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Foot Pain When Walking
Have heel pain in left foot when walking on treadmill. Have tried different sneakers. Goes away after, doesn't linger. No known injuries. Any ideas?
It's only tissue...: Not the best thing to do. A time will come, and soon, where the pain will linger. Treadmills tend to set you up for overuse injuries, especially in the heel and arch areas. The same cadence and speed over and over tends to stress the connective tissues. Inflammation and pain will soon follow. Remember this conversation in a month when the heel really is a problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Intermittent episodes intense burning pain in right foot when walking. Doc says no neuropathy, maybe hairline fracture, gout rheumatism? Other causes?
Pain in bottom of foot when walking or standing across the ball of foot. Have had knee problem for a while ?
Random throbbing and aching pain on top of foot when walking - sometimes last hours. Top of foot painful if hit hard, no recent injury. Thoughts?
3 Middle toes are numb all the time on one foot. Lot of pain in ball of foot when walking. Toes also go red and burn when very painful. Mri normal?
Circulation problem: From your description of the color changes, it sounds like a circulation problem. (MPN nerve problem should also affect the big toe). The MRI is useless in this situation, unless an MRA (MRI Angiogram) is performed in a special high-field MRI machine. Your best bet is to talk to a podiatrist & discuss your ENTIRE medical history, including any smoking history, varicose veins, family problems, &c. ...Read more
Pain in heel of foot when walking just started one day ago take high blood pressure pillis and lipitor (atorvastatin)?
HEEL PAIN: Heel pain has many causes. Is your pain worse first thing in the morning or after periods of rest? Is it on the bottom or back of the heel? Plantar fascitis is the most common cause of pain on the bottom of the heel. Start by doing calf stretches, ibuprofen, and wearing arch supports (all day long). If that doesn't work see a foot specialist. Doubtful that your meds have anything to do with this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Orthotics: Sounds like you need an orthotic for better foot support. ...Read more