Foot Pain

Foot Pain

Article by John Miller

Foot Pain

Foot pain and injury are widespread. You can source foot pain from local structures such as muscles, ligaments, bones and joints, or it can be referred from other sources, including your lower back and other systemic diseases such as diabetes.

Because foot pain can have so many causes, it is crucial to have foot pain assessed by a health professional with a special interest in managing foot pain. Only then can you be confident that your foot pain treatment manages the “right” cause of your foot pain.

Common sources of foot pain include plantar fasciitisbunionheel painheel spur and ankle injuries.

Why Does It Hurt Under Your Feet?

One of the most common patient questions we receive is “Why does it hurt under my feet?”. While there can be many causes of pain under your foot, most symptoms arise from a few common conditions.

Based on many potential sources of your foot pain, the treatment will always vary depending upon your specific diagnosis, and rehabilitation needs to return you to the functional activities in your life.

For specific advice regarding the cause of your foot pain and its best treatment plan, please consult with your trusted healthcare practitioner who has a special interest in foot pain.

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