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I have foot pain in heel then I walk on front of foot and pain turns to the ball. No swelling. Tender to the touch and throb when sitting?

Plantar Fascitis? You should consult a Podiatrist or your Primary care doctor as y iou may have Plantar Fasctis and if it is so,will need to be treated appropriately. Read more...
The heel pain. may be plantar fascitiis, the ball of foot pain is because you are straining the forefoot trying to stay off your heel. I would consider orthotics. Read more...

Experiencing swelling, foot pain, foot tenderness to touch, cold feet, bruising (after trauma)hard to walk & redness. Dropped table on foot 2 days ago?

X-ray time. With persisting pain two days after a significant blow to the foot, see an urgent care for an X-ray series.

Until then, rest, ice, compression with an ACE bandage, crutches to limit weight bearing, and anti-inflammatory medicine such as Motrin (if you can take it) will help. Read more...
Rule out fracture. you would benefit from a thorough orthopaedic foot and ankle evaluation that will include basic Xrays to evaluate for a bony fracture or subtle signs of midfoot instability or injury. Read more...

Foot sore on top at "bend" between leg. Deep, dull pain close to ankle bone. No bruising/swelling. X-ray show no fractures. Able to walk, hop, etc?

Possibly impingement. The anterior ankle joint may become painful when the foot is excessively dorsiflexed during activity. The soft tissue or joint capsule becomes "pinched" between the tibia (leg) and the talus(foot) causing pain. X-rays will show no fracture due to only soft tissue involvement. Typically minimal swelling or bruising. Read more...

I am experiencing foot pain, foot swelling, bursitis and foot redness. I have sore feet after a hard day of college classes is it my dress shoes I wr?

Do easiest first. There is a whole host of possible reasons why you are experiencing foot pain and swelling. Without question, improperly fitting shoes is a distinct possibility and at the top of the list. Why not test your theory and stop wearing your dress shoes for a while. I have a feeling that relief is at hand. Read more...

Who would be the person to diagnose my foot problem. I have foot pain near my toes and toes are sore. GP and surgeon have no idea, xray and mri normal?

Podiatrist or ortho. Usually either a podiatrist or orthopedic surgeon specializing in foot and ankle problems would be the specialists in diagnosing disorders of the foot and ankle. Read more...