Everydayhealth.com suggests trying these strategies to better manage arthritis in your feet:


Consider Surgery


Foot surgery can be helpful, but it’s not a cure-all, Frisch says. “Sometimes problems can recur despite surgery,” he explains. “Surgery should always be a last resort — when your pain is limiting your lifestyle and choice of activities.” The right procedure for you depends on the type of arthritis you have, where it is located, and the impact it has on your joints. “There are two broad categories for foot surgery: joint fusions and joint replacements,” Frisch says. “If the problem is too much movement, you fuse it, and if there’s not enough, you try to mobilize it.”