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Pulled muscle in the foot? (foot pain please help)

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by SField, Nov 22, 2008.

  1. Fluffy 0123

    Fluffy 0123 New Member

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    I have the same thing right now.Been having it for about 9 days. I was playing soccer and out of no where I stepped and I heard a snap. Haven't gone to get it checked cuzz I'm 18 and can't afford it any help?
     
  2. Fluffy 0123

    Fluffy 0123 New Member

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    I have the same thing right now.Been having it for about 9 days. I was playing soccer and out of no where I stepped and I heard a snap. Haven't gone to get it checked cuzz I'm 18 and can't afford it any help?
     
  3. Fluffy 0123

    Fluffy 0123 New Member

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    I have the same thing right now.Been having it for about 9 days. I was playing soccer and out of no where I stepped and I heard a snap. Haven't gone to get it checked cuzz I'm 18 and can't afford it any help?
     
  4. phxlawstudent

    phxlawstudent Senior member

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    Go to a doctor. We are not medical specialists.
     
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  6. Toni Daugherty

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    Listen, I have the exact same thing in the exact same place. Went to doc - she said it's plantar faciitis - but she's dead WRONG! Now that I've done the research I realize it must be a tendon or muscle. Plantar faciitis is in the heel. Treatment is different so be careful. Also, don't do the barefoot stuff while you're injured. Heal first and it's great for building the feet up. I don't think injury should go barefoot although if you're like me - it feels best - at least walking around the house. I'm seeing an orthopedic March 1st (that's the soonest I can get in) and a physical therapist ASAP. What you describe is exactly how I would describe my right foot. It aches when sitting and sleeping too. Let me know if yours heels soon. I am a triathlete and tennis player and I'm taking 4 weeks off training because I also have a gluteal strain (not related). If it's a tendon or muscle 4 weeks should do it. Swimming only. Keep me posted.
     
  7. Toni Daugherty

    Toni Daugherty New Member

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    p.s. heals soon, (not heels soon) - no pun intended there. ha!
     
  8. DextersMorgan

    DextersMorgan Well-Known Member

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    Aside from being a medical issue I changed shoes and found out it was my redwing shoes killing my feet.
    Went back wearing rockports and nike 360(airmax) and now my feet are ok.
     
  9. belizblitz

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    Could it be a plantar fascia tear instead of plantar fasciitis?
    Had all the symptoms you were facing..

    Because I am having the same problem, the pain I get is in the arc of my foot (i have flat feet) and not on the heel. I have found that for me, the cause was actaully tight calves which i spastically ignored and keep on goin for intense exercise (interval training, sprints, etc) thinking that they would heal on their own. Now, its been almost 7 weeks out and i have healed only bout 70%. Foam rolling has worked wonders for me and has been the biggest part of helping me recover much. Of course I did other stuff like soaking in epsom salts, diligently doing calf exercises but still taking way too long to heal :(
     
  10. georgiahowe

    georgiahowe New Member

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    I have that to i researched it and it said that iv'e ether pulled a muscle , sprained it or twisted it
     

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