... uhoh.. tell him to see an orthopedic surgeon for diagnosis.. a lot of times arthritis changes in the ankle and heel can feel like burning when it starts.. i had a similar situation.. ... (3 replies)
... well my bf is complaining about his heels burning, well actually i think he pointed to the back of the foot, between his heel and ankle. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Keri! I wonder if your first two surgeries did not work as well as you hoped because in part you did too much too soon before they were fully healed. I fear that your orthopedic doctor may have allowed you to use your ankle too soon in part because you were so eager to get back to being a regular teenager. Given your story and your history of injury, my surgeon would... (24 replies)
... Please help, My husband has this prickly burning sensation at the bottom of his feet. It is a bit red towards the heels and his feet has the worst ever smell. We had some treatments at a SPA, and I thought he picked up some fungus in the shower. ... (1 replies)
... i shattered both my heels last may 2011 one foot is healing ok and the other isn't. i still wear a walking cast but on my better foot i wear a shoe. ... (1 replies)
... I have a heel spur. Have had acupuncture, but really hasnt made a great deal of difference. Its mostly when i rest, then get up. Its a burning pain, i stretch and have once or twice had the ice bottle on it. Any other ways. I need my feet. Have lots to do. ... (5 replies)
... t plantar faciitis which causes nerve pain in my heels, arch and under my feet. I wear custom orthotics to help with this, it supports the foot. But I still have burning and use creams to control the pain and then get off my feet. I hope your not getting it. Check it out with your doctor and let us know. ... (1 replies)
... I get that same thing! It feels like a hot poker is branding my skin/muscle in this one line and then just lingers. It's so hot! And it happens when I've been sitting or standing. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night with it. I call it "The Burning" and my Pod says it's part of the PF, even though I feel it more on the outside edge of the heel.
I haven't had... (9 replies)
... :wave: Hi all I am new to this forum. I am having a bit of a delimma. I just started working in retail full time (after working a sit down type of job for over 10 years). I am a customer service manager so I am on my feet all day (9+ hours with just 1 break in between). My problem is I come home almost on a daily basis with blisters (where the ball of my foot and toes meet... (8 replies)
... My feet hurt everyday with weight bearing. I have had bunions for as long as I can remember, and my arches are collapsed. I had a bone scan done a few years back for another problem, and the doctor said I had a fracture of the first metatarsal. I don't remember ever having an injury that would have fractured my foot. The doctor didn't say much about it. That foot does... (1 replies)
... Recently, my uninjured foot has started to have tingling and burning sensations in part of the ball of my foot and in some toes. ... (2 replies)
... until it casuses sever enough pain you dont have to do anythihg,but usually with in a year or two the oain becomes severe ans it is hard to wqalk, so the patient ends up getting a subtalar fusion,, which fuses together two bones, and it lilimits your ability to play sports somewhat.. no more running basically.. The revcovery is HELL jus tto let you know.. 5 months stuck at... (3 replies)
... wow, i wasnt expecting such a big thing. if he doesnt take care of it, what can happen?? i think hes gonna have a physical soon, so im pretty sure hes going to ask his doctor. so we'll see. (3 replies)
... I have something similar, my feet burn and hurt. Ice feels nice. My podiatirst says I have Fasciitis and possibly neuromas.
If it had something to do with diabetes, it would come on very slow and take years (from my understanding).
Do you wear high heels? (4 replies)
... my toes randomly start feeling like they are on fire,and sometimes my heels too... I know that it is not athletes foot, because i have no other symptoms, and i havent been barefoot in public. What could it be? ... (2 replies)
... Every once in a while I have a burning sensation located on the bottom of my heels. Is it a nerve problem? ... (0 replies)
... ar faciitis and it's totally different than this. Yes, I had to do stretches and they really helped. It took about two years. This is a different kind of pain, a burning in the heels and ONLY when I'm laying down. ... (2 replies)
... I'm definitely not a doctor, but that sounds like plantar fasciitis. I had that a few years back, and got over it by doing a lot of stretching.(standing on a stair and lifting myself with my feet). Mornings were the worst for me. You can also get night braces and socks to hold them in position at night. (2 replies)
... For the last few years, I have burning pain in my heels when I am lying down for a few hours. When I get up and walk around, it goes away and I have no pain during the day. ... (2 replies)
... k for a dog groomer so I am on my feet alot sometimes. It hurts when I wake up and take my first few steps of the morning to where I can't hardly walk. There's a burning feeling in the back of my heels to from time to time. My heels hurt on and off and usually around 2pm they are hurting much worse. ... (2 replies)