I got up this morning and felt a little pain Walking on my left foot. I have to walk to work normally. Now the pain is obvious. 1: It's painful to walk, not to walk, and not to press. 2: the heel landing pain is not obvious, mainly because the force of the sole of the foot landing is very painful before walking forward. 3: I applied liquid medicine on the painful part, see the attached figure (external medicine for falling)
This situation may be caused by plantar fasciitis. It is suggested that you can use local infrared to irradiate the painful part to help alleviate the symptoms. If the pain is serious, you can also have an X-ray examination to rule out other orthopedic diseases.
Lateral foot pain may be plantar fasciitis or muscle strain pain, which is mainly caused by standing for a long time and walking too much. It is suggested that you should pay attention not to stand for a long time, not to walk excessively, and you can take some drugs to relax your muscles and activate collaterals.
Well, Hello, I'm glad to answer for you. According to your description and general photos, it may be caused by inappropriate shoes. Well, it has something to do with walking more. In terms of treatment, it is recommended to rest and apply local hot compress with hot towel. You can also take oral drugs to promote blood circulation and relieve pain. It is recommended to wear loose soft soled shoes. Well, avoid going upstairs and downstairs and walking for a long time.