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Pain in the heel when pressed (mainly near the sides). Feel like bubbles under the foot when pressed (on both feet).

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Dr. Jason Rubin
Podiatry
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In brief: Investigation Needed

Side to side compression of the heel can be indicative of a stress fracture of the calcaneus.
However, the feeling of bubbles under the foot when pressed on both feet is an uncommon symptom. It would be best to see your podiatrist or an orthopedist who specializes specifically in foot and ankle treatment for further investigation of your symptoms.

In brief: Investigation Needed

Side to side compression of the heel can be indicative of a stress fracture of the calcaneus.
However, the feeling of bubbles under the foot when pressed on both feet is an uncommon symptom. It would be best to see your podiatrist or an orthopedist who specializes specifically in foot and ankle treatment for further investigation of your symptoms.
Dr. Jason Rubin
Dr. Jason Rubin
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Dr. Anne Phelan-adams
Plantar fasciitis in a common cause of pain in both heels. I am just as uncertain as Dr. Rubin about this sensation of bubbles. Best wishes!
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