Treatment for Spinal Compression Fractures
From medicine to surgery, learn about treatments for spinal compression fractures here.
Knee Pain Overview
Knee pain is one of the most common complaints heard by doctors. Learn all about knee pain, including what you can do for yours.
Chiropractic Care for Back Pain
Learn more about a chiropractor's role in treating back pain.
WebMD investigates possible causes of joint pain and how to treat it, both at home and with medications under a doctor’s supervision.
Picture of the Armpit
WebMD discusess the anatomy of the armpit. Find a detailed diagram and information about the function of the parts of the armpit.
Picture of the Feet
WebMD's Feet Anatomy Page provides a detailed image and definition of the parts of the feet and explains their function.
Picture of the Knee
WebMD's Knee Anatomy Page provides a detailed image and definition of the knee and its parts including ligaments, bones, and muscles.
Picture of the Shoulder
WebMD's Shoulder Anatomy Page provides an image of the parts of the shoulder and describes its function, shoulder problems, and more.
Capsaicin - Preparing For Your Appointment
A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Postoperative Problems.
Swelling - Topic Overview
What are hammer, claw, and mallet toes?Hammer, claw, and mallet toes are toes that are bent into an odd position. They may look strange or may hurt, or both. These toe problems almost always happen in the four smaller toes, not the big toe. A hammer toe bends down toward the floor at the middle toe joint. This causes the middle toe joint to rise up. It usually affects the second toe. Hammer toes often occur with bunions. Claw toe often affects the four smaller toes at the same time. The toes bend up at the joint where the toes and the foot meet. They bend down at the middle joints and at the joints nearest the tip of the toes. This causes the toes to curl down toward the floor. A mallet toe bends down at the joint closest to the tip of the toe. It often affects the second toe, but it may happen in the other toes too. If you notice that your toe looks odd or hurts, talk to your doctor. You may be able to fix your toe with home treatment. If you don't treat the problem right away, you