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walking on rocks feeling in both feet

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Dr. Howard Fox
42 years experience Podiatry
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Dr. Payam Rafat
22 years experience Podiatry
Many possibilities: Some causes of “knots” may include: bony overgrowths, soft tissue masses, ganglions, fibromas, cysts, and infection. Have it evaluated by a professio ... Read More

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A 51-year-old male asked:
Dr. Ronald Oberman
31 years experience Podiatry
Many possiblities.: Wear supportive shoe wear. May need orthotics but if this is persistant have it checked out by a podiatrist, if there is swelling have it checked out ... Read More
Dr. Alan Ettinger
49 years experience Podiatry
Stress injury: You could have a stress fracture or tendonitis. Get checked by your podiatrist so you can continue walking.
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Dr. David Tobin
38 years experience Podiatry
Arthritis: Check shoes for fit and support see a podiatrist for evaluation.
A 49-year-old female asked:
Dr. Howard Fox
42 years experience Podiatry
You : You are describing post-static dyskinesia. (post = after; status = rest; dyskinesia = pain; thus, "pain after rest") without knowing exactly what pa ... Read More
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A 41-year-old female asked:
Dr. Milton Alvis, jr
41 years experience Preventive Medicine
Myasthenia gravis?: Osteoporosis (blood Ca does not correlate) is typically a result of both: (a) limited activity combined with (b) poor calcium absorption & deposit ... Read More
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Dr. Katharine Cox
45 years experience Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Turned out feet: Have your doctor determine the cause. It may be caused by the hips more so than abnormal feet. Once the cause has been determined, it will guide you o ... Read More
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A 49-year-old female asked:
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
28 years experience Podiatry
There are many: Biomechanical reasons a foot can turn in and it can come from an inherent problem in the foot (metatarsal adductus) to a problem in the leg (internal ... Read More
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A 35-year-old female asked:
Dr. Ravinder Nagpaul
37 years experience Internal Medicine
See a neurologist: see a neurologist to R/O any spinal cord or spinal canal disorder
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A 27-year-old male asked:
Dr. Robert Kneece
Specializes in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Where on feet: I see alot of people that have problems wearing the steel toe safety boots on concrete floor all day long.Is it the bottom of feet that can be caused ... Read More
A 27-year-old female asked:
Dr. Joseph Shen
31 years experience Cardiac Electrophysiology
Plantar fasciitis &: Achilles tendonitis bone bruises bone spurs (enthesis) overpronation haglund’s deformity sever’s disease (seen in children) stress fractures t ... Read More
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A 31-year-old female asked:
Dr. Kelvin Barry
17 years experience Podiatry
DEpends on where: Where does it happen? It can be a tendinitis or plantar fasciitis. It could be nerve impingement or inflammation
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