A discussion of what causes sesamoiditis, and how is it treated.

Sesamoiditis is a painful condition involving inflammation of one or both of the sesamoid bones, which are located under the big toe joint. These small egg shaped bones can become chronically inflamed and irritated, and can cause sharp pain or a dull ache under the big toe joint.

Dr. Kilberg is a foot and ankle specialist who practices medicine and surgery involving all parts of the foot, ankle, and associated lower leg. He is with Indiana Podiatry Group, practicing with Dr. Karl Fulkert and Dr. Scott Schulman, treating adults and children. He offers treatment for many foot conditions, including heel pain, bunions, hammertoes, flat feet, and nail disease, and provides the community with orthotics, ankle braces, and diabetic shoes. His patients come from a diverse geography, including greater Indianapolis, Noblesville, Fishers, Carmel, Westfield, Fortville, Lawrence, Sheridan, Pendleton, Lapel, McCordsville, and Cicero Indiana. Feel free to read about foot and ankle conditions in his Learning Library, or look through his numerous blogs, videos, and articles for more information.
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