Foot Pain Relief Edgewood MD

People who exercise need to develop a sense about good pain and bad pain, and how to tell which is which. Don’t allow rigid adherence to a fitness schedule to push you beyond your body’s limits. Taking an unplanned break to let an ache heal can sometimes be the difference between a quick recovery and a long convalescence.

Steven Wiener, DPM
(410) 363-4343
7505 Olser Dr
Towson, MD
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(410) 933-3300
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Nottingham, MD
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(410) 515-7800
2208 Old Emmorton Rd. #101
Bel Air, MD
 
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(410) 515-7800
2208 Old Emmorton Rd. #101
Bel Air, MD
 
Howard Ludwig Schultheiss, DPM
(410) 836-0131
437 S. Main St.
Bel Air, MD
 
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(410) 836-9667
824 South Main Street
Bel Air, MD
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(410) 583-9206
1205 York Road
Lutherville Timonium, MD
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(410) 529-4141
5009 Honeygo Center Dr. #213
Perry Hall, MD
 
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(410) 879-1212
Podiatry Associates , 1 N. Main St. #1
Bel Air, MD
 
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(410) 879-1212
1 N. Main St. #1
Bel Air, MD
 
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Find the source of your problem fast

Have you ever seriously injured your foot? Maybe you hurt it badly enough that you couldn’t walk on it? Well, if you have, you’ll know how debilitating it is: your entire life changes.

A small injury to your foot is a big problem. Break a tiny metatarsal bone , and you’ll be hobbling around on crutches; injure your Achilles tendon, and you can forget about sports until it’s healed. We rely on our feet to get us around and, when we can’t use them, our world becomes instantly much smaller. Avoiding foot pain is one of the most important things you can do as a person who’s interested in health and fitness. A foot injury will sideline your fitness goals for the next month - at least - and stall the best-laid plans.

So, first rule: don’t get injured. Know the anatomy of your feet, and know the early signs of stress.

Second rule: Know when you are injured, and what the injury is. People who exercise need to develop a sense about good pain and bad pain, and how to tell which is which. Don’t allow rigid adherence to a fitness schedule to push you beyond your body’s limits. Taking an unplanned break to let an ache heal can sometimes be the difference between a quick recovery and a long convalescence.

Doctors, podiatrists and physiotherapists can help. Don’t be shy about making an appointment - you’re not wasting their time. Think about it: if your physician only wanted to deal with people at death’s door, then s/he should have specialized in critical care or emergency room medicine. And what is a physiotherapist for, if not to answer questions from people with concerns about the way their bodies are functioning? Bottom line, the sooner your problem is diagnosed, the sooner you’ll be back at the gym and running around the neighborhood.

Once a diagnosis is made, you need to get treatment . It may be as simple as a course of medication, a foot bath or some strengthening exercises. Or it may be as involved as a cas...

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