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How can I avoid severe foot pain after work?

How can I avoid severe foot pain after work?

Peoorthist: Consider working with a certified pedorthist and /or podiatrist to ensure that your shoe/ boot choices are optimum for your foot health. ...Read more

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What causes severe pain in the sole of your foot?

What causes severe pain in the sole of your foot?

Most commonly: Plantar fascitiis. Try icing the sole, using an over the counter antiinflammatory like Motrin or allege, wear an arch support, massage your arch and heel before getting out of bed in the morning. If no improvement see a podiatrist. ...Read more

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I have severe foot pain after wearing heels ?

I have severe foot pain after wearing heels ?

Warm water: And epsom salt soaks, massage, elevate. Try that for starters, l..Land get out of the heels. ...Read more

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What could produce the severe pain in my foot?

Many things: Where is the pain and what type of pain it is. Need to see a podiatrist for x-rays and further evaluation to see what is going on and get the proper treatment for the problem. ...Read more

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What could be causing the severe pain in my foot?

What could be causing the severe pain in my foot?

Any # of things: Heel pain can result from a number of different reasons. I would seek the attention of an orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon. One in your area can be found at www.Aofas.Org. ...Read more

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What can cause severe pain on the left foot?

What can cause severe pain on the left foot?

Have it evaluated!: There are a myriad of causes for severe pain in your left foot. My best advice to you is to have this checked out by a foot specialist, i.e. A podiatrist. Some things that a thorough evaluation may involve are foot x-rays, diagnostic ultrasound, gait evaluation, blood tests, MRI or ct scan. Don't wait to see a specialist especially with severe pain! ...Read more

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What causes sudden severe pain on the top of my foot?

What causes sudden severe pain on the top of my foot?

Foot pain: There can be many different reasons for foot pain. From arthritis, tendonitis, stress fractures, general foot fatigue, and countless more. Even the time of day the pain comes can help determine why you are having pain. You can ask your pcp for a podiatry referral if the pain continues to worsen. ...Read more

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I have a severe pain on t left bottom of my foot it radiates to my heal..?

I have a severe pain on t left bottom of my foot it radiates to my heal..?

On awakening?: Pain on the bottom of the foot, and bottom of the heel, worse on first steps is often plantar fasciitis (inflammation of the thick lining on the bottom of the foot): rx'd with stretching, anti-inflammatories. Other problems could be fractures, neuromas (painful nerve swellings), less likely referred pain from sciatica (infammation of nerves in back). See your doc. ...Read more

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I have severe pain in my feet, especially at the ball of the foot, what can I do for relief?

I have severe pain in my feet, especially at the ball of the foot, what can I do for relief?

See a foot doc: If pain is severe it is possible you have a stress fracture. Plantar plate injuries are common in this region. A distal plantar fascitis is a possibility. If pain persists after a couple of days then see a doc before you aggravate the condition more. ...Read more

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I am getting hardward removed from my left foot due to severe pain. What should I do before the removal?

I am getting hardward removed from my left foot due to severe pain. What should I do before the removal?

Just like any surger: Your doctor will give you instructions as to what should be done, if anything, pre-operatively. If this is general anesthesia, then you will be fasting. After surgery you will probably need to elevate your foot and limit weight bearing. How much will depend on what is being removed. You doctor will give you much more detailed information. ...Read more