This could be a side effect of diuretic medication, which aims to reduce excess fluid in the body. Might be a sign of: Heart failure , kidney disease, liver disease or a blood clot Painless swelling in the feet is basically gravity in action. If your heart, liver or kidneys aren't working properly, you'll have excess fluid in the body that leaks into your tissues and drains down into the feet. Arising from the base of the fifth metatarsal, flexor digiti minimi is inserted together with abductor on the first phalanx.
Insufficient hydration can mean that the muscles are not getting enough oxygen and that there is a lack or imbalance of electrolytes or nutrients, especially sodium, calcium , potassium , or magnesium. Pronation Main article: Pronation of the foot In anatomy, pronation is a rotational movement of the forearm at the radioulnar joint or foot at the subtalar and talocalcaneonavicular joints. Are my feet killing me? Be careful with the clippers.