My foot is a lot pain?

Many possibilities. This could be from arteries, veins, nerves and muscles and other stuff. Check with your doc and good luck. No need to wait. Avoid complications and have it checked ASAP.

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I am a 49 years old male. I had a surgery to remove thetumor. Biopsy showed adenocarcinoma of lung. I received radiation and currently undergoing chemotherapy. I have a new tumor in my foot with lots of pain. What are the optionsthat I have?

Several. Report these symptoms to your oncologists. One good option for palliation may be a short course of radiotherapy. Read more...
May need biopsy? First u need to b sure that the foot tumor is related to lung or see if this is a new type, hopefully a skin cancer. Metastatic lung cancer would be less likely but possible as lung cancers are a bit unpredictable. A stage one lung cancer treated aggressively as yours was seem often to behave a bit more predictably. Good luck but follow up with your oncologist for direction. Read more...

I have heel spurs on my foot and causing a lot of pain. What is the best treatment for it?

POSS TRIGGER POINTS. It is possible that the heel spurs are a result (rather than a cause) of the pain. The pain could be caused by trigger points in the gastrocnemius, soleus, or other calf musles that refer pain into the heel. Also check the piriformis. Read more...
Heel Spur. You need to see a podiatrist for evaluation and treatment. Based on the level of pain and discomfort, there are many treatments that are available, ranging from simple icing and stretching to injections and possible surgery. Once evaluated a right treatment course can be carved out for you to make you feel a lot better. Read more...
Combo treatment. . If you have plantar fasciitis, and hurt most with the first few steps in the morning, the more you can do together, the better: #1: supportive shoes. #2: firm inserts or orthotics. #3: oral antiinflammatories (check with your doctor). #4: stretching your foot and calf. #5: icing (10 min at a time). You may also need physical therapy or cortisone injections, or eswt if available in your area. Read more...
Spurs. If you have heel spurs and have tried all conservative methods have failed then you might consider surgery because you always get plantar fascitis alond with the spur. But again, try all treatment options before surgery. You have been given good advise by other doctors on heath tap. Read more...
Heel pain. All these answers are good . I find that orthotics work the best in my practice. I rarely perform surgery on these - the orthotics are that successful. See your podiatrist for assistance . I also use injection therapy and taping and nite splints as a run up to dispensing orthotics. Read more...

I have flat feet, but only my right foot hurts a lot. The pain is now noticeable on the left side if my right knee. Is there a way to stop the pain?

Flat feet. See a podiatrist who can prescribe for you custom-made orthotics to address your flatfoot condition that is now affecting your left knee. Read more...
Foot pain. Need more info: what part of foot hurts? Back of heel? Front of heel? Arch of foot? Ball of foot? Foot pain may b causing change in gait that's putting more stress on knee. See pcp or podiatrist for evaluation & treatment. May b plantar fasciitis (heel spur), morton's neuroma, etc. Correcting foot problem may also solve knee problem. Nsaid for pain & inflammation. Rest, elevation, toe stretching. Read more...