Health Tip: Dealing With Foot Arthritis
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When to see a doctor
By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Just about everyone has occasional foot pain, but persistent symptoms may signal foot arthritis.
The American Podiatric Medical Association suggests seeing a doctor about:
- Having swelling that affects one or more joints.
- Having ongoing tenderness or pain in a joint.
- Having a joint that feels hot or is red.
- Being unable to move a joint.
- Having a growth, rash or other changes in the skin.
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