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Treatment For Stiff Painful Feet
I am injured from palmoplantar psorisis on my hands & feet. Give me a suggetion for treatment of this..Help me please. It is much painful.?
Psoriasis: There is an auto-immune component to psoriasis. Therefore, it is necessary to unburden the immune system as much as possible. Eating an organic, healthy diet free of chemicals, drinking plenty of water, managing stress, exercising and creating the most healthful lifestyle you can is critical. For symptom releif, topical steroids may be helpful, but should not be relied upon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is this hard painful lump on the ball of my foot? It looks like a verruca but the treatment did not wrk :(
I cut the bottom of my foot on a piece of plastic 3 days ago. It's still very painful even after treatment with ointment. Should I see an MD?
Not plastic surgery.: Plastic cuts on the bottom of the foot can be rather nasty and are often times quite painful. Just how long the foot will be painful is unpredictable. The real concern is to verify that there are no plastic pieces still lodged in the wound. These could account for increased and sustained pain as well as delayed healing. Delayed healing leads to infection. To remove all doubt, have it evaluated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why are my extremities (hands/feet) hot and cold at the same time? Very painful. Treatment options?
Daughter has a cryo treated plantar wart on her foot. Still very painful. What can be done for pain until the treatment heals? How long to heal?
I am having warts on feet, it's raised up, painful & itchy. I am receiving Nitrogen Spray treatment now. May I ask if I could run a half marathon?
Sure: Fitness is more important. I am glad you are doing this. ...Read more
I have a lipoma on my foot it has becom painful my podiatrist refuses to offer any form of treatment besides a brace, is this the correct treatment?
Second opinion: Either another podiatrist or better yet a plastic surgeon ...Read more
Bunionette on left foot- painful to walk, wear shoes. Treatment options? Is surgery only way to get rid of it for good?
Mostly shoes..: Relief from the pain caused by a bunionette is based on the severeness of the bunionette deformity. Milder deformities can usually be successfully treated with a shoe style change or by wearing an accomodative type pad attached to the skin. As the severity increases, the need for surgical correction becomes a more suitable answer. Consult with a Healthtap specialist for a more directed answer. ...Read more