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The ABC'S Of Foot Pains
Plantar warts are another common painful condition. They grow on the plantar or bottom part of the foot. They are found in areas where the most pressure is applied such as the heel and ball of the foot. Although plantar warts will go away in their own time they should be treated with an over the counter remedy to lessen the painful symptoms they bring with them. Plantar warts cause pain with walking They will also spread to others area with the same type of skin. They are common issues in those with feet pain.



Trauma whether acute or repeated on the foot is a great cause of foot pain The trauma is usually as a result of forces outside of the body either directly impacting the body or forcing the body into a position where a single or many forces result in damage of the body structure. Poor biomechanical bone alignment also causes pain in the foot. Tying shoes very tightly can also lead to the pain or even bruising at the top of the foot. Tendon injury known as Achilles tendonitis is also a cause of pain in feet. Long term effects could be corns, bunions and joint and nerve irritation.



Bone diseases are often diagnosed by doctors when a person experiences intermittent foot pain. It can also happen from bone injuries, improper blood circulation and lack of exercise. It also occurs while wearing misfit shoes for a long duration. Formation of heel spurs and gout cause terrible pain in foot. A painful condition also arises due to formation of clots in the blood. People experiencing pain due to such reasons must seek medical assistance. A sharp and thumping pain in the foot is experienced after waking up in the morning. People suffering from plantar fasciitis or tarsal tunnel syndrome suffer from foot pain in the morning.



One explanation for the incredible intricacy of the foot is that it is rather small compared with the rest of the body. It is only a few inches bigger than the hand, and yet, could you imagine walking around all day on your hands? The impact that each and every step has on the foot Forefoot Pain boggles the mind. It is said that the force of a single step is about fifty percent greater than that person's total body weight. So, if you weigh two hundred pounds, you are putting three hundred pounds of pressure on your foot each time you take a step. No wonder we need shoes!



The symptoms of heel spurs are nearly identical to those for plantar fasciitis (above). There is pain in the front of the heel and possibly in the arch. The pain probably seems particularly acute when taking your first steps of the day or walking after a long period of sitting down. When you have a heel spur, unlike with plantar fasciitis, you will feel pain when you press the front of the heel, at the intersection of the heel and the arch, pressing up and backward toward the heel. This is where the heel spur has formed - it's a pointy extension of the heel bone.



Arthritis is one of the biggest problems faced by millions of people everyday. Severe pain and swelling of the foot are some of the symptoms associated with arthritis. This condition can be so severe at times that the person must be confined to bed. If you suffer from this condition you can apply the following treatments to get some relief for your foot pain. Avoid placing any weight on the suffering foot by providing it with support such as crutches or a cane. There are many non-prescription medications that can be used to provide temporary foot pain relief. These include Advil, Aleve and Tylenol.



You doctor or podiatrist can help you discover the cause of your condition. After the cause has been determined, your doctor will advise you on the best plantar fasciitis pain therapy. Most of the time, plantar fasciitis pain therapy is easily conducted at home with exercise, rest and relaxation. Sometimes staying off your feet for a given amount of time is the best form of plantar fasciitis pain therapy. Other times, a doctor may tell you to apply tape across the plantar fascia located just in front of the heel where the arch begins to allow the inflammation to subside and the foot to heal correctly.
 

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