Dehydration occurs when someone loses enough water to prevent the body from functioning properly. Severe dehydration can cause high potassium levels (hyperkalemia), which are dangerous if immediate treatment is not given. The medical term for a toothache is odontalgia. A person is considered to have a toothache whenever there is pain in or around a tooth. There are several reasons a person may experience a toothache. Cavities, gum disease, and an infection can all cause tooth pain. If you are suffering from a toothache resulting from an infection, there are some home remedies you can try to reduce the infection and the pain. Sometimes the doctorsmay use shots of anti-inflammatory drugs to attempt to stop theinflammation pain cycle. These do not cure the problem, buttreats the symptoms. If they can stop the inflammation, the riskof spurs is lessened. However, the foot structure that caused theproblem in the first place has not been changed, so once thedrugs wear off, the pain problem often comes right back So thefinal choices for resolution are strong shoes with lots ofcushion, perhaps arch supports and time. Modalities that can include the use of ultrasound, electrical stimulation, ice, cold laser and others to decrease pain and inflammation at the foot and tendon. Lateral subtalar dislocation — Because this often is caused by a traumatic, high-impact injury, the foot may be significantly swollen and deformed. There also may be an open wound with bruising and bleeding. Diagnosis If your child has flatfeet, his or her doctor will ask about any family history of flatfeet or inherited foot problems. In a person of any age, the doctor will ask about occupational and recreational activities, previous foot trauma or foot surgery and the type of shoes worn. In addition to wearing an orthotic, it is recommended to wear supportive shoes with some degree of built-in ‘motion control’. Treatment in adults generally consists of wearing spacious, comfortable shoes with good arch support. Your doctor may recommend padding for the heel (heel cup) or orthotic shoe devices, which are molded pieces of rubber, leather, metal, plastic, or other synthetic material that are inserted into a shoe. They balance the foot in a neutral position and cushion the foot from excessive pounding. Step back with one foot, keeping that legstraight at the knee, and both feet flat on the floor. Your feet should pointdirectly at the wall or slightly in toward the center of your body. Keep theknee of the leg nearest the wall centered over the ankle. Custom-made foot orthoses. Custom foot orthoses are not a covered benefit of the Kaiser Health Plan. However, custom foot orthoses are available through the Department of Foot and Ankle Surgery on a fee for service basis. Custom foot orthoses may be prescribed when symptoms are not eliminated with pre-fabricated orthoses or in older children and adolescents with significant foot alignment abnormality. The current fee is $275. The examination should begin by observing general limb alignment, foot progression angle, and the degree of bow leg or knock knee exhibited while the child is walking with the parent. On standing, the foot appears flat and the heel may show mild valgus Fig.1. According to a study out of India that surveyed 2300 children there is no correlation between sandals or bare feet and flat feet. On the contrary sandals and bare feet actually prevent flat feet or fallen arch, by making the intrinsic muscles of the foot work, thus strengthening the arch indirectly. Closed toed shoes can be attributed to the weakening of these muscles and predisposes a person to flat feet. These are some of the things that can be done to alleviate the effects of the complex. Anyone who has issues with their feet should immediately visit a specialist in order to ask for treatment or advice about their problem.