Shoes that don't fit properly because they are too tight or too loose can cause foot pain. Pain on the underside of the foot may indicate a torn ligament or inflammation of the joint. Your doctor may recommend that you use a shoe insert (orthosis) as a kind of shock absorber, or that you wear a different kind of shoe.


Soaking your feet to soften calluses, then removing some of the dead skin with a pumice stone or callus file will also ease pressure. The pain usually centers on one or more of the five bones (metatarsals) in this mid-portion of the foot.
Normally, a callus is not painful, but the build-up of skin can increase the pressure and eventually make walking difficult.






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Comments to «Balls of your feet pain»

  1. spaider_man writes:
    With arch assistance will probably cause.
  2. E_m_i_l_i_a_n_o writes:
    Inserts, foot wrapping or surgery complete length day of walking robust arch support to maintain pressure off.