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My Sole Hurts
Every morning when I wakeup my sole hurts and feel like puffy. By day the symptoms escape. What's the reason for that...
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
My mom's soles hurt after waking up or sitting for a long time. It's actually a heel pain. How to treat it?
Plantar fasciitis: She likely has a condition called plantar fasciitis which is a condition where there is inflammation of the Achilles tendon as it connects to the heel bone. It is very common. Unfortunately it can take a while to resolve. Best is to see a podiatrist. In the mean time some stretching of that area can help. ...Read more
Sole of my feets hurts when I get up in morning not alot of pain but mild pain then after 2-3 minutes it gone and then same thing repeats every mornin?
Plantar Fasciatis: Is the most likely cause.Get a more detailed answer ›
The soles of my feet hurt when I walk and eventually leads to pain up to my thighs. What's wrong?
Sciatica: The nerves in our lower extremity travel from our back where the divide and go down each limb. If your feet hurt your thighs may be symptomatic as well. ...Read more
Possible neuropathy: Neuropathy is a condition resulting from abnormal nerve function. Neuropathy can be due to certain vitamin deficiencies, nerve damage due to trauma, alcohol consumption, radiation, side effects of certain medications, or due to certain medical conditions such as diabetes. Treatment varies depending on the cause of the problem. Have it evaluated and appropriately treated. ...Read more
Heel pain: When you have pain at the heel, it could be from several causes. Most common is plantar fasciitis, other causes are stress fracture, nerve impingement, flexor hallus muscle belly inflammation, fat pad atrophy, systemic inflammatory disorders (anklosying spondolitis, reactive arthritis syndrome, etc). Hope that answers your question. ...Read more
Unclear whatis: Meant by "outside lining" but I would rule out peroneal tendonopathy, stress fracture of the 5th metatarsal. Sometimes in cases like this when there is no definitive diagnosis and an MRI is ordered the results reveal "bone marrow edema" which is not a fracture but often the step before a fracture. ...Read more
X-ray: You will need and x-ray to see if you have a fracture. If fractured, you will need to be immobilized with a splint, cast, or rigid walking boot depending on the location of the injury. You may need surgery if the fracture is not stable or is displaced. Have you physician determine which course of treatment is best for you. ...Read more
Get evaluated: This may be something you should have evaluated by your primary care physician or podiatrist. Discoloration can be caused by many things. ...Read more
Could be tendonitis:
If you are stiff in AM, this is hall mark for rheumatoid conditions which is from palantar fascitis, or and posterior tibial tendonitis.
causes are inflamatory. Uncontrolled, diabetes, gout and rheumatoid type conditions are the causes
Try avoiding cereals, and chiken and turkey meet may go away.
Been seeing for fifteen years, all treatable.
On occasin may need steroid shot. ...Read more
See a podiatrist: You need to be seen to determine problem & treatment. ...Read more
Overuse: There are many causes of bottom of the foot pain. You may be suffering from plantar fasciits, which affects middle age men and women. Many other causes of foot pain can be atttributed to structural and functional abnormalites affecting the foot such as metatarsalgia, neuroma's and stress fractures to name a few. Seek medical advice if your pain persists. Visit eastpennfoot. Com for more info. ...Read more
Not good: If you mean that you have stepped on a bone and part of it is in your foot, this will end up in infection and trouble so please get it checked to be removed. It might lead to infection and trouble ...Read more
Depends: Many things can cause pain to the top of the foot. If no trauma, or overuse activity, then shoe irritation (laces too tight or shoe too tight) is common cause. If better shoes, icing and anti inflammatories are not helpful, then an evaluation is recommended. Dr l. ...Read more
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