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Dr. Michael Kleerekoper
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Rocker Bottom Feet (Overview)

Rocker Bottom Feet are feet that bend abnormally in the middle of their feet . Once the heel lifts off the ground, the weight should go forward to the ball of the foot. In a rocker bottom foot, the weight can go to the mid foot where is does not belong, breaking that part of the foot down. Rocker Bottom Feet need achilles stretching, protective orthotic devices, and foot strengthening. Dr Blake


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What treatment is best for rocker bottom feet?

What treatment is best for rocker bottom feet?

Accommodation: Unless this is very painful or disabling see your podiatrist or pedorthist and have appropriate shoes and or othotics made to adapt for the problem. ...Read more

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Dr. Michael Kleerekoper
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Rocker Bottom Feet (Overview)

Rocker Bottom Feet are feet that bend abnormally in the middle of their feet . Once the heel lifts off the ground, the weight should go forward to the ball of the foot. In a rocker bottom foot, the weight can go to the mid foot where is does not belong, breaking that part of the foot down. Rocker Bottom Feet need achilles stretching, protective orthotic devices, and foot strengthening. Dr Blake


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What is the definition or description of: Rocker bottom feet?

What is the definition or description of: Rocker bottom feet?

Rocker Bottom Feet: Rocker Bottom Feet are feet that bend abnormally in the middle of their feet . Once the heel lifts off the ground, the weight should go forward to the ball of the foot. In a rocker bottom foot, the weight can go to the mid foot where is does not belong, breaking that part of the foot down. Rocker Bottom Feet need achilles stretching, protective orthotic devices, and foot strengthening. Dr Blake ...Read more

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Treating Swollen Feet or Ankles (Checklist)

Move your body. Avoid sitting or standing for long periods
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Lose weight if needed
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Avoid standard diuretics as they won't solve the problem
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What treatment is best for rocker bottom feet?

Accommodation: Unless this is very painful or disabling see your podiatrist or pedorthist and have appropriate shoes and or othotics made to adapt for the problem. ...Read more

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I have "a rocker bottom " foot due to being diabetiv. Is this operable? If so what would the vodt run around roughly.U

I have "a rocker bottom " foot due to being diabetiv. Is this operable? If so what would the vodt run around roughly.U

Rocker-bottom foot: Rocker-bottom foot is usually caused by a diabetic condition known as charcot disease. This can cause significant deformity of the foot and the deformity can then lead to ulcerations. Surgery is usually extensive and may require more than a single operation. The exact surgical procedure depends on the location and severity of the deformity. Recovery is often many months and even a year. ...Read more

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Should i consider rocker bottom shoes for foot pain?

Should i consider rocker bottom shoes for foot pain?

Be careful: Those rocker bottom shoes are a double edge sword, they can be very dangerous as the walking pattern is different from what we are used to and many people have suffered injury from this type of shoe wear. ...Read more

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Pain at the bottom of feet?

Pain at the bottom of feet?

Plantar Fascitis??: Plantar Fascitis is most likely cause. Get it checked. ...Read more

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Shape pain at the bottom of feet?

Shape pain at the bottom of feet?

Sharp pain: Any sharp pain should be evaluated first before any treatment is recommended. IF it is plantar fasciitis , the frozen bottle trick is doomed to failure because by the time the cold reaches the fascia you are likely in early stages of frostbite as the fascia at the heel is very deep to the skin and at the arch less deep but still not amenable to cold . ...Read more

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Can you break the bottom of your foot?

Can you break the bottom of your foot?

Yes: All bones in the foot can be broken or crack on the bottom surface if they are injured in a certain way. ...Read more

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Why are the bottom of my feet so sensitive?

Why are the bottom of my feet so sensitive?

Sensitive Feet: There are more nerve endings on the bottom of our feet than any other area of the body per square inch. That makes them very sensitive. But sensitivity, like any other tendency, is like a bell shaped curve where there is an average sensitivity and 95% of the rest of the people on either side (more sensitive and less sensitive). You may be in the 2.5% of people who are very sensitive. Dr richblake. ...Read more

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What causes reddness in the bottom of the feet?

Could be normal: The only thing in your body that is red is the red blood cell so if a body area turns red it means increased blood flow. The soles of the feet normally have high blood flow and are red compared to the top of the feet. If the redness is associated with itching and rough skin it may be a contact allergy. If the redness is associated with burning it may be neuropathy. Either way see your md. ...Read more

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I feel pins at the bottom of my feet sometimes?

I feel pins at the bottom of my feet sometimes?

1st look: Well if you don't see any pins then its probably peripheral neuropathy especially if you're diabetic. Another common cause is B12 deficiency. See a doctor to figure out why this happening. ...Read more

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How can I make the bottom of my feet soft again?

How can I make the bottom of my feet soft again?

See details: Use a moisturizer cream on a regular basis. If you have callouses a podiatrist can help by shaving them down. ...Read more

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How can I relieve the pain on the bottom of my feet?

How can I relieve the pain on the bottom of my feet?

Depends: Depends on what is causing it. More info needs to be given. Since, you say feet, we know it is on both sides. So if I am throwing out a guess, i would say try arch supports you possibly have plantar fascitiis, but really more info is needed. ...Read more

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