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Dr. Leo Krawetz
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Pain In Arch Of Foot (Overview)

Pain in arch of foot is a symptom that suggests irritation and pinching of the nerves in your foot, or may be due to excessive stress on the arch (as in too much walking, running, or climbing).


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What causes pain in arch of foot? (if you flex your foot it's around the thing you can feel on the inside side) i think it's from sport if that helps!

What causes pain in arch of foot? (if you flex your foot it's around the thing you can feel on the inside side) i think it's from sport if that helps!

Arch pain: The usual cause for pain in that area - but not the only cause - is an inflammation of the plantar fascia. Your best bet is to see a podiatrist who can help with the pain , diagnosis , and what you may need in the future. Good luck ! ...Read more

Dr. Leo Krawetz
113 doctors shared insights

Pain In Arch Of Foot (Overview)

Pain in arch of foot is a symptom that suggests irritation and pinching of the nerves in your foot, or may be due to excessive stress on the arch (as in too much walking, running, or climbing).


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Living with Ongoing Pain (Tip)

Living with Ongoing Pain

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Managing Neck Pain (Checklist)

Use pain medication as directed
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Avoid fast movements
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See your doctor if your neck pain hasn't improved in 1 week
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Managing Knee Pain (Checklist)

Try to determine the cause
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Write down severity, duration, location (front/back of knee, etc.)
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If swollen, ice the knee with a bag of ice, bag of frozen peas, etc.
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Pain in arch of foot due to fasciitis?

Pain in arch of foot due to fasciitis?

Most likely: Plantar fasciitis is an overuse injury. Most present with pain on the first few steps in the am or after sitting for a period of time. If that is the case, treatment consists of reducing inflammation and decreasing stress. Ice massage with frozen water bottle, antiinflammatories, light stretching, good shoes and supports, limit activity and avoid barefoot. See your foot specialist. Dr l. ...Read more

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