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  • Biofreeze Pain Relieving Gel
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Biofreeze pain relieving gel offers temporary, cooling relief of minor aches and pains.

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  • Biofreeze pain relieving gel gives you the cold therapy of ice without the hassle. Simply massage the gel into the affected area and let the icy, cool relief begin. Also, unlike icing an area, Biofreeze allows the blood to keep flowing while it's working, so your body continues to naturally heal and recover.
  • Heel Fracture

    Fractures of the heel bone, or calcaneus, can be disabling injuries. These injuries most often occur during high-energy collisions—such as a fall from height or a motor vehicle crash—and they may result in long-term foot health problems.

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    Synovitis Ankle

    Ankle Synovitis is an injury to the synovial membrane in the ankle that causes pain and swelling and can result in a blockage of nutrients to the surrounding surfaces.

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    Ankle Instability

    Chronic ankle instability usually develops following an ankle sprain that has not adequately healed or was not rehabilitated completely.

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    Foot Fracture - Cuboid

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    Achilles Tendonitis, Bursitis

    Bursitis, or Achilles tendonitis is an inflammation of the Achilles tendon. This inflammation is typically short-lived. Over time the condition can progress to a degeneration of the tendon (Achilles tendinosis), in which the tendon loses its organized structure and is likely to develop microscopic tears causing further foot and ankle pain.

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    Achilles Tendonitis

    Achilles tendonitis is an inflammation of the Achilles tendon. This inflammation is typically short-lived. Over time the condition can progress to a degeneration of the tendon (Achilles tendinosis), in which the tendon loses its organized structure and is likely to develop microscopic tears causing further foot and ankle pain.

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    Tight Heel Cord, Toe Walking

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    Ankle Arthritis (DJD)

    This condition is characterized by the breakdown and eventual loss of cartilage in one or more joints. When cartilage deteriorates or is lost, even simple daily movement of the ankle becomes painful.

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    Ankle Scar Tissue (Impingement)

    This painful condition can affect the front or the back of the ankle, leading to ongoing ankle pain, limited range of motion and possibly even bone spurs and other complications.

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    Cartilage Lesion (OCD)

    This condition develops when blood supply to the area at the end of your bone is cut off. It is most likely to occur in older children, teenagers and young adults active in sports.

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    Ankle Sprain

    If you frequently experience the sensation that your ankle will "give out," then you may have ankle instability due to a sprained ankle.

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    Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction

    PTTD is the painful irritation and weakening of the key tendon that connects to the inside edge of the foot at the arch.

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    Peroneal Tendonitis/Tear

    Tendon injuries to the foot and ankle can elevate until the tendon tears or ruptures.

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    Tarsal Tunnel

    Pain, numbness, burning and electrical sensations may occur along the course of the nerve, which includes the inside of the ankle, heel, arch and bottom of foot.

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    Plantar Fasciitis

    Heel pain is most often caused by plantar fasciitis--an inflammation of the band of tissue (the plantar fascia) that extends from the heel to the toes.

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    Midfoot Arthritis (DJD)

    This condition is characterized by the breakdown and eventual loss of cartilage in one or more joints. When cartilage deteriorates or is lost, even simple daily activities become painful.

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    Big Toe Arthritis (Hallux Rigidus)

    Big toe arthritis is a major cause of big toe pain and stiffness, and with time it gets increasingly harder to bend the toe until eventually the toe becomes rigid.

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    Shin Splints

    A dull pain along the fronts of your lower legs during or after exercise can signal a common and treatable condition known as shin splints.

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