Bottom Of the Foot Pain

Bottom Of the Foot Pain

Bottom Of the Foot Pain: The most common causes are heel pain, arch pain and ball of the foot pain. Find out what causes each type.

1) Bottom Of The Heel Pain:

Bottom Of the Foot Pain
Bottom of the foot pain at the heel is most commonly by plantar fasciitis & heel spurs. You can also get a stress fracture, fat pad withering, bruising and more!

Plantar Fasciitis:

  • This is the most common source of heel and arch pain.
  • It is worse in the morning & better with massage.
  • This Includes heel spur treatment.

Foot Fat Pad Atrophy:

  • If it feels like you do not have any fat pad cushion in your heel.

Heel Stress Fracture:

  • This gradually onsets in high activity people starting a new activity.
  • It presents over days and weeks as an aching deep heel pain.

Posterior Tibial Nerve Entrapment:

  • The posterior tibial nerve runs along the back and inside of the ankle.
  • You will feel numbness, burning and tingling.
bottom of the foot pain
Bottom of the foot pain radiating along the inside back of the ankle can be tarsal tunnel. Consider this is you have numbness, burning and tingling.

Bruised Heel:

  • This happens after long running or a big fall.

Stone Bruise:

  • This is a deep contusion after stepping on a stone.

 

 

2) Bottom Of The Foot Arch Pain:

Bottom Of the Foot Arch Pain
Bottom of the foot arch pain is also mostly plantar fasciitis. You can also get bumps as a fibroma, sprain the arch and more!

Plantar Fasciitis:

  • This is the most common source of heel and arch pain.
  • It is worse in the morning & better with massage.

Plantar Fibroma:

  • This is a bump anywhere along your arch. It could be one or multiple.
  • This feels like a pebble under your skin.
Bottom Of the Foot Pain
Bottom of the foot pain due to a lump is most likely a plantar fibroma.

Sprained Foot Arch:

  • This can happen when you fall violently.
  • There may be swelling and bruising in the midfoot.

Posterior Tibial Nerve Entrapment:

  • The posterior tibial nerve runs along the back and inside of the ankle.
  • You will feel numbness, burning and tingling.

Plantar Fascia Strain:

  • If you have severe pain in your arch after a fall or injury.
Bottom Of the Foot Pain strained fascia
Bottom of the foot pain due to a strained fascia. This occurs mostly during a violent fall.

Foot Cramps At Night:

  •  Foot cramps are the most common muscle spasm in our body.

 

 

 

Ball Of The Foot Pain:

Bottom of the ball of the foot pain
Bottom of the ball of the foot pain has many, many causes.
Jump to our ball of the foot pain guide!

Foot Fat Pad Atrophy:

  • If it feels like you do not have any fat pad cushion in the ball of your foot.

Sprained Ball Of Foot:

  • This can happen when you fall violently.
  • There may be swelling and bruising big toe joint.

Foot Cramps At Night:

  •  Foot cramps are the most common muscle spasm in our body.

Stone Bruise:

  • This is a deep contusion after stepping on a stone.

 Many More:

 

 

 

Heel Pain In Children:

Heel Pain In Children Athletes
Heel Pain In Children Athletes is called sever’s disease. Don’t worry, its not as scary as it looks!
  • Heel pain in children athletes is called sever’s disease.
  • This is most common between ages 9-15 years old.

 

 Back Of Heel Pain:

This has 4 very common causes: