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Does Broken Foot Pain Feel Like Ache
Broken foot 4.5 mos ago. Xrays show no more fracture but I still have foot pain when it rains or in cold weather.
Plantar fasciitis: A common problem causing the bottom of the foot to hurt is plantar fasciitis where the fasciail band on the bottom of the foot becomes inflamed as a result of a pronated foot. When the foot pronates which is the path of least resistance for a foot the fascial band on the bottom of the foot goes on constant stretch and inflames see a podiatrist for custom orthotics and it will resolve. ...Read more
Ball of foot pain: Could be a neuroma or painful capsulitis. The pain in your leg is most likely because you are walking differently to compensate for the pain. See a podiatrist for a thorough examination, diagnosis, and treatment options. Over the counter shoe inserts may help with the pain (spenco, superfeet, or power step are the brands I like). ...Read more
Left foot pain intermittently for 2 1/2months in my mid foot around the 4th metatarsal. It's a deep aching feeling, sometimes sharp. Not relieved w RICE?
Meet Dr. Morton.: Rice, when used appropriately, can help to minimize the acuteness of an injury and speed the recovery process. It could be that your condition is not one of those conditions. A sometimes deep aching and sometimes sharp pain in the 4th metatarsal region is classic for a neurofibroma. Some more possibilities are also possible. This is easily verified by a foot specialist. Treatment can vary. ...Read more
Arch weakening: It is most likely due to fallen arches. Your feet feel tired because the muscles are fatigued and unable to hold your arch up. In turn you pronate your feet which applies tension to your tibial nerve causing numbness and pain as the nerve is over stretched. Need to wear arch supports to reduce symptoms. ...Read more
I am a 44 year old woman. I have had a lot of foot pain as well as upper back pain and sometimes I get numbness in my finger tips, frequent sore thoats?
Physical exam: Your symptoms require a comprehensive physical exam, testing, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
After radiation treatment for cancer im having real bad foot pain. I'm not diabetic but its really sore even if im off my foot the pain is the same. Could it be nerves? What should I do
I am experiencing foot pain, foot swelling, bursitis and foot redness. I have sore feet after a hard day of college classes is it my dress shoes I wr?
Do easiest first.: There is a whole host of possible reasons why you are experiencing foot pain and swelling. Without question, improperly fitting shoes is a distinct possibility and at the top of the list. Why not test your theory and stop wearing your dress shoes for a while. I have a feeling that relief is at hand. ...Read more
Broken foot, boot cast, muscle disease etc., body aches/hurts tired from top to bottom! How do I adjust ¬ get weaker etc. Why does upper body hurt?
If your not putting: Pressure on the foot then your body is not aligned properly and you end up exerting more energy and utilizing other body parts etc.... ...Read more
Went to new podiatrist re: foot pain. No Xray. He taped my feet. Got worse overnight. Now both feet sore and burning mostly in area betw toes and arch.
Who would be the person to diagnose my foot problem. I have foot pain near my toes and toes are sore. GP and surgeon have no idea, xray and mri normal?
Podiatrist or ortho: Usually either a podiatrist or orthopedic surgeon specializing in foot and ankle problems would be the specialists in diagnosing disorders of the foot and ankle. ...Read more
I have a broken foot and using cam walker w crutches not bearing weight. Going on week 6 and my foot is still sore and bruised. Boot somewhat heavy?
Keep wearing boot: Keep wearing the boot. Sometimes a break in the foot, depending on the bone, can take up to 3 to 6 months to heal. If you continue to have pain and swelling you may need another x-ray and possibly an mri. Sometimes trauma to the soft tissue can cause continued swelling which can be helped with a cortizone (hydrocortisone) injection, icing, or anti-inflammatories. ...Read more
When I get up from laying down my foot hurts really bad been 5 months since I had a matersal foot fracture?
Many possibilities: Your pain could be as a result of many different things. A thorough history and physical exam and possibly some laboratory and radiology exams are needed to determine the exact cause. Causes of pain may include: trauma (fracture, sprain, arthritis), infection, musculoskeletal or biomechanical abnormality and neurologic conditions (neuropathy). ...Read more
Hurt right foot almost 5 weeks ago Rock climbing, put too much pressure on foot, been hurting sense, not foot fracture, tingling, pain in foot/ankle.?
There are a number of possibilities. If you are still
Having trouble, you might want to follow up with an orthopedic surgeon for an exam and further studies. A stress fracture is just one possibility, and it often does not show up on an initial X-ray. A neuroma is another possibility. A detailed exam would give a good indication of the most likely cause. ...Read more
My feet hurt most of the time; it feels like I'm always standing on something hard in the middle of my foot. Myheel hurts and is sore in the morning. What should I do?
Plantar fasciitis: It hurts especially when arising from bed or out of a sitting position. It won't usually be cured until you receive some treatment form a physician. In the meantime, ice it, wear supportive footgear at all times and take some anti-inflammatory medication if you can tolerate it and it is safe for you. ...Read more
See podiatrist: A lot of reasons explain why your foot aches - ranging from shoes that don't fit to problems with the ligaments of your foot. Make an appointment to see a podiatrist - find the answer and the treatment. ...Read more
Pain in foot, worse with use. Had for months. Not improving Sharp pain if side outside of foot pressed. Aching all time now. What could be wrong?
Needs evaluation: I have found that there is usually a primary location of injury/inflammation. Many times we will favor the area and shift our weight. It seems that the outside of the foot ends up bearing weight causing pain there. I am imagining your primary pain to be near the ball of the foot. This can be the result a stress fracture or even perhaps a Morton's neuroma. The squeezing pain points to neuroma ...Read more
Good shoes may help: Working in a factory suggests you are on your feet for many hours of the day. The feet take/joints/knees take quite a beating, especially if you are heavy. So, proper fitting/comfortable shoes may help quite abit, so don't skimp on this necessity. Take a short break here/there when u can. Lose wt if u r heavy. Eat well/sleep well--healthier body copes better. Consult doc if persistent. Good luck. ...Read more
Nerve perhaps: What u describe may indicate that there is pressure on the nerve going to your foot behind the knee (commonly baker's cyst) or a sign that you are suffering from sciatica where straithtening the knee results in stretching of the nerve to the foot. Some muscle conditions of the gastronemius/calf can cause pain in foot. See doc is it persists or worsens. Blood clot could also cause this. ...Read more
I don't know: If you have flatfeet or ones that pronate, if you do a cushioned arch support may help. It won't do anything for your boobs but may help the sore feet. ...Read more
My right heal on my right foot hurts. Not a throbbing hurt when I walk. I massage it. Feels more like an ache. Why?
Many possibilities: Heel pain is most often caused by plantar fasciitis, a condition that is sometimes also called heel spur syndrome when a spur is present. Heel pain may also be due to other causes, such as, infection, tendonitis, arthritis, stress fracture, nerve irritation, retained foreign body, bone tumor, or a cyst. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Arthritis pain: Increases with rapid drops in barometric pressure (a cold front). ...Read more
My outer right foot hurts when I walk on it. I did a 4 mile race on Saturday. Yesterday it hurt so bad to walk on it and still is sore today. What to do?
With such a sudden -:
Onset of pain, like you mention, the chances of it being a stress Fx would be extremely high.
So go and see your PCP to get an Xray, or an Foot Doc. At times the Xr's are negative, then a Bone scan might be needed.
In the meantime, restrict all activities, to reduce symptoms and not making the problem worse. Take Aleve (naproxen) or Motrim.
Good Luck. ...Read more
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