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My Feet Hurt To Walk On

My Feet Hurt To Walk On

Symptoms are like walking on something pain so bad, thought i had broken my foot so had xray. Nothing broken hurts top of foot and bottom of foot not geeting any better even with pain killers has anybody had this and found anything to ease pain

A myRAteam Member said:

I use to work in Physical Therapy & we always use
"Moist Heat!" It's helps
more. It may seem like a
"Pain in the Rear," but even
putting your feet in HOT
WATER, (In your Bathtub,
will help), or, if you have a
neck pack, (maybe you can
heat it in a Microwave!)
Even if you use a bath towel
that's HOT, (from HOT WATER), that should help.

posted about 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

My feet hurt all time! I have found a pair of Sketcher sandals that help to wear at home. Very interested in any ideas to help too!

posted about 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

Sounds like plantar facitis which ive heard is common with RA.

posted about 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

You may want to get your foot checked by an orthopedic foot surgeon. I have those symptoms, and I have a collapsed foot. I'm having flatfoot surgery in Dec. Good luck!

posted about 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

I use overpriced-extrawide-newbalance shoes and socks that are made for hiking. Plus my rheumatologist has me on humira, covid, methotrexate, folic acid, vitamin d, coq10, iron.
Laying down too long honestly causes issues with blood flow or something and my feet may cramp up. I sit in a rocking chair now if I am watching tv. I use a covii under-desk bike to stay active at work. I had a physical on Tuesday and things checked out okay for my blood levels... had to fast for 8 hours before visiting my doctor.
Hurts where my toes are connected to my feet.
My neurologist mailed me physical therapy stuff. I will scan it sometim and post it here. He told me to pay attention to my lower back.

edited, originally posted about 1 year ago
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