Might sound hard to you, but it only takes practice. Remember the first time you road your bicycle down the street to about the mid-point of the avenue and then turned around? Eventually, you were able to go all the way to the end of the street and then one day you found yourself going all the way to your friend’s house across town, right? That’s what I am here to do with you. Instead of just stopping once you’ve taken a few baby steps, I am here to show you how you can go all the way. Shoe inserts such as the commonly know Dr. Scholl's shoe inserts have been proven to be the most common way for most people to relieve foot pain in all demographics. They work by reducing and balancing stress across the entire foot instead of being concentrated on the heel. The heels are also stabilized by the use of supports and inserts that help to cradle the heel and cushion it against the shock of walking and running. Dry skin precipitates cracks/deep fissures with hard edges in sensory loss patients can lead to skin breakage and diabetic foot infections most commonly in heels,application of moisturizing cream /lotion can solve this problem HEEL PAIN. The lack of support while wearing flip flops often lead to heel pain. This is most commonly caused by excessive pull of the plantar fascia on the bottom of the foot The plantar fascia is a soft tissue structure which is partially responsible for helping to maintain the arch. If there is lack of support to the shoe, the fascia undergoes excessive pull which creates inflammation and pain where it inserts on the heel. Any unilateral foot swelling with redness in skin ,increased warmth over swelling,pain over swelling,skin discoloration over swelling should be consulted with your foot doctor for emergency treatment Bunions - A bunion is when the tip of your big toe points toward your second toe causing a bump on the inside of your foot Bunions can be caused by a person's inherent foot mechanics and is often inherited. It is important to seek medical help as early as possible if you have a bunion to prevent it from getting worse and requiring surgical correction. Weight and Feet - With an ever increasing incidence of obesity in the US population, a link has been discovered between foot pathology and weight. The more you weigh the greater incidence of developing diabetes, plantar fasciitis, and osteoarthritis. If you are unsure of your foot type or which type of shoe is best for you, seek the advice of a qualified health professional. There are numerous running shoe stores that are available to assist you in properly selecting a shoe, as well. Back pain may result from myriad issues. If your back pain doesn't resolve three weeks after you've changed shoes, seek professional help. You want to ensure your back pain isn't a result of some other factor. Diabetic foot -common mistakes made by diabetic patients which can cost them their own foot(essentials that every diabetic patients should know to avoid diabetic foot infections) People with plantar fasciitis commonly complain of pain at the bottom of the heel, which can be worse during the morning after getting out of bed but may eventually improve after a few minutes of walking. Redness and swelling may occur if the fascia is partially or totally torn. Some other symptoms that you might encounter are having a difficult time wearing your shoes especially around your ankle. Ankle sprains and stiffness to the foot are common symptoms that you might experience in due course. If you are having severe pes cavus, problems such as calf pain, knee pain and hip pain will probably occur to you.