I have pain under the soles of my feet, what’s that hiding?

By: Maryton

The importance of the feet to us is self-evident. However, inflammation or micro trauma in the soles of the feet: these symptoms are not to be taken lightly. How much do you know about these pains? In this article, we will tell you everything.

There are mainly two types of pain at the plantar level: mechanical pain and inflammatory pain.

Mechanical pain: metatarsalgia, hallux valgus

Mechanical pain is pain that appears when walking, in the middle or at the end of the day, and which can be relieved at rest. The main pain of this type is metatarsalgia, which is bearing pain under the “metatarsal heads”, which are located at the front of the foot. We also very often find hallux valgus pain which, at first, is mechanical  and which can become inflammatory.

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Inflammatory pain: plantar fasciitis, Morton’s neuroma

Inflammatory pain is pain that appears especially at night, in the morning, and which is not relieved at rest. They will decrease during the day and return in the evening. Often, inflammatory pain is the result of repeated mechanical pain, excessive work of a tendon chronically and/or consecutive to a major trauma to a joint. The main inflammatory pathologies are plantar fasciitis, Morton’s neuroma, or joint syndromes.

OK! Now that you have known the type of pain at the foot level, then you know how to treat your feet. For example, after a hard day, use a foot spa kit to relax your feet. Moreover, to discover more foot care products to care for your feet just click our Matyton nail supply.

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