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I can't walk
I work in standing position of 1hr then taking rest for 15to30min. In sitting position again go for work it can't even stand if I stand heavy pain in my heel ankle muscle I can't even walk then how can I work in industry. So kindly give solutions how can i overcome from this problem.
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Stretch Calves Get a custom made insole. Hams Stretching. Sports Taping. Hot Fomentation.
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Greetings, sorry about your pain.  Going by your description you have muscle stiffness at calf area and to back of your thigh muscles.  You developed muscle spasm,  meaning muscles are tight.(trigger point)
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see a physio and get a therapeutic massage or myofascial release done. you can also do a ayurvedic massage.  in your first session you will have 60% pain reduction.   Later you need to strengthen and stretch your muscles to maintain a healthy work and personal life.
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this is not a problem to worry.  get it settled right away.  if any concerns do let me know.
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It appears to me that you have pain at the bottom of your heel. If that's the case use soft slippers, soak your feet in warm water after returning home. If pain still persists beyond a week visit an ortho surgeon who can examine the foot and order xrays if necessary.
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Getting it treated will relieve your pain and this can help you continue with your work.
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It can be quite stressful when work is affected. This problem might arise due to poor foot alignment and reduced arches in the feet. Commonly known as Flat feet. Flat feet can give rise to mechanical problems in the leg causing heel, ankle , calf and knee pain. Heel pain is majorly due to a condition called as plantar fasciitis where the plantar fascia ( a ligament under the foot) gets excessive load due to poor alignment. My advice: 1. I would highly recommend a corrective customized insole for your footwear. Try picking up a corrective slipper available in Bata stores known as Orthaheel. Initially it will be uncomfortable but slowly break into the footwear. 2. I suggest start COLD packs atleast 4 times a day or every 2 hours on region of pain for atleast 15-20 min each time. 3. Stretch your calf and hamstring in every hourly break you get. Also roll a tennis ball under the foot with pressure and hold it for longer in region of pain. 4. Please see a physiotherapist if still no relief
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If u hv a pressure pain,it may b calcaneal spur leading to planter fasciitis.so dip ur feets in warm water.n use soft footwear.if it helps dan good or else c a physiotherapist
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You appear to be suffering from Plantar fascitis. This is a common problem that arises out of inadequate stretching and tight muscles. Stretch your calf and foot every day, use a soft footwear. If your condition does not improve, please meet a good Orthopaedician. Regards, Dr Saseendar, Consultant Sports Surgeon, www.caresportsinjury.com
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