Browse foot terms that start with 'G' and view definitions.
Gait refers to a person’s natural manner of walking, running, sprinting, skipping and jogging — specifically, the pattern of movement of the limbs during those activities.
Gargalesis is a scientific term for a playful, heavy type of tickle that usually leads to laughter (like moving your fingers on the sole of someone’s foot)
Garra rufa fish, sometimes called doctor fish, are small, toothless carp used for natural exfoliation during fish pedicures and footbaths.
The gastrocnemius muscle is the strong muscle in the back of the leg that runs from just above the knee to the heel; it assists in running and jumping.
Glycerin (sometimes called glycerol) is an odorless, colorless, non-toxic sugar alcohol widely used in pharmaceutical formulations for its moisturizing properties
Glycerol (sometimes called glycerin) is a colorless, non-toxic sugar alcohol often used in pharmaceutical formulas for its moisturizing properties.
Glycolic acid is an organic alpha hydroxy acid found in many skin-care products. It can be synthetic or isolated from natural sources like pineapples and grapes.
Gout is recurrent attacks of acute inflammatory arthritis brought on by high uric acid levels caused by purines found in alcohol, meat and sugary drinks
Grounding is another term for earthing, which is walking barefoot on natural substances like grass, soil and sand. The body may benefit from earthing because the electrons present on the Earth’s surface have been said to decrease stress and increase overall wellness.