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What can I do relieve pain heel on bottom foot?

What can I do relieve pain heel on bottom foot?

Shoes!: Never walk around barefooted or with slippers. You need arch support and likely inserts for your other shoes that are good for plantar fasciitis. ...Read more

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Dr. M. Hytham Beck
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Heel Pain (Definition)

Is most commonly caused by an inflammation of the plantar fascia (plantar fasciitis), but by no means is it the only cause. There are many, many things that can cause your heel to hurt, and the only way to find out which one it is is to visit a podiatrist or orthopedist. A good history and physical together with x-rays and sometimes an MRI ...Read more


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Which is a good treatment for a sore heel on bottom of foot?

Which is a good treatment for a sore heel on bottom of foot?

Depends: What type of problem is it. It could be plantar fasciitis or just a sore heel. See a podiatrist try using a gel heel cup. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about the best treatment for a sore heel on bottom of foot?

Can you tell me about the best treatment for a sore heel on bottom of foot?

Sore: As dr kass said - is there a sore present or is the heel sore . Two divergent forms of treatment here - we need a lot more info to help ...Read more

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I have tried new orthotics (temporary), but I get burning on the bottom of my feet. Because of heel pain, I can't go back to the old ones. Plz advise.

Further examination.: It sounds like you need to see a Podiatrist so you can get to the bottom of your problem. There are a lot of questions that need to be asked if it is "heel pain" or plantar fasciitis. Add stretching, ice at night and keep shoes on. If no better, see a Podiatrist. Here is some one you can see,,,,, http://www.drsubotnick.com/ Good luck. ...Read more

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Pain in the back of my heel when i walk. Had plantar fasciitis before but that pain was bottom of the foot heel pain. This is in the back of my heel?

Compensation..: It sounds like you may be compensating for the fasciitis problem by lifting your heel. This lifting could be causing the Achilles tendon pain. You need to have your foot evaluated for a mechanical solution. ...Read more

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Hit on right heel by shopping cart foot bent under cart heard a pop in my plantar fascia now pain bottom of foot & Achilles tendon what to do?

Hit on right heel by shopping cart foot bent under cart heard a pop in my plantar fascia now pain bottom of foot & Achilles tendon what to do?

Start Now.: By the sound of it, likely a fascia injury and possibly some involvement with the Achilles tendon. These are initially treated in the RICE fashion.(rest, ice, compression and elevation) This will help with the swelling and pain. Avoid bearing weight on the foot until it can be examined and the true extent of the injury can be determined. Use Crutches until you can see a foot and ankle specialist. ...Read more

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What causes pain in bottom of foot between front ball to the heel like something shredding muscle or nerve?

What causes pain in bottom of foot between front ball to the heel like something shredding muscle or nerve?

Plantar fasciitis: Plantar fasciitis which is pretty much what you said - a stretching and tearing of the fibers that form the ligament that runs between your toes and your heel. Often triggered by new shoes or new activity. Needs a good arch support. Gradual resolution is the norm. See doc if not improving. ...Read more

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Pain in the bottom of my foot especially near the heel. Hurts to walk or stand. Really bad in the morning and really bad near the end of the day

Pain in the bottom of my foot especially near the heel. Hurts to walk or stand. Really bad in the morning and really bad near the end of the day

Heel spur/fasciitis: You probably have plantar fasciitis or a heel spur. What you are describing is classic symptoms of both. You should look up plantar fasciitis treatments on line and follow the instructions that pertain to icing, stretching, shoe changes (if necessary), and you may end up having to see a foot specialist. This may take a few months to resolve. ...Read more

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