Doctor insights on:
Throbbing Pain On Top Of Foot
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?
I have throbbing pain in left leg to the top of foot. Could this be sciatic nerve problem? I am 78 years of age.
Throbbing pain foot: Certainly not the classic way sciatica presents or's diagnosed but with the right REST of the history together with other symptoms & how problem's evolved- sciatica MAY be on the short list of possibilities. Point is you need a good examination to rule out other things such as vascular, infectious, & other problems. More questions? Write me at: www.healthtap.com/dr-saghafi ...Read more
Banged the inside top of foot a week ago, now healed. No swelling, but now the outside top of same foot is throbbing 1 week later. Can it be related?
Ice and elevation : To help with your throbbing, the pain to the bottom and problem on the too are likely unrelated. I would suggest you seea foot doc for follow up. ...Read more
I fell down the stairs months ago and since then I have had occasional throbbing pain in my ankle. About a month ago I was having a pain in my heel. That went away but now when I wake up in the morning I have pain on the tops of my feet. The pain goes awa
I have a throbbing pain in my left ankle which spreads up to top of my leg, especially at night when i'm relaxing ?
Had 2nd toe shortened b/c of crossover.6 months ago.Can see and feel screw through skin on top of toe.Causes throbbing pain at night.What next?Thx
Possible removal: Retained hardware can occasionally cause irritation at the surgical site which induces pain and discomfort. Removal is essential if that continues. I recommend being seen in person or virtually for a proper diagnosis and further treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can be due to...: Truly generalized pain can be due to injury of nerves or circulation. If the pain can be better localized, that would help with diagnosis: The foot can be divided into 3 sections: Forefoot, mid foot, hind foot. Each section has different structures and guides our diagnosis. A useful site for self-assessment is here: http://www.ipfh.org/foot-conditions/foot-pain-self-assessment-tool. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer