01. - Soak your feet 3-4 times daily. Soak your foot (or feet) in warm, soapy water for 15-20 minutes, three to four times daily. Give the side of your nail fold a light massage every soak or two. This process will ease swelling and reduce soreness, but it is tedious. Get yourself some library books, some films, or anything to keep your sanity intact. Keep your foot clean and dry between soakings.
1.-Peripheral Neuropathy. - Peripheral neuropathy is caused by damage to the nerves in the leg or foot, anywhere along their path from the spine down to the feet. It is the most common cause of burning pain in feet.
Tendonitis can occur in a number of places around the foot. The most common sites are:
1.-Achilles Tendonitis. - This causes heel and calf pain. The Achilles tendon joins the two calf muscles to the heel. Pain is usually felt when walking/running and can occur anywhere from the back of the heel up to the middle of the calf.
Ice can help ease the pain and swelling of a sprained ankle, but it's important to use the therapy properly.
Never apply ice for longer than 20 minutes. Always remove ice if the area starts to feel numb.