Foot problems are especially common in older people, for a variety of reasons. Feet lose cushioning as they age, and the skin and nails can grow dry and brittle. Many seniors have poor circulation, and this can slow the healing of foot sores.
When an edge of nail on any of the digits of your foot grows in a way that’s different from what’s usually expected into skin of a toe or the nail fold then onychocryptosis develops which could violate the skin’s honest and good human quality wholeness or completeness. Any infection of the feet caused by fungus too could cause painful sores and infection when appropriate appropriately-timed treatment is not followed. Any something that wasn’t built right in the foot like tips of the toe’s curling downwards alike claws hammer toe or extremely painful bony growth forming around the joint at the basal part of/amount of the hallux foot swelling could also have the same results when untreated.