The child sprained his right foot forward when he went down the stairs two months ago. At that time, the film didn't hurt the bone. He found that there was a problem walking yesterday. He took off his shoes and found that the soles of his feet were different from normal. He should always walk on the inside of his feet, and the whole soles of his feet are inclined outward, just like penguins walking. It hurts to press with his hands and his feet can't stretch straight. What's the solution for the doctor?
As you said, the symptoms are related to soft tissue injury in combination with the medical history. There is no serious problem. I hope you can face it correctly, put down your burden, apply local hot compress, spray Yunnan Baiyao aerosol, and slowly return to normal. If the effect is poor, go to the hospital system for formal treatment
According to the situation, if the muscle is strained, it can be hot compress. Hot compress for 10 to 15 minutes every day. Adhere to hot compress for more than half a month. You can also massage your right hand to promote blood circulation and avoid excessive walking. After half a month of treatment, it can have a certain effect of treatment and relief.
If there is no fracture or other pathological changes after film examination, be sure to timely remind the child of other pain. You can also soak his feet with hot water every day, and then carry out physical therapy or massage. In this way, you can also improve the blood circulation and promote recovery.