HI, I have sore feet in the morning and throughout the day after sitting for a half hour or so.
I have read other Q&A's and the anwsers don't fit.
I'm hoping to get some direction for what to ask my doctor to look for.
-my feet feel as though they are swollen but they are not and only after sleeping or sitting
-they are so sore on the bottoms and upward through the middle of my feet that it is very difficult to walk
-the pain is throughout both foot, definately no specific areas like a tendon, ligament or muscle
-the pain last for only a minute or two at most and begins to go away as soon as I stand and/or begin to walk and is gone within a minute or so as if it was never there
-it does not came back as long as I'm up and walking
-it started about six months ago and seems to be getting worse although I don't think it's possible for them to hurt any more than they do at this point and the timing of one to two minutes after getting up hasn't changed or lengthened
I'm 46yrs, 6'1',' 210lbs, muscular, very active and in great health.
I exercise 5 days a week and have for 25 years straight without a blip, weight training and cardio (more weights than cardo)
I've never had any problems like this before and don't have any other issues suchs as back, joint, respiratory, or cardio problems.
I'm allergic to NSADs so unfortunately so I can't take asprins or ibuprofens.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
it sounds like you have tightness to the intrinsic muscles of your feet.
i recommend doing toe curl exercises daily. make a "fist" with your toes and extend them 50 times daily...especially b/f getting up from sleep or prolong sitting.
this stetch and strengthen the muscles and prevent strain.
you can also massage them by rolling a golf ball under the arch
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