Common injuries associated with the foot are Plantar Fasciitis, where the plantar fascia becomes irritated, ‘flat feet’, not always a painful condition but often affects the efficient function of the leg and is where the pyramid structure of the mid foot collapses.
Metatarsalgia is a commonly used term describing pain at the front of the foot so is a generic term rather than a true diagnosis.
Bunions are seen when the big toe joint becomes deformed leading to the big toe drifting across the line of the lesser toes.
Morton’s Neuroma is a painful condition caused by an irritation and subsequent enlargement of a nerve running between the metatarsals
Hallux Limitus which describes the loss of movement in the big toe. There are a number of underlying causes associated with this symptoms including arthritis and bone spurs.