoms Include:
Poor coordination | Walking problems | Muscle weakness | Cold fingers and toes

 

Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) a peripheral nerve disease is a collection of hereditary disorders that affect the peripheral nerves (they control your muscles and other things like the sense of touch). If you suspect you’re experiencing CMT symptoms, see a doctor.

Chilblains

Symptoms Include:
Inflamed | Itch | Swelling | Redness

 

Chilblains are tiny, irritating skin swellings that arise as a result of exposure to cold weather. They typically affect the extremities of the body, such as the toes, fingers, ears, and nose. Chilblains are inconvenient, but they rarely result in serious harm. If the cold is avoided, they usually heal in a few weeks.

Club foot

Symptoms Include:
Malformation | Difficulty walking

 

A congenital abnormality known as club foot (also known as talipes) can afflict one or both feet. Early treatment is usually effective in resolving the problem. If your child has a club foot, one or both of his or her feet will point down and inwards, with the sole facing backwards.

Corns and calluses

Symptoms Include:
Thickened skin | Pain

 

Corns and calluses are thickened hardened skin patches. When the skin is subjected to a lot of pressure or friction, they form. They’re most common on the feet, and they can be painful. If you have them on your feet, seek treatment from a podiatrist (chiropodist).

Flat feet

Symptoms Include:
Malformation | Pain

 

Flat feet, often known as ‘fallen arches,’ are defined as having low or no arches and pressing almost totally flat on the ground.

Foot drop

Symptoms Include:
Foot drop

 

Foot drop is a muscular weakness or paralysis that makes lifting your front foot and toes difficult. It’s usually diagnosed via a physical test that looks at how you walk and examines your leg muscles to see if you have foot drop.

Foot pain

Symptoms Include:
Pain | Swelling

 

Foot discomfort is a frequent condition that can have a variety of causes. Many conditions that cause foot discomfort are usually self-managed. If you have severe or persistent pain in your feet, you should consult your doctor. Some of the most common reasons for foot discomfort are listed here.

Fungal nail infection

Symptoms Include:
Discolouration | Abnormal nails | Pain

 

Infections of the nails caused by fungi are very prevalent. They are normally not dangerous, but they can be bothersome and take a long time to heal. Fungal nail infections most commonly affect toenails, although they can also affect fingernails.

 

Related Conditions:
Athlete’s foot

Gangrene

Symptoms Include:
Redness | Swelling | Reduced sensation | Pain

 

Gangrene is a dangerous disorder in which body tissue dies due to a lack of blood supply. It can affect any region of the body, but the toes, feet, fingers, and hands are the most commonly affected. The earlier gangrene therapy begins, the more effective it will be (see symptoms section).

Hand, foot and mouth disease

Symptoms Include:
Blisters | Rash | Mouth ulcers | Pain

 

Hand, foot, and mouth disease primarily affects children under the age of ten, with the majority of cases occurring in children under the age of four. It has the potential to impact adults. It’s a viral infection that normally clears up on its own in 7 to 10 days without the need for antibiotics.

Heel pain

Symptoms Include:
Pain

 

Most heel discomfort can be relieved at home. If your heel discomfort persists, you should consult a doctor.

Ingrown toenail

Symptoms Include:
Pain | Redness | Pus | Blood

 

When the sides of a toenail grow into the surrounding skin, it is called an ingrown toenail. The flesh gets red, puffy, and sensitive as the nail coils and pierces it.

Leg cramps

Symptoms Include:
Cramps

 

Leg cramps are a common but typically innocuous ailment. Cramps occur when the muscles in your leg become tight and painful all of a sudden. The calf muscles are the most commonly affected, but they can affect any area of your leg, including your foot and thighs.

Metatarsalgia

Symptoms Include:
Pain | Tingling | Walking problems

 

Pain in the ball of the foot is known as Metatarsalgia. The metatarsals are affected. The bones that link the ankle bones to the toes are known as talus. They’re a prevalent cause of discomfort. When you’re standing, walking, or sprinting, your weight is supported by your metatarsals.

 

Related Conditions:
Foot pain

Morton’s neuroma

Symptoms Include:
Numbness | Pain | Walking problems

 

Morton’s neuroma is an inflamed or injured nerve in the foot. Treatments that you might attempt can often help to alleviate the symptoms.

Pins and needles

Symptoms Include:
Tingling | Numbness

 

A prickling, burning, tingling, or numbing feeling is known as pins and needles. It commonly manifests in the arms, legs, hands, and feet. It normally does not cause any discomfort. It can make you feel numb or itchy. Pins and needles are normally just transient, although they can endure a long period (chronic).

 

Related Conditions:
Raynaud’s

Pompholyx (dyshidrotic eczema)

Symptoms Include:
Itch | Pain | Blisters | Discharge

 

A kind of eczema is known as Pompholyx (dyshidrotic eczema). It causes little blisters to form on the fingers, palms of the hands, and occasionally the soles of the feet. If you have a blistering skin issue, you should see a doctor.

Warts and verrucas

Symptoms Include:
Skin lesions | Pain

 

Warts are tiny lumps on the skin that grow as a result of a viral infection. Verrucas are warts that appear on the bottom of the feet. Most people will develop warts at some point in their lives. They normally go away on their own, although it may take months or even years for them to do so.
Search other symptoms

Sole Conditions

STAY CONNECTED TO LEARN MORE ABOUT TREATMENTS
VISIT PURE MEDICAL GROUP’S SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES