Foot Pain In The Morning?
Foot Pain In The Morning: This pain is caused due to chronic inflammation of the ligaments in your foot. Treatment has 90% success, so don’t worry!
What Is Foot Pain In The Morning?
Foot pain ins the morning is almost always due to chronic inflammation.
- Inflammation is an attempt to re-organize your foot tissue.
- It onsets during sitting & sleeping.
- This is when the “remodeling cells can do their work”.
- These cells attempt to repair the “stretch damage” done throughout the day.
- But as you get up and move around, your blood flushes them away.
- This “soreness” is the body breaking down the tissue to try to rebuild it stronger.
- But as you keep walking and standing every day, it never catches up!
Causes Of Foot Pain In The Morning:
This is almost always due to overuse & stress of the foot ligaments:
- The connective tissue holding together the bottom of your foot is called the plantar fascia.
- The plantar fascia becomes stretched throughout the day.
- As you get older & heavier, your feet get flatter & more spread out.
- This places more strain on the soft tissue at the bottom of your foot.
- It essentially stretches out like an elastic everyday and does not have time to rebuild itself.
Who is At Risk For Foot Pain After Sitting Or Sleeping?
- People with flat foot.
- Heavier people
- Foot shoes.
- More in barefoot walkers.
- More in people without arch support.
- More in flatfoot people.
Is Foot Pain After Sitting Dangerous?
- Over time the condition becomes more an more painful.
- It can limit mobility due to pain.
- After decades a heel spur will develop.
- This heel spur is due to the ligaments & muscles pulling on the heel.
- The heel bone attempts to heel and create more bone.
- But this bone is gradually stretched out & may make the condition worse.
How Common Is Foot Pain After Sitting Or Sleeping?
- 15% of the people in the world have this condition.
- This means almost 1 billion people alive today will have or had this condition!
- It is perhaps the most common foot condition I see on a daily basis.
- It is very well researched & very treatable.
- There are many effective treatments.
- The right treatment will have about a 90% success rate!
1)Make 100% Sure Of Sore Feet In The Morning:
- Confirm that your heel or arch pain is plantar fasciitis.
- Make sure this is inflammation & not a tumor or broken bone.
- Don’t spend your hard earned money or time battling something that you don’t even have!
2)Get Rid Of The Morning Pain & Hurt:
- Stopping the hurting is the most critical step.
- The correct treatment has been shown to be 90% effective.
- Once the pain is gone, making sure it stays away is the next step.
3) Control The Painful Feet In The Morning Long Term:
- Abnormal bio-mechanics or unusual stress on your foot is usually to blame.
- Get some good arch supports.
- Get the correct pair of shoes.
- Make sure you do the right stretches.
- Make sure you do the correct strengthening exercises.
- Identify any chronic inflammation causing agents!
4) Extensive Morning Foot Pain Treatment:
- This is usually only needed in 5% of people.
- These options include surgery, injections & advanced options.
- Find out which ones work the best & which ones do not.
Only one thing left for you to do!
Plantar Fibroma Pain:
If your plantar fasciitis is so bad that you are actually having lumps develop in the center, watch this video!
Consider Achilles Tendonitis Pain:
If the back of your heel hurts in the morning, consider Achilles tendon pain!
Other Minor Causes:
- Plantar Fasciitis.
- Pain in the Heel Bone.
- Bottom Foot Pain in Arch and Heel.
- Pain in Back Heel of Foot.
- Painful Foot Arch.
- The Outside of the Foot.
- Sprained Arch.
- Cramps in the Arch.
- Bruised Heel.
- Stone Bruise.