Foot pain is a very common symptom, which makes many people sick to move, affecting the quality of life. Because the structure of the foot is very complex, if the patient neglects to treat it immediately when there is a sign of pain, it can lead to many unfortunate complications.
When all parts of the foot work well, they will support thebody even when in continuous operation. But if a part of the leg is injured, it will immediately affect other parts of the leg and interrupt the function of he legs, causing pain when standing or moving. Understanding the causes and treatments is a problem that people should care about.
Sprain and muscle tension
Sprains and muscle tension are common injuries that affect muscles and ligaments. A common cause of these injuries is a sudden change indirection and speed, a fall, or an obstacle when playing sports. In addition to pain symptoms, the patient’s feet may be swollen, bruised or weakened.
Bursitis of the thumb (deformed big toe)
This is a common condition, common in women. The patient’s big toe will turn to the other toes, the big toe joints will protrude into bone tumors. If you do not treat it, it will become more serious. Depending on the situation, the patient may feel pain or see no symptoms.
Neuroma due to neuropathy Morton (foot neuroma)
Neuroma Morton causes pain in the front part of the soles,where there is thickening of tissue around the nerve fibers between the toe roots (usually between the three and four fingers of the foot).
The main cause of the disease is weak biological structure,often stimulated by daily movements, chronic pressure or pressure of the bone in the front of the foot. The most noticeable signs are the pain, numbness and heat at the tip of the foot.
Symptoms of Achilles tendon pain are common tendon muscle tendon inflammation and stinging pain after the heel. The pain can be noticed after getting up and walking a few steps or after a long rest period.
Foot pain due to diabetes
Due to neurological complications, the foot is depressed (pain, hot or cold) when the person is standing, the patient will not be able to adjust the foot posture, the positions under pressure will have changes of muscle and skin followed changes of joints.