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Can back pain cause stabbing foot pain?

Can back pain cause stabbing foot pain?

See an osteopath dr: It might be good to see an osteopathic dr. For evaluation and treatment of both your back pain, and foot pain, as either can make the pain worse for the other. If you have flat feet, and are not wearing orthotics, this can impact your lower back. As can, having low back pain affect your gait. In either case, get relief, and a second opinion. Plantar fasciitis can cause foot pain to be worse too. ...Read more

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Foot Pain (Definition)

Any abnormal sensation which occurs with normal use and ...Read more


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What can cause stabbing sharp pain in foot sole and toes?

What can cause stabbing sharp pain in foot sole and toes?

Possibilities: Plantar fasciitis with nerve impingementor tarsal tunnel are most likely causes. Try more supportive shoes, stretching and ice/heat. If persistent, see podiatrist. ...Read more

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Pain in feet but not sharp or stabbing, it's dull aching. Hurts when I walk, don't think it's neuropathy, any other idea. Thank you.

Pain in feet but not sharp or stabbing, it's dull aching. Hurts when I walk, don't think it's neuropathy, any other idea. Thank you.

Plantar fasciitis: One of the most common diagnoses for painful feet while walking would be plantar fasciitis as opposed to neuropathy which can be painful but it's also usually in the company of very funny and at times uncomfortable sensations such as walking on eggshells, rocks, pebbles, that sort of thing. Wanna chat more? Www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi ...Read more

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What could cause sharp stabbing pain in arms and legs? My feet hurt when I first wake up and walk on them.

What could cause sharp stabbing pain in arms and legs? My feet hurt when I first wake up and walk on them.

Pain: You could easily have 2 problems. The stabbing pain in the arms and the legs could be radiculopathy, while the pain at the bottom of the feet could be plantar fasciitis. You will probably need to see a neurologist as well as a podiatrist. ...Read more

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Stabbing burning pain in foot arch, with a hard lump. Also swelling in ankle, unable to bear weight. What's wrong?

Stabbing burning pain in foot arch, with a hard lump. Also swelling in ankle, unable to bear weight. What's wrong?

Plantar Fibroma: Though I have not examined you, it sounds like you have a plantar fibroma, which is a thickening and enlargement of the plantar fascia. They usually hurt if they press on underlying structures, or are getting very large. Try stretching and icing with anti-inflammatories to alleviate the pain, but the lesion will usually not resolve on its own. See a local Podiatrist for treatment options ...Read more

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What exercise can I do bottom heel on foot pain?

What exercise can I do bottom heel on foot pain?

Possible fasciitis: May possibly be plantar fasciitis. .. You can look up the stretches for that on the internet. If it's not, there's no harm in stretching. If the stretching doesn't help, get it looked at. The stretching should be therapeutic and diagnostic. ...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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I fell foot pain right in the middle and goes down to bottom of the foot. I don't fell pain unless I walk. Which exercise and med. Should I consume?

I fell foot pain right in the middle and goes down to bottom of the foot. I don't fell pain unless I walk. Which exercise and med. Should I consume?

Consult a Podiatrist: You need to have it checked by your doctor or podiatrist to find the cause of pain. Meanwhile take some over the counter alleve or Ibuprofen for pain. ...Read more

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I have high arched feet and foot pain on the bottom pads of my feet, what to do?

I have high arched feet and foot pain on the bottom pads of my feet, what to do?

Increased pressure: High arch feet have pressure only on the heels, a narrow strip outside of foot and across ball of the foot. An orthotic can help redistribute pressure across the entire foot. Otc pads help only a little. From port jeff station. ...Read more

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Left foot pain at the bottom of my foot in the arch?

Left foot pain at the bottom of my foot in the arch?

Inflammation: This most likely would be plantar fasciitis or a flexor tendonitis. There is also the possiblity of a pinched nerve to the area. The only way to find out for sure is to visit your podiatrist. ...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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Right foot pain in the bottom arch area. Nsaids. No help. Hurts to work. Only right foot. I just don't wanna fall but I'm unstable on the right ft?

Right foot pain in the bottom arch area. Nsaids. No help. Hurts to work. Only right foot. I just don't wanna fall but I'm unstable on the right ft?

Foot pain: Have you had any injury? You may have fasciitis start stretching your fascia and rolling a frozen water bottle in your arch ...Read more

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I had a low grade (99) fever come on precisely at same time with my bottom of foot pain (plantar fasciatis I think??). Total coincidence or connected?

I had a low grade (99) fever come on precisely at same time with my bottom of foot pain (plantar fasciatis I think??). Total coincidence or connected?

More information.: It is probably not connected, but without more information, it is impossible to be certain. Heel infections have been diagnosed as plantar fasciitis on more than one occasion. The results of the misdiagnosis can have serious consequences. To remove all doubt, have you foot evaluated by a foot specialist. ...Read more

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If my toe is streaky black on too from severe gout attack suggestions? Did receive 50 mg decadrone today. Some numbness exists bottom of foot pain m2

If my toe is streaky black on too from severe gout attack suggestions? Did receive 50 mg decadrone today. Some numbness exists bottom of foot pain m2

Black is not normal: Gout shouldn't cause black discoloration. It suggests some form of bleeding issue, whether it be related to bruising or an abnormality with the blood vessels in that area. Or, it can suggest death of tissue in that area, so called necrosis. Alternatively, if you are using a silver based dressing in that location it could discolor your skin. Nonetheless a healthcare provided should assess this! ...Read more

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I have a lot of foot pain, and numbness in my toes along with severe swelling troubles walking tingling. I really want to get to the bottom of this : (?

I have a lot of foot pain, and numbness in my toes along with severe swelling troubles walking tingling. I really want to get to the bottom of this : (?

Begin the task.: All it takes is a thorough exam and probably a few tests including an x-ray or two and you're on your way to finding the cause of your concern. There are many possibilities and only by exam can some of the be eliminated. ...Read more

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I have pain and a tender lump on the bottom of my right foot. Pain is now radiating to other parts of foot. Any idea what it is and how to treat?

I have pain and a tender lump on the bottom of my right foot. Pain is now radiating to other parts of foot. Any idea what it is and how to treat?

Plantar Fibroma: Most common "tumor" or swelling of the bottom of the foot is a plantar fibroma. You should be seen by an orthopedic surgeon or podiatrist and they will probably need to take a mri. Treatment is based on what it actually is diagnosed as. ...Read more

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Have throbbing pain in toes, painful when put pressure on foot, pain spreading to bottom of foot?

Have throbbing pain in toes, painful when put pressure on foot, pain spreading to bottom of foot?

See a Podiatrist: I suggest you get it evaluated by a Podiarist. It can be a series of things and it's hard to tell without having an X-ray, ultrasound etc. ...Read more

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Calf locked up, now it's painful, tight, swells at ankle & foot, pain goes up to thigh all back leg pain & in bottom of foot, can't bend ankle, help?

Painfull: Calf spasms are painful. Usually they relax through weight bearing, gentle stretch, and heat before the ankle will "move". Naproxen is not the cure. Overuse (such as standing or walking in improper shoes) is the most common cause. If the pain in the back does not respond to heat, stretch and rest over the day after the calf problem relaxes, seek examination with a musculoskeletal physician. ...Read more

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Sprained ankle 8 months ago. Xrays said just sprain. I rested/limped for months. Can resting too long cause bottom of foot pain/achilles pain, tightness?

Sprained ankle 8 months ago. Xrays said just sprain. I rested/limped for months. Can resting too long cause bottom of foot pain/achilles pain, tightness?

You may of: Overcompensated and now have both achilles tendinitis and plantar fasciitis. Stretching exercises are good for these problems. Wearing a night splint is also good for this. ...Read more

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Can resting sprained ankle/no rehab and limping for months after the injury cause achilles tightness and bottom of foot pain (metatarsalgia, plantar f)?

Compensation....: Limping for months, with or without pain, can cause a change in the mechanics of your normal walk. This is known as compensatory change or compensation. As the body compensates, you can expect that new problems such as muscle tightness and weight shifting will develop. Treating these new symptoms can be even more challenging than treating the original ones. A Healthtap specialist can help. ...Read more

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What can cause foot pain?

Many things: Trauma, biomechanical problem, infection, arthritity, neuropathy and poor circulation are some. Too many to mention. If a perstent problem, see podiatrist. ...Read more

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How can you treat a foot pain?

See a podiatrist: A podiatrist or foot and ankle specialist will examine the foot, take x rays if necessary, and treat your foot pain. ...Read more