Your doctor may suggest physical therapy or even surgery in some cases. Trauma causes the body to increase blood circulation to the affected area, to accelerate the healing process, causing immediate swelling. Other symptoms include: Foot Pain: Poor blood circulation in the foot due to blood clot can cause unbearable pain the foot. Fracture: Bone fracture is one the major causes of foot pain. Pause for a second and return to normal position. Heel is among the most used part as heel bone is the largest best site bone in the foot. Exercising in the wrong manner or overexercising swimming for long hours, spending extra time on the treadmill, etc., walking on hard surfaces for long, sleeping in an awkward position, etc. can also cause cramps in many. Aching feet can be experienced due to structural defects in feet or slight imbalance in your stride. You may use heel pads, heel cups, and foot supports to treat this condition. The doctor will first diagnose the cause and severity of the sprain before administering treatment.
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