Pain On The Foot

Pain On The FootSome of the pains you may feel in your body may be the result of many different diseases or conditions and the pain on the foot makes no exception to this rule.

Neuroma, heel spurs, arthritis, plantar fasciitis, bunion – they all can cause such pain; as a result you need to spend some time and to make sure you inform your doctor as well as possible on the possible situations which may have lead to this particular condition of yours.

If you don’t do this right from the beginning, you may risk a faulty diagnosis, which is precisely what you should avoid in the long run.

Finding the True Cause of Foot Pain

There are many relevant facts associated to a pain on the foot and selecting the most important ones may be tricky. In order to get this aspect right, you need to ask yourself whether any other member in your family has experienced similar conditions. For instance, if it’s arthritis, you may take into account genetics, which, up to a point, can explain your disease.

Your pain on foot may thus be the effect of a genetic condition. So the best thing to do at this point is to manage everything as accurately as possible and to inform your physician on each and every aspect that you may consider of relevance for your situation. This will greatly ease the diagnosis process, which is in your own benefit, in the short and in the long time alike.

Dealing with Pain on the Foot in the Short Run

Right after receiving your medication for your foot pain, you’ll have the urge to take more than it is recommended, but this is actually quite a bad idea. Sticking to the dosage prescribed to you by your physician gives you the chance to have access to all treatment options available today.

If, on the other side, you don’t do this, you’ll most likely end up with a serious pain of the foot in the long run. At this point, avoiding it is only a matter of responsibility and dedication. Ask your doctor if you have any questions about this particular aspect, because this is the best way in which you can optimize the process, whist being sure that you’re safe.

If you’re in the quest to find a cure for your condition, you need to know that a foot in pain is not going to be cured in a week or so; in fact, you may be required to see your doctor regularly and to run additional tests in order to reduce the impact of this pain on your life. Your well being is thus in direct relation with the way you choose to manage pain in the foot in the short and in the long run alike. Discussing this issue with your doctor and providing him or her with all the extra information he or she may need is of extreme importance to get the best diagnosis and medication there is for your medical condition.

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4 Comments

  1. kelvin yip says:

    hi, i am having numbness on my left bottom foot for a week, i have been to sgh n they say maybe is due to my diabetes.i oso have gout problem.would ike to seek your medical opinion for my numbness problem as it is really giving mi miscomfort. thanks and have a good day..

    • ronald says:

      Hi Kelvin,

      Thank you for contacting us. You are advised to seek medical attention as soon as possible.

      To see our specialist please make an appointment with us by providing us with some details of yourself.

      1. Full name as in NRIC or passport
      2. Your mobile number
      3. Preferred date and time to visit our specialist

      Once we receive your information we will contact you to confirm your reservation.

      Alternatively you may contact us by calling or SMS: 9653 4062

      Thank you very much.
      Ronald Yip

  2. Roderick Mendoza says:

    Can I set an appointment for tom oct 21 monday at 3 or 3:30 pm? The top of my foot started to hurt since last Thursday. It was aching the whole night. I did some jumps working out in the evening but it didnt hurt then. It started to hurt on the bus on the way home after I bumped my knee on a post in the bus. Hard to stand as it aches. Aches even when just sitting. My number is 96977243
    My NRIC is G6467706W.

    Thank you

    • ronald says:

      Hello Roderick,

      I have confirmed your appointment as requested for Monday 21 Oct 2013 at 3:00pm.

      I have also sent an SMS to your mobile: 9697 7243.

      Appreciate your acknowledgement.

      Thank you.

      Great wishes.

      Ronald Yip
      9653 4062

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