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Pain in foot, unable to walk, diabetes. Uric acid levels normal. Suggestions?

I have pain in my foot from 1 month, even i can not walk because of it even i have sugar( diabetes ). I went to many doctors but I feel no effect on my problem with their medicine. uric acid tests are also normal! I would be thankful if you suggest me anything, or tell me about a doctor that can help, i live in XXXXX
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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Pain in foot in a patient of Diabetes you can have any kind of infection / trauma., Neuropathy due to diabetes, Uric acid which is normal in your case , any kind of orthopedic problem like a spur or arthritis. you should consult a Neurologist and orthopedic person. Your problem once diagnosis is confirmed may be treated accordingly.
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