Chilblains are a common problem of the toes in colder climates. They are due to an overreaction of the small blood vessels to the changes in temperature. They result initially in small painful itchy lesions of a reddish colour that turns into a dark bluish. Useful resources: https://croydonfoot.com/chilblains-season-is-here/ https://www.itsafootcaptain.com/beetroot-juice-for-chilblains-say-what/ http://podchatlive.com/episode-80-chilblains/ http://podiatryarena.com/index.php?tags/chilblains/ https://podiapaedia.org/wiki/peripheral-vascular-disease/chilblains/treatment-of-chilblains/ https://www.footstore.com.au/browse-for-products-by-condition/chilblains/
One of the more effective ways of treating a plantar plate tear is to use taping or strapping to prevent dorsiflexion. This does need to be used for an extended period of time to allow for the plantar plate to heel. For more, see: How to tape a plantar plate tear
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