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I get pain in the arch or my foot or feet after marching band. What might be the cause of it? Are there any precautionsthat I need to take?

I get pain in the arch or my foot or feet after marching band. What might be the cause of it? Are there any precautionsthat I need to take?

Plantar Fasciitis: This is probably plantar fasciitis. Make sure you are using good supportive shoes. Otc soft orthotics can help. The other treatments would be cortisone injections, taping of the arch, and achilles tendon stretching. Try to avoid going barefoot. Custom orthotics are also available. ...Read more

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I cut my foot on a rusty rod and used peroxide on the cut later that night. If I keep using peroxide, antibiotic ointment, &band aids, can I get Tetanus?

I cut my foot on a rusty rod and used peroxide on the cut later that night. If I keep using peroxide, antibiotic ointment, &band aids, can I get Tetanus?

Maybe, maybe not: It only takes an opening in the skin and a few tetanus spores to begin the infectious process that may lead to tetanus. Your work to clean and sanitize the area is a great first step, and may protect you. However, tetanus is quite nasty and a simple booster provides protection for 10 years. If you can't remember your last tetanus shot, get one. You mav have received one around 10-12 years of age. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of numbness in the arch of my foot?

How do I get rid of numbness in the arch of my foot?

NCV: Get an evaluation which includes a nerve conduction velocity test. It tests your nerves of the lower extremity. Your problem can originate all the way up in your lower back. ...Read more

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How come I get pain in the arch of my foot when I wear flats?

How come I get pain in the arch of my foot when I wear flats?

Flat shoe pain: There may be a number of reasons to why you are getting pain in your feet. One of the most likely is that you are not getting enough arch support! This occurs when the shoegear (or lack there of) does not stabilize/support your foot joints. This allows you to overpronate and decrease your arch. You can help prevent and improve this pain with good tennis shoes and a podiatry referral. ...Read more

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Random pain in the arch of my foot. Should I get scholls or podiatrist supports?

Random pain in the arch of my foot. Should I get scholls or podiatrist supports?

Not Dr. Scholls: Custom foot orthotics are the most appropriate choice.
Dr. Scholls inserts do not provide any support. They mostly provide some cushioning without any support. Everybody has a different arch structure and custom orthotics would be ideal. ...Read more

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I get really sweaty feet and a really sore and very very itchy rash on the arch of my foot and it hurts to walk so much after.?

I get really sweaty feet and a really sore and very very itchy rash on the arch of my foot and it hurts to walk so much after.?

Fungus Among Us: Sweaty feet can sometimes be treated by using regular tea and soaking once one to two times a day for 2 weeks but with the rash is best to be evaluated by a podiatrist to make sure that rash is treated appropriately. A bacterial and fungal infection which happen frequently with your condition of hyperhidrosis (sweaty feet). ...Read more

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How do I get my foot arches back?

How do I get my foot arches back?

You never lost them: Arches are high or low naturally; they are stable or unstable. If unstable, they "flatten" too much and need to be controlled via orthotics and supportive shoegear. You're not going to re-create an arch, you're merely going to support/stabilize/control the arch you have. ...Read more

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Why do I get a slight pain in my foot arch when I stop running?

Why do I get a slight pain in my foot arch when I stop running?

Plantar fascia: Strain of the arch or plantar fascia may have occurred. Pain can be treated with ice but you may need to see a foot specialist for a biomechanical evaluation and orthotics. ...Read more

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I do not have diabetes. I have a wide constricting band that goes from the top of my foot and wraps all the way around the arch. Tight to ankles/ toes?

Band Aid.: From your description, you just feel a tightness as opposed to the skin being actually tight from edema. This sounds like a neuropathy or nerve entrapment limited to the foot area. Even possible low grade trauma (shoes) to the area. The best way to find out is to visit your Doctor for a referral to a neurologist. ...Read more

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When I wear regular tennis shoes, I get this stabbing pain in my foot. If I were to try no arch, is there a way to slowly wean my foot off of it?

When I wear regular tennis shoes, I get this stabbing pain in my foot. If I were to try no arch, is there a way to slowly wean my foot off of it?

It is a little: Difficult understanding what you are asking....slowly weaning your foot off of what? Where is your pain? What happens when you wear an arch? And when you don't? ...Read more