Foot Pain Treatment in Tyler

Foot Sprain

When you injure ligaments or other soft tissues that connect several joint bones and experience pain, swelling, and warmth, you may have a foot sprain. Reasons for foot sprains include jumping up and down, pivoting suddenly while running or slipping/stumbling while walking. A foot pain doctor classifies foot sprains as minor (tiny ligament tears), moderate (larger ligament tears), or severe (complete detachment of ligaments from bone).

Foot Gout

Although gout typically affects finger joints, it can also affect foot and toe joints. Gout happens when you have excess uric acid in your bloodstream. Uric acid forms sharp, crystalline structures in joints that cause severe swelling and pain. Gout needs to be treated as soon as possible to avoid becoming a chronic condition that could damage joints.

Common Conditions Causing Foot Pain

While everybody experiences occasional foot pain for various reasons, foot pain treatment is recommended if pain is due to an injury, accompanied by a fever or if severe pain develops suddenly for no reason. People with diseases that impair their circulatory system (diabetes, for example) should call their foot pain doctor in Tyler as soon as possible if one or both feet become painful.

Achilles Tendonitis

While everybody experiences occasional foot pain for various reasons, foot pain treatment is recommended if pain is due to an injury, accompanied by a fever or if severe pain develops suddenly for no reason. People with diseases that impair their circulatory system (diabetes, for example) should call their foot pain doctor in Tyler as soon as possible if one or both feet become painful.

Plantar Fasciitis

Inflammation of the plantar fascia ligament extending across the heel bone may be diagnosed as plantar fasciitis. Symptoms of plantar fasciitis include heel pain, difficulty walking because of severe heel pain, and worsening pain after stepping on the foot. Risk factors for plantar fasciitis include standing for hours on hard floors, being overweight, having high arches or, alternately, flat feet, and walking improperly. of motion.

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Arthritis or injury are the most common reasons for suffering tarsal tunnel syndrome, an inflammation of the tibial nerve stretching through a narrow canal within the ankle bone and ligaments extending over the foot. Signs of tarsal tunnel syndrome are tingling and numbness in the foot’s middle and heel and shooting pains in these areas.

Foot Osteoarthritis

Arthritis generally affects three areas of the foot: the shinbone-ankle joint, joints involving the outer mid-foot, inner mid-foot, and heel bone, and the joint connecting the foot bone to the big toe.

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Dr. Cornejo, your go-to Chiropractor in Tyler, is accepting most of the insurance at our office. We accept auto accident, personal injury, and most health insurance plans. Since there are so many plans and coverage varies widely, please come in to find out if your plan covers care in our office.
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1430 E Southeast Loop 323, Tyler, Texas
903 – 939 – 1415

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Dr. Luis Cornejo, D.C
1430 E Southeast Loop 323, Tyler, Texas 75701
903-939-1415

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