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Bottom of my foot is hurting
Heel of my foot is hurting in both the legs while standing and walking immediately after waking from bed in mornings or after getting up from a chair
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Stretch Calves Get a custom made insole. Hams Stretching. Sports Taping.
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This is because of plantarfascitis which is the inflammation of the cushion like structure present in your heel. Pain occurs generally after a long resting period. And after sometimes it becomes less in intensity.
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Go for physiotherapy.. Ultrasonic therapy +wax therapy +some stretching exercises will be helpful.
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At home.. Silica gel cushions , hot water fomentation +pain killer gel+frequent ankle movements. No hanging of legs.
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Agree with Dr Patil & Dr Chauhan. This is plantar fasciitis in all likelihood. Please follow the excellent advice already given by them. Dr M Vashishtha FRCS, www.dr-mv.com
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Can be bilateral calcaneal spurs or plantar fascitis. But other probable diagnosis should be ruled out.
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Try gentle stretching of calf muscles. Contrast bath for feet. local ultrasound. Taping can help. Use a heel cusion for your feet, availble in medical stores and online too.
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