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Heels Hurt At Night Can Shoes Cause Tunnel Syndrome
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
Will jogging/ running regularly create knee joint problems at a later stage..I getter finger numbness at night when i sleep could this be related?
Maybe: Some people can run forever without problems others not so much if the knee is good to begin with then running ok if not pick something with less impact like walking fast or elliptical trainer the finger numbness thing is most likely carpal tunnel syndrome form what little data that is available. ...Read more
Unusual: Besides what was mentioned, make sure that 1. It really is carpal tunnel 2, there are no other illness such as inflammatory disorders, rheumatoid, lyme etc 3, there are no endocrine or metabolic issues such as thyroid disease or diabetes etc 4. Some inborn problems with nerves and fat deposition talk to your pediatrician and then see an hand surgeon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If U R a back sleep-: -er, it could B the weight of the covers on the tip of the toes, or if U R a stomach sleeper. This can cause some numbness on the tips of the toes. This is not the case if it's the entire toe. Otherwise i have no explanation 4 U. ...Read more
Can knee/ leg pain be caused by suddenly switching to wearing flat shoes after wearing high heels/wedge shoes daily for 10+ years? What can help?
Yes: You need to be evaluated to make sure you don't have a tight posterior muscle group. Then, your arch heigh should be looked at and if your arch lowers dynamically during ambulating. ...Read more
Yes: If they don't fit properly or fail to give you proper support. ...Read more
Can you have plantar fasciitis achilles tendonitis sesamoiditis all at once or can one of those conditions cause pain everywhere on foot will MRI show?
Three's a crowd...: You certainly can have all three conditions at the same time. An experienced clinician would be able to determine the diagnosis without an MRI. An MRI would be helpful in demonstrating the tissue's reaction to the to the inflammatory condition. Consult with your Healthtap specialist for further understanding. ...Read more
Not Usually swelling: Carpal tunnel syndrome can cause pain, numbness, and tingling in your fingers and palm, but it does not typically cause them to swell. This swelling may be a result of inflammation or circulatory issues in the fingers themselves, whereas carpal tunnel is caused by inflammation of the median nerve that runs through your wrist. If your fingers continue to swell, see your primary care physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sleep apnea: Sleep apnea, which is shallow breathing, alternating with awakening and gasping for air, can be associated with conditions such as restless leg syndrome. People with sleep apnea often have risk factors for diseases of the arteries, like peripheral arterial disease. Either way, you should have a thorough history and physical examination, by your doctor, to get you started on treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When i wear running sneakers or high vamped shoes my feet fall asleep. My shoes are not too tight but my entire foot falls asleep. What causes this.
Squeezing Sneakers: When the entire foot falls asleep this typically is a result of lack of blood flow which in turn starves the nerves and tissues of much needed nutrients and oxygen. When blood flow returns, the nerves awake in a flurry of activity and send mixed messages, hence the tingling. Direct nerve compression gives a local numbness to a specific area. Check for vascular or nerve compression at the ankle. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It can cause: A contracted achilles' tendon and knee problems. ...Read more
Pain at heel, ankle, PTT, peroneal that move around according to different shoes I wear. Problem on both feet. Pain after 15 minutes of walk.Any idea?
Fasciitis& numb toes: Plantar fasciitis (inflammation of the ligament w/c originates from the calcaneus & attaches to the met heads in the plantar aspect of the foot) is a common cause of heel pain, but not likely to cause toes to go numb. What could cause toe numbness is impingement of the post tibial n. As it innervates the sole of the foot (if bilateral, suspect a systemic condition i.e. Neuropathy). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
High arch, extreme pain outer-edge of foot. Sometimes wakes me up at night. Arch supports only temporary relief. Is there something else i can do?
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