I have Painful Feet!

Posted by on Feb 6, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

I have very sore and painful feet. What is this?

Why do my feet hurt?

My feet hurt when I get up in the morning, what could this be?

Why do my heels hurt?

Why do my feet feel like they are bruised?

Why do my feet hurt so bad toward the end of the day?

Im on my feet a lot and they are very sore and painful. What is this?

I can walk or exercise because my feet hurt.

My feet burn and tingle.

Why do my feet feel numb?

I have really painful feet.

All the sudden I had a pain in my foot/ankle.

I have foot problems.

I have ugly toes.

Why are my toes crooked?

My toes overlap each other.

Why do I have this bump on my foot?

I have sores on my feet.

I’m overweight and have a lot of foot problems.

I have very flat feet, what can help that?

I stand all day at work and by the end of my shift I can barely walk.

Why do I feel like I’m walking on stones/rocks?

My foot is very painful and swollen.

I think I twisted my ankle. What do I do?

Did I break my bone?

What’s the difference between a fracture and a sprain?

There are several conditions that can make your feet hurt or feel very painful. To properly diagnose these it is wise to see a Podiatrist that specializes in treatment of the Foot and Ankle.


Areas of the foot….


There are many conditions of the foot. To find out what it is first we need to pinpoint the area of soreness to help make that determination.

Most common foot conditions:

Achilles Tendonitis

Arch Pain / Arch Strain


Athlete’s Foot




Claw Toes


Hammer Toes

Heel Fissures

Heel Pain

Heel Spurs

Ingrown Toenails

Mallet Toes


Morton’s Neuroma

Morton’s Toe


Over Pronation

Overlapping Toes

Plantar Fasciitis

Post-Tib Tendonitis



Shin Splints

The Diabetic Foot

Toenail Fungus

 What to Expect at Your Office Visit

Dr. Faasse will perform a physical examination, check pulses, reflexes and watch your gait pattern. We may or may not get X-rays determining on what he deems necessary. Your treatment in the office will be determined by your diagnosis. We have lot s of different treatment options so questions and comments are gladly accepted.

Call us today, we will be more than happy to care for your feet and ankles! 616-534-3920

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