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Dr. Thomas Fiala
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Foot Pain (Overview)

Any abnormal sensation which occurs with normal use and function of the foot.


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What causes foot pain as I age, especially when I get up from sitting or out of bed?

What causes foot pain as I age, especially when I get up from sitting or out of bed?

Multiple reasons: A common complaint of patients with plantar fasciitis is morning pain when first stepping out of the bed. Arthritis pain can also be worse before getting "stretched" out in the morning. A long list of other things cause foot pain. ...Read more

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Dr. Thomas Fiala
6 doctors shared insights

Foot Pain (Overview)

Any abnormal sensation which occurs with normal use and function of the foot.


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Living with Ongoing Pain (Tip)

Living with Ongoing Pain

For heel and arch pain, try stretching your foot by rolling it over a rolling pin or a bottle. ...See more

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Treating Athlete's Foot (Checklist)

Dry well between the toes after your shower or bath
Daily
Wear white cotton socks, especially in the summer
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Try to avoid scratching
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See your podiatrist is symptoms persist or do not improve
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What doctors treat foot pain?

Pick one: All doctors can treat foot pain. I would recommend a podiatrist or orthopedist. ...Read more

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Joint pain (Tip)

Joint pain

When your feet hurt, you hurt all over...Always wear supportive shoes...Never go barefooted! ...See more

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Improving Foot Health (Checklist)

Inspect your feet daily
Daily
Dry well between the toes after shower or bath
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Avoid putting creams or ointments between your toes
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What's a simple, cheap treatment for my foot pain?

Inserts: Over the counter inserts are a good first step for generalized pain, as well as massage. ...Read more

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Neroma foot pain what is best treatment?

Neroma foot pain what is best treatment?

Few options: One to wear wide front shoes and metatarsal bar to left the pressure off the area. The second to use anti-inflammatory medication to try get a relief, or have injection of steroid in the area. The last option is to surgery to take off that neroma. ...Read more

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