Feet are a complex construction of bones, ligaments, tendons, and soft tissues that do an extraordinary job supporting your weight and allowing you to move freely and safely every day. If you have pain in your feet, it’s a sign that something is wrong, and you should book an appointment at San Juan Foot and Ankle Center, Montrose, Colorado, so that you can discuss your problem with experienced foot and ankle surgeons Christopher O. Cook, DPM, FACFAS, and Kyle Nay, DPM, at the San Juan Foot and Ankle Center . Call the clinic or book online today.
If you’ve been on your feet all day or you’ve been doing physical exercise that you’re not used to, your feet could well feel sore. Wearing poorly fitting shoes or footwear that’s unsuitable for the kind of surface you’re walking on also causes sore feet; but rest and a massage usually resolve the soreness.
If your feet are painful rather than just sore, there could be an underlying cause that needs treating. It’s important to visit a specialist clinic like San Juan Foot and Ankle Center in Montrose and Delta, Colorado, to find the cause of the pain before it gets any worse.
If your heel is hurting, it could be due to:
Before you visit the foot and ankle specialist, make a note of any trauma or accidents you’ve had that could have caused your heel pain.
Pain in the ball of your foot may be caused by:
Pain in the ball of the foot is frequently due to repeatedly wearing poorly fitting shoes or high heels or may be due to overly strenuous exercise.
Toe pain could be due to:
You can help prevent many toe problems by looking after your feet and wearing well-fitting, supportive footwear.
Other foot pain causes include:
With so many potential conditions causing foot pain, it’s clear why a professional diagnosis is so important. To get the expert care and attention you need to resolve your foot pain, contact San Juan Foot and Ankle Center and make an appointment to speak with Dr. Cook or Dr. Nay. Call the center or book online today.