Foot arthritis may develop symptoms similar to any other joint affected by arthritis. The symptoms may vary depending on the joint of the foot affected. They can range from minimal to very severe and painful, since there are 30 joints and 28 bones in the foot. Symptoms for foot arthritis typically include pain, swelling, stiffness, and difficulty walking. Regardless of the type, this type of�
This article provides a brief overview of ankle osteoarthritis and what sets it apart from osteoarthritis of the hip and knee.
Research shows that post-traumatic arthritis of the ankle can begin to develop after a variety of different types of ankle fractures. If a person injures the fibula, tibia, tibial plafond (the �roof� that is covering the talus) or the talus itself, post-traumatic�