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Doctor insights on: Kinko Foot Pads

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How to tell if kinoki foot pads really work?

How to tell if kinoki foot pads really work?

They don't: While there is no doubt there are substances that are toxic to the body, the odds that some magical pad recognizes them and sucks them out of the feet, right through the skin, are slim to none. A healthy diet, high in antioxidants combined with reasonable hydration is your best bet. ...Read more

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Are the toxin removing foot pads safe to use?

Are the toxin removing foot pads safe to use?

I see no harm: But i know of no scientific study that can back up their claims. ...Read more

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How do foot detox pads work?

How do  foot detox pads work?

They don't: This s a wives tale, the pad will turn color but it will not detox you. ...Read more

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My girlfriend has tiny hole-like hard skin on her heels and on the pad of her feet, What could this be?

My girlfriend has tiny hole-like hard skin on her heels and on the pad of her feet, What could this be?

Hard to say : Without actually seeing. It could be an ulcer as that by definition is a hole. A wart could be in the differential diagnosis as could pityriasis rubra pilaris ...Read more

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What would cause a feeling of heat on pad of foot?

What would cause a feeling of heat on pad of foot?

The heat is on!: Sometimes when you have ball of the foot pain it can be due to arthritis, decreased fat pad, or even nerve pain and much more. If the pain continues or elevates you should see a podiatrist. ...Read more

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I'm experiencing a swelling under my right foot , as if a pad is added under the foot, with no pain, what could be the cause?

I'm experiencing a swelling under my right foot , as if a pad is added  under the foot, with no pain, what could be the cause?

Swelling: Depending on were the swelling is located. You might just have a type of overuse injury. When this occurs it can be normal to have increased swelling/edema to the portion of your foot that might have the pathology. If you can elevate your foot, use ice, and nsaids with food to help decrease the swelling. If the swelling persists with pain ask for a podiatry referral. ...Read more