What causes foot pain?
Foot pain can be caused by many different conditions or injuries. Acute or repeated trauma, disease, or a combination of both are the most common causes of foot pain. Trauma is the result of external forces the body, either directly affect the body or force the body into a position in one or a combination of forces on the result of damage to body structures. Misalignment can result in biomechanical foot pain. Wearing shoes that are too tight or high heels can cause pain in the toes and the bones in that area. Shoes that are tied too tightly can cause pain and bruising on the top of the foot.
Injuries such as ligament sprains, muscle strains, contusions and fractures usually occur suddenly (acute). Sprains, contusions and fractures may result from a single or a combination of tensions in the foot. A sprained foot or ankle occurs when the ligaments that hold the bones are overstretched and the fibers tear. The looseness of the ligaments of the joints of the feet can lead to foot pain.
The bag muscle and fascia of the foot can be strained by overstretching, overuse, overloading, bruising, or cutting (eg stepping on a sharp object). Achilles tendonitis is a common injury to the tendon that attaches to the back of the heel.
Injury to the bones and joints of the foot can be caused by a blow or strain on the foot, or also by repetitive trauma that can result in a stressfracture. A blunt force injury such as someone walking on your foot can result not only in a bruise (contusion) injury, but also damage to the muscles and ligaments of the foot. a direct blow to the foot can cause bruising, skin breakdown, or even broken bones. Metarsalgia is irritation of the joints of the ball of the foot toe Turt. is a common injury in athletics that sneaks into the tendon of the joint at the base of the big toe. Trauma to the toenail can cause the accumulation of blood under the nail and the temporary or permanent loss of a toenail. Repetitive trauma to the bones, muscles, ligaments and can result in extra bone growth known as spurs or exostosis.
The lesions in both the leather cover and internal structures can also be caused by multiple small repetitive trauma. micro-trauma injuries can be caused by running on uneven surfaces, surfaces that are too hard or too soft, or shoes that have poor absorption qualities of force or incorrectly. repeated stress of the same foot structure can cause stress fractures, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and acute and chronic osteoarthritis.
The arches of the feet absorb and restore strength and body to the outside world when you are standing on your feet. Plantar fascia injury is a common cause of arch pain. The plantar fascia is a tough fibrous sheath that extends the length of the bottom of the foot and supports the arc. When the plantar fascia is damaged, the resulting inflammatory response can become a source of pain arc. feet tall and under flat arches can cause pain because of the stress on your feet.
Footwear can contribute to foot pain. maladaptive shoes in the short term can cause blisters, calluses, bruises and a source of athlete's foot. The long term effects can bebunions, corns, irritation of the nerves and joints, misalignment of the toe, and the origin of microtrauma injuries in the foot.
Diseases, viruses, fungi and bacteria can also be sources of foot pain. Diabetes, Hansen disease, and gout are common diseases that affect the feet. Disorders of the nerves of the feet can cause numbness and burning sensation in feet neuropathy asperipheral know.