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Pain in bottom of foot when walking or standing across the ball of foot. Have had knee problem for a while ?

Pain in bottom of foot when walking or standing across the ball of foot. Have had knee problem for a while ?

Compensation: Due to your knee problem you may have changed your walking pattern to compensate for the knee. This may be putting more pressure on the ball of the foot and creating a metatarsalgia or possible neuroma. ...Read more

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Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more


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Bottom of foot pain when walking after sitting for a while?

Plantar Fascitis: Generally pain on the bottom of the foot is the sudden stretching of the plantar fascia, a big band of tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes. At rest it is short and when you stand your foot arch flattens out and the fascia is pulled away from the bone causing inflammation. It generally does not go away on it's own. See a podiatrist for long term relief. ...Read more

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Why do I keep getting blisters on bottom of foot and how do I get them to heal and still walk?

Why do I keep getting blisters on bottom of foot and how do I get them to heal and still walk?

Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. There are many diseases that cause this. ...Read more

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Believed to have plantar fac. But my entire bottom of foot feels like shards of glass in them. So severe i can't walk what do I do? No insurance

Believed to have plantar fac. But my entire bottom of foot feels like shards of glass in them. So severe i can't walk what do I do? No insurance

NEED FOR SUPPORT!: Most shoes aren't that bad, usually it's the crummy insoles they come with! there are many possibe reasons that you may have pain in the feet, but try arch supports like spenco polysorb (http://www.Spenco.Com/products/footcare/poly-sorb) and otc anti-inflammatories (like aleve). If these don't help, see a podiatrist. ...Read more

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Pain on the outside\bottom of foot (mid area). Started after 2 mile walk. Going on day 4. Not just in mornings or after rest. Throbs while resting.

Pain on the outside\bottom of foot (mid area). Started after 2 mile walk. Going on day 4. Not just in mornings or after rest. Throbs while resting.

Stress on bone.: It sounds like you may be exhibiting a stress fracture of the fifth metatarsal. Probably best to have the foot examined to remove all doubt. You might need a special boot to help stabilize the bone. There could be other possibilities, but all may require resting the foot, so why not with a boot. ...Read more

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Running, hit bottom of foot on curb edge. Severe pain. Ran today. Foot gave out on me. Saw dr in urgent care said nothing. Pain to walk and stand ?

Running, hit bottom of foot on curb edge. Severe pain. Ran today. Foot gave out on me. Saw dr in urgent care said nothing. Pain to walk and stand ?

Possible Fracture: Sounds like it could be a contusion or acute plantar fasciitis. If an x-ray was done at the urgent care center, then a fracture would have been determined. If not, go get one. I had a patient recently who fractured his foot on the edge of a stair. Meanwhile, apply ice/cold pack 2-3 times per day for 30 minutes at a time, and keep the foot elevated. MRI might be needed if there's no improvement. ...Read more

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Pain in heel & near toes,top & bottom of foot,hard to walk,pins and needles off and on, it's been like this for about 4weeks, what could it be?

Pain in heel & near toes,top & bottom of foot,hard to walk,pins and needles off and on, it's been like this for about 4weeks, 
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Just in one foot?: If the symptoms are just in one foot, and they affect the top and bottom of your foot, then radiculopathy may be the cause. This is a condition where nerve roots in the back are compressed. This normally affects one side. Another possible cause is peroneal neuropathy, which is often caused by crossing the legs too much. ...Read more

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F/U prev (?)...l4 collapse w/o herniation, 2 days post epdrl, (L) leg numb when walking more than a few feet, bottom of foot tickle sensation. Worry??

F/U prev (?)...l4 collapse w/o herniation, 2 days post epdrl, (L) leg numb when walking more than a few feet, bottom of foot tickle sensation. Worry??

Not if present prior: If the symptoms are similar to prior to epidural steroid injection, then no need to worry. If they are new, the injection may have irritated a nerve specifically S1 nerve. Even then unless you have horrible and intractable pain, I would simply watch it. Most likely will slowly go away. If terrible pain, see you spine surgeon and think of repeat MRI of lumbar spine. ...Read more