It could be your “sacroiliac.”
Sacroiliac joint problems are a common yet frequently overlooked cause of low back pain. In fact, 21% of patients who see a doctor with low back pain have a sacroiliac joint problem.
Tinea pedis, commonly known as Athlete’s Foot, is a fungal infection in the skin of the feet. Tinea is actually Latin for “worm,” and all varieties of tinea are collectively known as ringworm. The organisms that cause Athlete’s Foot are from the Fungus family, which includes yeasts, molds, and mushrooms.