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My foot sole hurts bad. What do I have to do?

My foot sole hurts bad. What do I have to do?

Pain Treatment.: Simple measures of treatment include resting (or staying off of) your feet, ice applications, anti-inflammatory medications such as Ibuprofen or naproxen, massages, and gentle stretches of the foot and ankle. Persistent pains require an evaluation by an appropriately trained provider such as a podiatrist, an orthopedic surgeon, or a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician. ...Read more

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Ankle hurts when i walk.Younger got foot in bike wheel.What can I do to stop pain so i can walk or do I have to have surgery? Tightens up n hurts bad.

Ankle hurts when i walk.Younger got foot in bike wheel.What can I do to stop pain so i can walk or do I have to have surgery? Tightens up n hurts bad.

Ankle: The right first thing to do is see your podiatrist for an evaluation , x rays and or mri. Then you will be guided as to what is best for you. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have nerve damage to my feet cause my back. Is there a disease that can affect your feet and ankels to hurt so bad where pain meds don't work. HELP?

I have nerve damage to my feet cause my back. Is there a disease that can affect your feet and ankels to hurt so bad where pain meds don't work. HELP?

There are literally: hundreds of reasons as to why a person might have a neuropathy. A systematic evaluation should be done. Be aware, that nearly 1/3 patients will have a neuropathy where a cause cannot be determined. ...Read more

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What would cause the balls on the bottom of your feet to hurt?

What would cause the balls on the bottom of your feet to hurt?

Foot pain: The ball of the foot can hurt caused by increased pressure. This can cause a neuroma or metatarsal pain. Typically tightness of the achilles contributes to this pain. I recommend stretching the achilles and wearing proper fitting shoes to see if that helps. If not consider seeing your podiatrist for a full work up. ...Read more