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The soles of my feet are hurting me. What should I do?

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Dr. Gary Kugler
Podiatry
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In brief: Footwear?

Usually with arch pain i recommend wearing a running shoe with a rigid midsole (stability shoe).
If this is not enough try an arch support. If no relief still, go see a podiatrist. Sounds like plantar fasciitis (most have heel pain with this condition, but some present with just arch symptoms).

In brief: Footwear?

Usually with arch pain i recommend wearing a running shoe with a rigid midsole (stability shoe).
If this is not enough try an arch support. If no relief still, go see a podiatrist. Sounds like plantar fasciitis (most have heel pain with this condition, but some present with just arch symptoms).
Dr. Gary Kugler
Dr. Gary Kugler
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In brief: Orthotics

You will need good supportive shoes and orthotics.
Stretching, ice, nsaids, rest may help too.

In brief: Orthotics

You will need good supportive shoes and orthotics.
Stretching, ice, nsaids, rest may help too.
Dr. Matthew Wilkin
Dr. Matthew Wilkin
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry

In brief: Podiatrist

If this is a chronic issue - an evaluation by your friendly neighborhood podiatrist may help to determine the cause of the pain.
Based on the evaluation, a treatment plan can be developed.

In brief: Podiatrist

If this is a chronic issue - an evaluation by your friendly neighborhood podiatrist may help to determine the cause of the pain.
Based on the evaluation, a treatment plan can be developed.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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