If you have ankle, foot or toe pain, there are many different treatment options available.
These range from simply resting at home, applying ice or heat and possibly wearing a support bandage. However there are also more medical treatments for foot pain such as using meds or visiting a podiatrist or doctor. For some foot pain problems, you may even have to undergo surgery (a last case resort I hope…).
These articles look at the different treatment options available for plantar fasciitis and other general types of foot pain and foot related problems.
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