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What could cause pain in heels when I run?

What could cause pain in heels when I run?

Plantar fascitiis: Put an arch support in your sneaker. ...Read more

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What to do if I have pain in heels when I run- help?

What to do if I have pain in heels when I run- help?

Get evaluated: If pain persists get an evaluation by a local Podiatrist. You need to start a stretching exercises. Also physical therapy and custom orthotics might be in order. ...Read more

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I have shock like pain in heel with each step, what to do?

See a podiatrist: You may have plantar fasciitis or a nerve entrapment.
Need to seek out treatment.
Try ice, and stretching until you see a doctor. ...Read more

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I have pain in heel bit its not the whole heel is just on the left side?

Plantar Fascitis: An inflammation of the bottom of the foot where it inserts into the heel, you are on motrin, so ice the foot and see your doctor. Also see if your shoes are worn as this can cause the problem, . ...Read more

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Is pain in heels of feet another symptom of MS?

Is pain in heels of feet another symptom of MS?

Not usually: Pain is rather a frequent problem in MS, but heel pain would not be typical, unless there is an accompanying leg weakness and spasticity, which would cause abnormal gait, and secondary plantar fasciitis. Would definitely seek out opinion of podiatrist, as a simple orthotic would likely help dramatically. ...Read more

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I'm addressing my pain from heel spurs. What should I do?

I'm addressing my pain from heel spurs. What should I do?

Most commonly: The pain from a heel spur is actually plantar fasciitis. Have it examined and treated by a podiatrist. Until then, were supportive shoes at all times, avoid barefoot, especially on hard floors; ice massage the area for 15 minutes or so per hour. Stretching exercises--bend the ankle and toes up--"toes to the nose" so to speak. Its a start. ...Read more

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Why do I have pain in heels in the morning? Then it goes away later in the day

Why do I have pain in heels in the morning? Then it goes away later in the day

Bursitis: Pain upon arising in the morning and after rest can be due to bursitis or plantar fasciitis. It is commonly treated with support, ice, anti-inflammatory medications and injections. Don't live with discomfort. Contact a podiatrist for treatment. ...Read more

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How can I handle my nerve pain in heel?

How can I handle my nerve pain in heel?

What causes it: Find out what the cause is. To receive an answer that will be more helpful for you, you need to give more information...Your health status, any problems such as gout, diabetes or blood pressure concerns. You should state how long it has been a problem and what you do to make it feel better. Also tells us what it looks like. Is it discolored, swollen or point tender. The more you tell the better the ans. ...Read more

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What could cause pain in heel when relearning how to walk?

What could cause pain in heel when relearning how to walk?

Plantar fasciitis: Is a common cause mostly likely from either poor biomechanics or inadequate support. There are several other possibilities including stress fracture, contusion, inflammatory condition, corn/wart or infection are some other possibilities. ...Read more

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What to do if I have pain on heel of my feet what can that be?

Where on the heel?: On the bottom? On the inner side, the outer side? The back of the heel? Need to know where it hurts to help. ...Read more

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I am 32 m got a spot pain on heel where I couldn't see anything visible. The pain is severe and the skin is very dry. Pl let me kn the possible cause

Plantar fascitiis?: Don't be fooled. It is possible you have platar fascittis which is a common source of heel pain. It is not visible as the ligamnet that is hurting is in the foot and not on the outside of your foot. Try icing it, wear arch supports or orthotics in your shoes to support the ligament. Stretch your feet before getting out of bed in the morning. You can take an antiinflammatory if pain is severe. ...Read more

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Pain between heel and calf when pointing or turning foot?

Pain between heel and calf when pointing or turning foot?

Strained Achilles.: From your description, it could possibly be that your Achilles tendon has been compromised. The condition could range from a minor strain to a partial tear. It might be wise to have the area examined by an expert if there is no relief coming. There are other possible conditions, but without a thorough evaluation, I go with the strain. ...Read more

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Sharp pain in heel today. Foot would come up from floor at times when it was sharp. Pain not constant. What could it be?

WearAHeelPadForNow: After you pull-out that rusty nail, tell me if it doesn't feel better. No? OK. Then maybe it's what's called a "heel spur." No, not the ones cowboys wear on their boots but a little extension of bone off the heel bone. They can cause pain. If the pain is further up the heel, it could be a tendon irritation. Or further down, some fascia acting up. In any case, you'll need a doctor to diagnose it. ...Read more

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Shooting pain from heel up to hip?

Nerve involvement: There's a laundry list of reasons why people experience heel pain. The fact that the pain travels up to your hip leads me to believe there is possible nerve involvement. Being seen by a podiatrist to rule out other causes of heel pain would be a good place to start. ...Read more

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I am not able stand longer time. I recently started playing cricket. I am playing cricket once in the week. I am feeling more pain in heel and ankle.

Go get evaluated: Sometimes a simple arch support can do the trick. You need to find what is causing the pain i.E plantar fascitiis? Etc.... ...Read more

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Having pain Achilles heel pain hurts dull pain can't walk no injury so what could b causing this awful pain?

Having pain Achilles heel pain hurts dull pain can't walk no injury so what could b causing this awful pain?

Spur, tendonitis: Can be achilles tendonitis, heel spur or bony prominence called haglunds deformity. Is there only pain with shoes or any time when walking even without shoes? This may help in determining cause. ...Read more

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Played soccer last week. Developed dull pain under heel. I think it's planter faciitis. Will it go away with rest and ice? Other thoughts?

Played soccer last week. Developed dull pain under heel. I think it's planter faciitis. Will it go away with rest and ice? Other thoughts?

Plantar fasciitis: Stretch your foot back toward your shin, ice, rest, antiinflamatory meds. If doesn't help may need steroid injection and orthotics from podiatrist. ...Read more

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The top of my feet hurt constantly. More in the am and after sitting. Could this be plantar fascitis? No pain in the bottom & no pain in heel.

Dorsal Arch Pain.: Plantar fasciitis, by definition, is inflammation of the fascia located on the bottom of the foot. The symptoms, interestingly, are very similar to the ones you describe. More than likely, your pain is being caused, in part, by an increased amount of stress being applied to your feet secondary to your pregnancy. The best solution is to have a specialist evaluate and suggest the best way to treat. ...Read more

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What can do for extreme pain in heel of foot after running through parking lot bare foot?

What can do for extreme pain in heel of foot after running through parking lot bare foot?

Heel pain: You need to get medical attention and an x-ray you may have a stress fracture or even worse a true fracture. ...Read more

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Having Sharp pain in heel with swelling near foot arc. Its severe in morning after I wake up. It hurts whenever I stand after sitting sometime.

Having Sharp pain in heel with swelling near foot arc. Its severe in morning after I wake up. It hurts whenever I stand after sitting sometime.

Plantar fasciitis: There are a number of possible causes and I would not hesitate to be seen. Among the more common is plantar fasciitis, which is thought to be an inflammatory contracture of the plantar fascia that supports the arch of the foot. Stretching the facia out or using an orthotic is usually the first line of treatment. ...Read more