Chronic Pain In Feet

Chronic Pain In Feet

Chronic Pain in Feet has many causes and can be localized to different areas (toenails, heels, big toes). In addition, pain in each location can be caused by many conditions and health problems. Scan the list below, and let us help you find the cause of your chronic pain in the feet.

 

Chronic Pain in the Feet due to Toenail Problems:

 

Many factors and conditions can be the cause of the chronic pain in your feet that is localized to your toenails and surrounding areas. Scan the list below for a list of common and uncommon causes of toenail pain.

Common Toenail Pain Causes:

Toenail Pain

  1. Toenail Fungus

  2. Very Long Toenails

  3. Ingrown Toenail

  4. Bruised Toenails

  5. Toenail Falling Off

  6. Permanent Ingrown Toenail Removal Surgery

  7. Black Streaks Under The Nails

  8. White Patches On Toenails

  9. Black Spot Under The Toenail

  10. Red Spot Under The Toenail

  11. Green Spot Under The Toenail

  12. Toenail Coming Off The Nail Bed

  13. Toenail Psoriasis

  14. Black Toenail

 Uncommon Toenail Pain Causes:

  1. Psoriasis under the toenails

  2. Lichen planus

  3. Eczema

  4. Bacterial infection

  5. Foot Wart

  6. Subungual melanoma

  7. Swollen Nail Bed

  8. Toe Osteochondroma

  9. Keratin Granulations Treatment

 

Chronic Pain in Feet due to Big Toe Problems:

Foot Pain Behind Big Toe
Foot bunion

The following conditions and problems can be the cause of your Chronic pain in feet that is localized to the big toe area:

  1. Bunion

  2. Gout

  3. Hallux limitus

  4. Hallux rigidus

  5. Pseudogout

  6. Sesamoiditis

  7. Turf toe

  8. Broken Toe

  9. Swollen Toe

  10. Abductor Hallucis Strain

  11. Dislocated Toe

  12. Hallux Varus

  13. Flexor Hallucis Tendinitis

  14. Foot Arthritis

Chronic Pain in Feet due to Skin Problems:

Skin can be the culprit when it comes to chronic feet pain. Scan the list for the following causes of Chronic pain in the feet due to skin problems.

Corn on the Toe
  1. Calluses

  2. Corns

  3. Ingrown Toenails

  4. Swollen Painful Toe

 

 

 

Chronic Pain in Feet Due to Bone and Joint Problems:

Hammer Toe
Hammer Toe
  1. Little Toe Bunion (Bunionette)

  2. Hammer Toe

 

 

 

Chronic Pain in Feet Due 5th Metatarsal:

  1. Jones Fracture

  2. Cavus Foot- Styloid Process Protrusion

  3. Os Vesailianum

 

 

Chronic Pain In Feet Due to the Ball of the Foot:

Chronic Pain In Feet Due to the Ball of the Foot

Chronic pain in the feet can frequently be due to the ball of the foot, these are the most common causes of foot pain.

  1. Bent Big Toe.

  2. Straight Big Toe .

  3. Pain in Small Toes (2-4th Toes).

  4. Sprained Big Toe (Turf Toe).

  5. The Ball of Your Foot.

  6. Ball of the Foot-Second Toe.

  7. Little Toe (5th Toe).

  8. The Outside of the Foot.

  9. Top of the Foot Pain.

  10. Foot Arthritis.

  11. Toe Cramps Or Spasms.

  12. Long Second Toe.

 

Chronic Pain in the feet due to Heel Problems:

While many conditions and problems cause chronic pain that is localized in the heels of feet, the most common condition is Plantar Fasciitis. Visit the page below in order to learn more about Plantar Fasciitis, as well as other conditions that are probable causes of 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.

 

 

Chronic Pain in Feet due to Bottom Of The Foot Arch Problems:

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.

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.

Chronic Pain in Feet due to Back Of Heel Problems:

This has 4 very common causes

1) Achilles Heel Pain.

 

2) Back Of The Heel Spur.

 

3) Bursitis.

 

4) Hagland’s Bump.

Chronic Pain in Feet due to Ankle Problems:

Most Likely:

  1. Outside of the Ankle

  2. Front of the Ankle

  3. Inside of the Ankle

  4. Pain above the heel in the back of the foot

Less Likely

  1. Heel Pain or Bottom of the Foot Pain

  2. Back of the heel or Bottom of the Heel

  3. Calf Pain

  4. Shin Pain

  5. Top of the Foot Pain