Foot Pain Prognosis

Posted by Keith Brown on 01:37 PM, 20-Feb-14

Many causes of pain in the foot are due to injuries. This is due to fractures, bruises, sprains, and muscle strains of the foot. Usually when fibers tear it is because the ligaments are overstretched. Ligaments are important because if they are too tight or too loose they can cause pain in the foot. There are many examples of this. Achilles tendonitis is a condition when there is injury of the tendon of the back of the heel on the foot. Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the sole of the foot, and bony spurs that come out of the side of the heel make walking very painful.

The pain can start from toes, forefoot or hind foot. The reason why pain can begin at the toes is mostly because of shoes that do not fit you properly. Shoes that do not fit properly are a regular cause of pain. High heeled shoes especially concentrate pressure on the toes and can cause or aggravate toe problems. In some cases people who experience this kind of pain could be as a result of medical conditions that cause disturbance in the way a person walks. Such conditions include diabetes, leg or foot deformities, spinal problems, cerebral palsy among others.

Foot pain, more commonly known as arch pain takes place when an injury is caused to the structures that establish contact with the external environment. There are many reasons behind occurrence of such type of pain. Inadequate biochemical alignment, muscle sprain, ligament stretch and joint fractures are the common reasons behind aching feet. This requires immediate diagnosis. Top of foot usually pains due to excessive use while running or walking over uneven landscapes. Overuse induces fatigue in the muscles of foot. The clinical conditions that give rise to foot pain during activities are flat feet, bursitis, bunions or due to presence of calluses on feet. foot pain heel

Foot pain is also caused by wearing the wrong type of shoes for the wrong type of activity. Really, there's a reason why athletic shoe makers sell billions of dollars of footwear each year. These shoes were designed to protect the feet while the user competes in his preferred sport. Sports or activities that Forefoot Pain are high-impact require more padding or support in certain areas. For instance, a marathon runner absorbs an incredible amount of force on his hindfoot, which is why professional running shoes are designed to absorb force. Wearing the wrong type of shoes can cause or even aggravate an existing injury.

To get at the source of the problem, you have to give your arch some help and support. Try wearing an arch strapping This will add support to your arch. If the strapping does not provide enough relief, pick up some arch supports. You should be able to find them (probably by Dr. Scholls) at a drug store. They raise the arch and shift burden off the heel. By wearing these you also give the fascia a little slack - the arch doesn't have to stretch as far. If the strapping and the arch supports together are not enough, try adding heel pads.

Rather than buy insole inserts start where the problem may be in the first place; comfortable shoes. preferably rubber sole shoes without a heel. Take a look at a Nurses shoe, they have no heels, Why? they stand on their feet all day and walk around all day tending to patients. But if you still want to use a ready made insole, draw a circle on it just above the painful area and cut a hole the size of a quarter. This will offer support to the rest of the heel while relieving pressure on the painful spot itself.

Foot pain can be divided into three main categories. The most common one is the Biomechanical Pain which is caused by functionality disorder in the foot. In this type of pain, all increased activities may cause the foot condition to worsen over time. It may take other symptoms such as knee pain or body misalignment. There are many reasons why biomechanical pain happens such as foot misalignment. Foot misalignment is caused by excessive weights, which can put a lot of pressure on the foot; especially the heels. Wearing tight shoes or high heels is not recommended for those who suffer from foot pain.

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