Foot and Ankle Problems in Adults
Morton’s neuroma is caused by compression of the nerves that run through the toes and usually occurs in 3-4 of the metatarsal bones. It causes complaints of pain and numbness such as cramps and stabbing in the fingers.
The most common disorder of the big toe is hallux valgus. Hallux valgus, one of the most common foot deformities, causes the big toe to turn outward and swell.
Ankle Joint Calcification
Ankle joint calcification can occur due to osteoarthritis and arthrosis, rheumatoid arthritis or post-traumatic arthrosis. Ankle joint calcification is treated with treatment, non-surgical treatment methods or surgery.
Ankle prosthesis is an advanced treatment method applied in the treatment of advanced ankle calcification. With the ankle prosthesis, it is aimed to eliminate the complaints of the patients such as pain and limitation of movement.
Flatfoot in Adults
Generally, Flat feet is a congenital disorder, but it can also occur in adulthood due to rheumatic diseases, wrong shoe selection or obesity.
Foot pressure disorders can cause problems in the structure of the spine, especially in childhood, as well as pain in the knee, waist, hip and back region.