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Main Cause Of Pain After Wearing Heels
Where: Where are you having pain after wearing heels? Common sites include the ball of the foot, bottom of the heel and the back of the heel. What is the quality of the pain and does anything make it better or worse? More information will help provide better feedback as treatment is different. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low heel shoe: Birkenstock sandals usually have low heel cushion meaning your heel is closer to the ground. As a result, there is tension on your achilles tendon. If you normally wear dress shoes or heels then it will really be tight due to the achilles tendon being shortened and contracted. Important to remember to stretch your calf muscles. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would cause pain and numbness of the left arm and leg, swelling of the left ankle and foot, during periods only?
Cause of intermittent pulsating sensation on top of foot? No trauma to the feet, no pain. May back/spine contribute? Sensation felt only when sitting.
Under Pressure.: Intermittent pulsating on top of foot sounds as though you are describing blood, under pressure, flowing through an artery. The specified location could possibly include the dorsalis pedis artery. The pulsing may or may not be affected by the act of sitting as opposed to standing. To remove all doubt, an evaluation by a number of specialist could help resolve your concerns. ...Read more
Pain on inner, top of foot. Distance runner. Can still run but pain is always there and increases after long runs. Severe when standing certain way?
Overuse issues: If you have not already seen a Podiatrist, I would....You just may need more support. Have you tried different shoes? If you let it go too far, it may interfere more significantly by causing you to favor your foot...then hurt something else that could be a bigger deal... ...Read more
Many: Or nothing see a good rheumatologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
What causes ball of foot pain and soreness running along the top of the foot? Ill-fitting shoes? Overuse? Sleeping w/feet tucked under covers?
Now there is pain on the bottom of the left foot between the toes and arch after weight bearing a short time. I have flat feet and wear orthotics.
My daughter at the age of 17 and suffering from heel pain in her left leg which increases when wearing shoes . What could be the cause of this pain?
Severe pain at back in between scapula without swelling?What are the causes? Im diabetic and mostly this type of pain happen during winter season ?
Wearing gel arch supports. But the pain still persistent in both feet just below the ball of the foot. Can this pain be caused by t7 disc degeneration?
No: The nerves lower down can affect the feet but not t7, it is entirely possible your gel supports are not giving adequate support. There are a few "prefabricated" orthotics i recommend but most sold in pharmacies I am not a fan of. Spenco, is an adequate one. Also! just a gel cushion may not be enough, oftentimes we recommend multiple treatments i.E icing, stretching, antiinflammatories all at once. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can wearing tight fitting shoes over a period of time cause nerve damage in your feet or what is called peripheral neuropathy?
Tight fitting shoes : May impede circulation or put pressure on certain nerves in the foot which can add to the effect of neuropathy or cause numbness by itself . Nerves need blood supply to work well and that includes blood flowing in and out of the foot ( or anywhere in the body) tight pressure on sensitive nerves in the ankle or between the toes can also cause nerve compression or neuroma formation giving numbness. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Perhaps lower back: Nerve pain typically is a burning sensation. The fact that the symptoms are in both feet may suggest root irritation ion the lower back. Another thing to consider is a tight achilles tendon causes shin splints and can cause tendinitis in the top of the foot or ankle. ...Read more
Etoshine: Probably not as it is an anti inflammatory medication . See the doctor that recommended it for an evaluation. ...Read more
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