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Any ideas how to deal with sharp and burning heel pain?

Asked 3 years ago

I've been dealing with sharp & burning heel pain for maybe 9 months now, tried different inserts, blue emu and voltaren. Some days are absolutely unbearable to walk, other days it comes & goes.

Madalyn Daugherty

Tuesday, July 06, 2021

To help ease heel pain you can try applying ice, or pain-relief cream, but the best thing to do is wear well-fitting shoes with orthotics. These can provide cushioning, shock absorption and reduce pain. Custom orthotics can help correct feet issues associated with heel pain, such as pronation, and plantar fasciitis.

Bryan Cantu

Tuesday, December 21, 2021

If your symptoms have lasted for more than six months, even with treatment, it's time for you to see a podiatrist or foot-care specialist. The doctor will physically examine your foot and take a history of symptoms to determine the cause and the most appropriate line of treatment.

Janik Sundstrom

Janik Sundstrom

Sunday, April 03, 2022

Identifying and addressing the cause of your nerve pain will prevent the symptoms arising from various conditions such as diabates, known to cause burning pain in the feet. Consulting with a medical professional for an assessment of your feet will be helpful in ruling out any health conditions that could be causing it. A treatment strategy can then be developed to treat such conditions. 

Orthoitcs can be used to provide your feet with a soft surface that cushions the entirety of the feet as weight is applied to it. Shoes do much of the same as orthotics in reducing the impact the feet are exposed to during daily activities and during exercise. 

Placing the feet in cool water to reducing the burning sensation, especially experienced at night. Making use of medication to manage pain can also be turned to for managing conditions such as burning feet and may allow you to rest well at night. 

 If the pain is unbearable, consult with a medical professional for treatment options.

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