There are 26 bones in the human foot, accounting for 1/4 of all the bones in your body.
Bunions afflict approximately 1.5%, or 4,400,000, Americans annually.
England's King Edward II declared that the diameter of one barleycorn would represent one shoe size. Today, shoe sizes are still based on this metric.
There are a number of factor that can contribute to bunion formation, including wearing high-heels or narrow-toed shoes, genetic factors, flat feet and arthritis.
Sprains are graded I-III based on the severity of damage to the ligament.
Chronic ankle pain can be a sign of a bone spur, torn ligament or other underlying condition that requires medical treatment.
The average person is back on his or her feet in less than two weeks. While activities may be limited, most people can walk within 12 days.
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