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What is the best cream for burning feet?

Asked 3 years ago

I'm looking for either a pharmaceutical or allopathic (natural) cream that may help with Grierson Gopalan Syndrome, any recommendations?

Jasper Emerson

Thursday, December 16, 2021

Here are the creams that may help you ease your burning feet.

capsaicin: treatment with capsaicin cream applied to the painful area 4 times every day will give significant relief for some people. It works by releasing the substance from nerve endings that create pain.

Other than that methyl salicylate, heat rubs, menthol, or arnica creams with massage may give you temporary relief.

Rabinder Kumar PT

Lamar Winters

Wednesday, February 09, 2022

Any topical cream containing capsaicin will help with the symptoms of Grierson Gopalan Syndrome. Capsicin decreases the intensity of pain signals in the body making it perfect for burning pains, Additionally, anti-fungal creams that address a potential cause (athlete's foot) can be used with analgesic creams like diclofenac.

Issac Dorsey

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Any cream containing capsaicin is an excellent choice for treating the symptoms of Grierson Gopalan Syndrome. Research suggests capsaicin can help with the burning pain sensation. Also, antifungal cream can treat burning feet if its cause is athlete's foot. Over-the-counter medicine like miconazole can also be used.

Babafemi Adebajo

Babafemi Adebajo

Friday, October 28, 2022

You're looking for any cream that has capsaicin as one of its constituents. There is some evidence suggesting that capsaicin helps with burning pain sensations. Also, creams with methyl salicylate and menthol can give temporary relief. Beyond the creams, a custom insert will help relieve pressure on the feet and reduce pain.

Aarav Mckinney

Thursday, January 18, 2024

If you're dealing with Grierson Gopalan Syndrome, look for capsaicin creams that can help with pain. You should also consider home remedies such as foot massages, Epsom salt baths, or using ice/heat packs, which might provide relief.

I would look at custom orthotics too to ease your symptoms. I think it's wise to have a conversation with a healthcare professional to create a personalized plan for your condition.

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