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acute heel pain

+1 vote
my friend has been bedridden with terrible pain in her heel when she puts her foot on the ground.doctor has seen her and says it could go away as quick as it came on her. she cannot get relief from pain her medication has no effect any advice welcome she is 84 and bloodpressure problems.
asked in Women's Health by anonymous
Hello, I have same problem as above , nd my age is 32yrs

3 Answers

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-Rest as much as possible for at least a week.
 - Apply ice to the painful area. Do this at least twice a day for 10 to 15  minutes, more often in the first couple of days.
 -Take acetaminophen for pain or ibuprofen for pain and inflammation.
 -Wear proper-fitting shoes.
 - Night splints can stretch the injured fascia and allow it to heal.
answered by anonymous
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Along with above mentioned tips you can also try some simple exercise such as calf stretches and towel stretches especially first thing in the morning. These can help your ligament become more flexible and strengthen the muscles that support your arch.
answered by anonymous
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Plantar faciatis-icing, stretching, etc.  I wore a 'boot' splint at night for awhile, which helped.  Finally had a foot doctor that gave me a cortizone shot in  the heel.  That  took care of it, along with the splint and stretches.
answered by anonymous

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