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My son is 17 and plays football. Complaining of ankle hurting and pains shooting up his leg. Does he need a mri?

Exam first. There has been a lot of great diagnostic skill derived from years of training & practice that your physician can bring to the process of examining a patient.After an exam, the physician can decide if additional studies are necessary prior to treatment. Read more...
Needs to be examined. An examination will go along way in determining what might be the problem as well as what teats need to be performed and what can be done. Read more...
Maybe, but... You should have your son medically evaluated to help determine the cause of his pain. He may need an MRI, but usually Doctors start out with a physical exam, and then x-rays. Depending on the findings, your Doctor may recommend an MRI or other additional imaging procedure. Read more...

Hello. I play football and everytime I finish playing my feet hurt but only my solear muscles from both feet. What should I do?

You need to do some. Conditioning exercises regularly so your muscles get stronger to allow you to play without much hurt in your feet or the calves. Do warm-ups before and after the games, and do regular stretching exercises as well. If getting worse see your orthopedist. Read more...
See a doctor. Chances are you need conservative care such as stretching or possible orthotics to support the foot. Read more...

Bone sticking out from left foot, substantially more than right foot, pain every time I play football, been few yrs had this prob, getting worse atm?

Hard to say. Could be a bunion, could be arthritis. Also could be severe flat foot. Without more specific information it is hard to say what is wrong. See a podiatrist for a proper foot examination and x rays. Read more...
See a podiatrist. I am not sure if you are referring to a bunion or possibly your 5th met base...But see a doc, and they will explain your options. Certainly, pain is not good. Read more...

I play football and the bottom of my foot was kicked I had instant bruising and swelling im walking better now after a week but still have a sharp pai?

It is entirely . Possible that there maybe a more severe injury such as plantar fascial tear. It would not be unusual to still have residual pain after a severe bruise. Since you express concern, a visit to he foot doc would help you confirm the extent of injury. Read more...