Suggest treatment for pain due to the plantar fat pad atrophy
Management of Fat pad atrophy
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You can follow the following measures to help with pain due to metatarsal fat pad atrophy.
-Avoid activities where you walk on your tiptoes, squat, wear high heels or put pressure on the balls of your feet
-Only do low impact exercises like swimming
-Continue wearing Orthotics, pads in shoes
-You can also use thick padded socks like Thorlo brand socks
-weight reduction, if needed. Always maintain a healthy weight.
If the above measures, help reduce the pain and keep you comfortable, then wearing custom shoes is not necessary. However, if pain persists, then custom shoes will be needed. There are companies like Foot solutions that make custom shoes in different styles and attractive designs according to your personal liking.
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