Symptoms

Many times symptoms can be an indication of a bigger problem. It is important to pay attention to symptoms, especially when they are out of the ordinary or in many cases causing pain. The best coarse of action to take in these cases is to see a doctor. On your visit, the doctor will examine your symptoms and even go beyond them to ensure that there is nothing to be concerned about or in the case that the symptoms are indicating a condition, what the best treatment is for the situation.

Lateral foot pain

Lateral foot pain is pain that runs along the outer side of the foot and ankle. Lateral foot pain can make it difficult for people to move around or even stand.

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Non-Healing Wounds

A non-healing or chronic wound is defined as a wound that does not improve after four weeks or does not heal in eight weeks.

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Numbness or tingling

Tingling in the feet is a common concern. Many people experience a “pins and needles” sensation in their feet at some point. Often the feet may also feel numb and painful.

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Intense burning

A burning sensation in your feet may be caused by nerve damage in the legs, also called neuropathy. Many medical conditions can cause burning feet, diabetes is the most common.

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Pain in Ball of foot when walking

Metatarsalgia refers to pain and inflammation in the ball of the foot. This is the area between the arches and toes on the bottom of the foot.

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Pain on top of foot

Pain on the top of the foot can be caused by different conditions, the most common of which are due to overuse in activities like running, jumping, or kicking.

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Pain on the side of foot

Pain on the side of the foot is a common problem. The pain may be on the inner side of the foot (medial foot pain) or on the outer side (lateral foot pain).

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Pain when moving foot

Injury, overuse or conditions causing inflammation, arthritis, nerve damage in the foot can cause a variety of different foot pain.

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