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Remedies for paining heel - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Excellent Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I Help you
User :   i just need some help
Doctor :   sure
User :   my heel is paining a lot
User :   of both legs
User :   i dont know which treatment to take
User :   can you guide me
Doctor :   Since how long ?
User :   it is from 8-9 months
User :   it is from 1 year
User :   around
User :   i did X-Ray even but reports are normal
Doctor :   Ok
User :   X-RAY report is normal even
Doctor :   Do you have only the heel pain or the sole and toes too
User :   heel pain
User :   backside part of leg
Doctor :   Do you feel the pain in the heel or sole or toe while walking
User :   heel
Doctor :   Did you start on exercise or jogging recently
User :   because i can not stand sometimes even
User :   no i am not doing any excercise
User :   earlier i used to do
User :   but nowadays because of this pain it is not possible at all
Doctor :   Have you see an orthopedician
User :   which orthopedician ?
User :   i dont know who will do proper treatment in such pain
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Did yoiu take anuy medicines for this
User :   yes homeopathy
User :   but no use
User :   its very slow
Doctor :   Do you wear proper foot wear
User :   yeah
User :   its proper footwear
Doctor :   I do recommend you to get a physical examinatoion from an Orthopedician as it is for long time
User :   i stopped wearing shoes nowadays because it's paining a lot if i wear shoes
Doctor :   It is most commonly due to plantar fascitis
Doctor :   a common condition seen
Doctor :   the spur inflammes and irritates the nerve lying ove it
User :   yeah u r true
Doctor :   Proper foot wear and mild pain killers
Doctor :   sjhall do
Doctor :   but else you need a PE before it is finally diagnosed
User :   PE ?
User :   what is that
Doctor :   there are some strecthing exercises
Doctor :   PE is physical examination
Doctor :   avoid bare foot
Doctor :   whenever you have pain put Ice block
Doctor :   over it
User :   okie
Doctor :   you can use Brufen 200 tablet
User :   which doctor is best for such treatment
Doctor :   if yoiu are overweight yoiu got to reduce the wt too
User :   brufen is pain killer
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Doctor :   Yes brufen 200 is a mild painkiller with less side effects, try to put the ice block and if nt relieved then take the tablet
Doctor :   Which area do yoiu stay in ?
Doctor :   Placing pads in the shoe softens the impact of walking. Strapping helps support the foot and reduce strain on the fascia.
Doctor :   are yoiu there?
User :   yes
Doctor :   Which area do yoiu stay in ?
User :   xxxxx
Doctor :   Sorry we dont have data base for xxxxxe now to advice one
Doctor :   you can see any orthopedician
User :   so how do i get advice ?
Doctor :   as it is very common
Doctor :   complaint
User :   but it will get cured ?
Doctor :   Yes
User :   i mean permanently ?
User :   how much time it will take ?
User :   if i take proper treatment
Doctor :   most patients with plantar fasciitis respond to non-surgical treatment, a small number of patients may require surgery. If, after several months of non-surgical treatment, you continue to have heel pain, surgery will be considered.
User :   okie
Doctor :   Ok
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Doctor :   Bye then
User :   yes sure
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