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Pain in the arch of my right foot. Does taping up the arch help?

Pain in the arch of my right foot. Does taping up the arch help?

Yes: Tapping can assist in alleviating the discomfort in the arch. Also a(n) insert to support the arch would be a big benefit in helping with your arch pain. Please refer to www.Heelpainnow to learn more about your condition or go to www.Eastpennfoot.Com/heelpaincenter. ...Read more

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I have pressure and pain, at times on the arch of my right foot. I normally wear orthotics, but still using temporary ones because they are soft, while the permanent ones are harder. What is best adv?

I have pressure and pain, at times on the arch of my right foot. I normally wear orthotics, but still using temporary ones because they are soft, while the permanent ones are harder. What is best adv?

Depends on foot type: It depends on foot type and activity level. Some people tolerate a harder orthotic better than others. Some people do better with softer. A hard orthotic can control rotation of the heel better but totally depends on what your feet do when you stand, walk, and do activity. ...Read more

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Developed a fibrous tumor on the arch of my right foot. Have had 2 surgeries to remove it but it keeps coming back. Why is that?

Developed a fibrous tumor on the arch of my right foot. Have had 2 surgeries to remove it but it keeps coming back. Why is that?

Plantar fibromatosis: Plantar fibromas are notorious for recurring. A radical plantar fasciectomy , where all of the plantar fascia is removed will lessen the chances of recurrence. ...Read more

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Right behind the arch of my right foot is very tender and hurts to walk on most of the time ?

Right behind the arch of my right foot is very tender and hurts to walk on most of the time ?

Plantar fascitis: Oftentimes the fascia (tissue that connects tendons and muscles to the bone gets irritated. This can be treated with an injection, sometimes steroids or analgesia. Consult an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more

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I ran 6 miles very fast two days ago and now when i walk the arch of my right foot on the side of my pinky toe hurts when i walk is it my tendon?

I ran 6 miles very fast two days ago and now when i walk the arch of my right foot on the side of my pinky toe hurts when i walk is it my tendon?

This is tricky: While you in likelihood sprained your foot (a tear or stretch of a ligament), at that location lies the base of the 5th metatarsal bone. This bone is easily fractured and the exact location of the fracture determines whether you need to have immediate surgery. See a doc and get an x-ray, particularly if you have tenderness at the bony prominence halfway down the side of foot.. ...Read more

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Pain under right foot next to arch goes right along my foot. ?

Pain under right foot next to arch goes right along my foot. ?

See below: Foot pain near the arch is often due to Plantar Fasciitis. The pain is usually most severe with the first few steps of the day or when stepping after a period of rest. Fallen Arches, or flat feet, is the other common cause of pain in the arch area. For more information on treatment see>http://bit.ly/1eXjIaY and http://bit.ly/1Iv8McU ...Read more

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I m having pain on the left side near arch of the right foot. It's very depressing. Please help?

I m having pain on the left side near arch of the right foot. It's very depressing. Please help?

More specific : Please be more specific in your symptom description. You may find the following link useful. A thorough foot evaluation can help find the cause. http://www.ipfh.org/foot-conditions/foot-pain-self-assessment-tool ...Read more

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I've had perhaps a dozen instances of a feeling of sudden warmth in my right foot (left of arch) in the past day while standing, sit, lay down, etc.

Warmth in foot...: Feelings of temperature changes can be due to parasthesias. This can be incidental or there can be an underlying cause to it. If they continue and you are concerned you should see a Podiatrist for proper examination, diagnosis and possible treatment..if at all needed. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Have pain on top of right foot above arch?

You may have: Tendonitis, neuritis, a bony prominence. This is much easier to diagnose with an in person exam as you would be pointing right to the spot. An x-ray may or not be helpful in making the diagnosis. I would commend a visit to the podiatrist, . ...Read more

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