How Could My Foot 👣 Hurt 😔 so Badly If I Didn’t Injure It?
We get asked this question almost daily.
It does seem odd that pain can be so intense without a significant injury.
Wear and tear is a reality of life, especially when it comes to our feet . (They aren’t much different than a set of tires.)
Life would be great if we could replace our feet after a certain number of miles.
Besides wear and tear, other common reasons why pain can happen without an injury include genetic conditions, work demands, excessive weight and bad luck.
But here’s the thing…
Living with it for more than a month is where the real problem lies.
Mild foot pain can become intense foot pain just by virtue of time.
A tendinitis can become a tendon tear. A bone stress can become a broken bone . A foot sprain can become a ligament tear.
Many of these conditions won’t heal without a specific remedy that you can’t find at the pharmacy or on Amazon .
Just because the pain started without an injury 🦽doesn’t mean it’s going to magically get better on its own.
If you want to avoid experiencing more intense pain from an issue that starts out mild, getting a diagnosis and specific treatment plan is your prime objective.
Tendinitis, sprains and bone stresses are easy to fix; tears and fractures can take months to heal.
Yes, foot pain can become intense without a major injury🦽.
Whether the intense pain started suddenly or gradually, the important point is to seek our expertise as early as possible to avoid potentially suffering for months.
We specialize in making intense pain go away . Let us know how we can serve you.
To Healthy Feet,,