Kohler’s disease is a rare condition that causes the bones in the arch of the foot to become inflamed. Avascular necrosis is also sometimes incorporated with Kohler’s disease, leading to a lack of blood supply to the bones, leading to its breakdown and hardening. Thus, pain and swelling will occur.
How did this happen?
- Delayed bone formation
What should I do?
- Rest the affected foot
- Anti-inflammatory drugs can be taken to reduce pain and inflammation
- Seek help from a podiatrist
What kind of help can I get?
- Medical insoles can be prescribed
- A cam walker can be used
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