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Pain in heel of the foot
There is pain in heel of left side foot. Any specific reason for the pain and what tests to be done? How long to wait incase it will be cured as of its own.
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I would like to examine you before giving any opinion.
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1 . Dose the pain increase in the morning after you wake up and initial steps painful? 2 . Over the time as you walk pain decreases reduces ? 3. Then most probably plantar fasciitis 4. Calcaneal spur at 36 years little less common 5. Change to broad shoes with soft sole or silicon heel pad usage 6. A good plantar stretching exercise will help for sure 7. Short course of anti inflammatory and hot water foundation at night
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Change of foot wear , plantar stretching exercises
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Get an USG sole of the foot done if pain not subsides
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You can consult It is more likely planter fascitis
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Looks Like you are having calcaneal spur pain. If its more than 7-8 days then bet
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Do x-ray and consult orthopedic surgeon
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