|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by steve tan - Jan 30th, 2012 4:07 am.|
|Feet hurt bad and sore.when i stand up and calfs feel really sore been like this for a week. When stand up and put wait on and lean forward thd pain is bad started in right and infew days went to left as well l have used muscle rub on feet and legs pain gel and pain killers wont stop the feet pain dont no whats going on i was told friday to use gel and pain killers they dont work its funny kind of bad pain when i feel my foot and legs they dont hurt when i press hard but the pains still there|
re: feet and legs by Dr M K Gupta - Feb 3rd, 2012 8:35 pm
Dr M K Gupta
|Dear Steve Tan
There are lots of causes of sore in feet. Please get it examined by some good physician.
Foot pain might be brought on by many different conditions or injuries. Acute or repeated trauma, disease, or a combination are the most common causes of foot pain. Trauma is a result of forces outside of the body either directly impacting the body or forcing your body into a position where a single or combination of forces lead to damage to the structures of the body.
Poor biomechanical alignment can lead to foot pain. Wearing shoes that are too tight or high heel shoes may cause pain around the balls of the feet and also the bones in that area. Shoes that are tied too tightly may cause pain and bruising on top of the foot.
Injuries for example ligament sprains, muscle strains, bruises, and fractures typically occur suddenly (acutely). Sprains, strains, bruises, and fractures could be the consequence of a single or combination of stresses to the foot. A sprain of the foot or ankle occurs when ligaments that contain the bones together are overstretched and their fibers tear. The looseness of ligaments in the joints from the foot can lead to foot pain.
The muscle's bursa and fascia of the foot can be strained by overstretching, overuse, overloading, bruising, or perhaps a cut (for example by stepping on the sharp object). Achilles tendonitis is a very common injury of the tendon that attaches at the back of the heel.
Injury to the bones and joints of the foot could be the result of a single blow or twist towards the foot, or also by repetitive trauma that may result in a stress fracture. A blunt-force injury such as someone stepping in your foot may result with a bruise (contusion) injury but additionally damage to the muscles and ligaments from the foot. Direct blows to the foot may cause bruising, breaking of the skin, as well as fracturing of bones. Metarsalgia may be the irritation of the joints from the ball of the foot. "Turf toe" is a common athletic injury where the tendon underneath the joint at the base of the big toe is strained. Trauma to the toenail may cause pooling of blood underneath the nail and also the temporary or permanent lack of a toenail. Repetitive trauma towards the bones, muscles, and ligaments can lead to extra bone growth referred to as spurs or exostosis.
Injuries to both the skin covering and also the internal structures may also be caused by multiple small repetitive traumas. Micro-trauma injuries can be brought on by running on uneven surfaces, surfaces which are too hard or too soft, or shoes which have poor force-absorption qualities or fit incorrectly. Repeated overstressing of the same structure of the foot may cause stress fractures, tendonitis, this problem, and acute and chronic osteoarthritis.
The arches from the feet absorb and return force back and forth from your body to the outside world when we are sitting on our feet. Injury to the plantar fascia is a very common reason for arch pain. The plantar fascia is a tough fibrous sheath that extends the length of the bottom of the foot and lends support towards the arch. Once the plantar fascia is damaged, the resulting inflammatory response can become a source of arch pain. High and low arches (flat feet) could cause pain because of strain towards the feet.
Footwear could be a contributor to foot pain. Poor fitting shoes for the short term may cause blisters, calluses, bruising and be a source of athlete's foot. The long-term effects may be bunions, corns, irritation of nerves and joints, misalignment of the toes, and the supply of microtrauma injuries towards the foot.
Disease, viruses, fungi, and bacteria can also be the sources of foot pain. Diabetes, Hansen's disease, and gout are typical diseases affecting the foot. Disorders from the nerves towards the feet could cause numbness and burning sensation within the feet known as peripheral neuropathy.
Plantar warts commonly located on the bottom from the foot come from the herpes virus and may cause irritation. Athlete's foot, which is the result of a fungus, also can result in foot irritation. A typical reason for foot pain is the ingrown toenail. Ingrown toenails occur when the edges of the nail grow through or into the skin, resulting in irritation and sometimes leading to infection.
re: feet and legs by Goguncook - Mar 1st, 2012 1:56 am
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