20 Responses to “What causes foot pain in the heal when bending down or pulling the toes back?”

  1. GShock112 says:

    I stopped training in November and I am taking cortison pills and bandages, then doing therapies (laser + ultrasound) and I am also using special soles in my shoes.

    It helps to cure this problem as soon as possible and take FULL REST. Injections don’t always cure and they are rather risky… best you can do is rest, do the therapies I am doing and be patient.

  2. TheAbdullathif says:

    I am also suffering with plantar faciitis for the past 2 years. I have tried injection twice. But each injection lasted me for only 3 month. After that pain starts. I dont’ know what to do. I am using Arcozia pills to kick of my pain in temporarily.

  3. IHATEPRINCETON says:

    about 5 years ago I went to the Dr i was given inserts ,did everything the dr said i lost 45 lbs and still hurts

  4. k8erose1 says:

    I have had plantar fasciitis in my foot for over 2years!! My pain is when i go sleep and staying on my foot all day, the doctors i go just tell me im overweight and thats why i suffer! However the weight i have, i have been all my teen years, drivin me crazy!

  5. cappuccino619 says:

    Thankyou very much for explaining this as I have had this symptom now for nearly 4 Months and your video went into great detail of why my foot is in so much pain even though I wear specialised shoe heels in my shoes but unfortuantly there not always the answer!

  6. phenylhydride says:

    clear and thorough explanation of plantar fasciitis. The use of the foot model made it more clear. Thank you!

  7. puppy1dallas says:

    wow i have the same thing
    when i wake-up in the morning

  8. bbeech17 says:

    @TheMeanSgtPlaysPiano same here dude..they gave me prosthetics, they dont even work.

  9. riverscollide says:

    @TheMeanSgtPlaysPiano Wow I thought I was the only one!

  10. TheMeanSgtPlaysPiano says:

    I’m only fifteen and I have this condition and it’s extremely bad. I can’t even walk. Literally.

  11. george_voltz says:

    I also have plantar fasciitis in both feet. About 6 years ago I had a physical therapist give some advice on how to ease the pain associated with it. He advised me to take a golf ball and roll it back and forth along the tendons in the bottom of my feet where the pain is, he said this would break up the tissue that is causing the pain. He also mentioned if the pain was too much while doing this to first place the golf ball in the freezer to make it cold. Since doing this I still have plantar fasciitis in both feet but the pain has been greatly reduced and have found that I now only need the golf ball occasionally to relieve the pain when it starts getting really bad.

  12. Old Shoe Woman says:

    That’s good advice. I’ll have to try it.

  13. george_voltz says:

    Hopefully it will work as good for you as it did for me. Walking all the time it was a life saver for me.

  14. hapeli says:

    Aha! So you don’t live in a shoe … you use all your money for shoes! Got it!

    I have to admit, I am a comfort shoe junkie myself and think nothing of spending mucho money on them. Walking is very, very important — and without pain, even better!

  15. ms.Tea says:

    i have plantar facsitis too. or had…I find when it begins to act up, I ice my heel like as if it was sprained 30minutes on, 30 minutes off.
    I also stretch my my foot in the morning before i stand on them. i gently bend my toes toward my heel. i also find it helps to stretch in between my toes, simply by placing my fingers between my toes.
    and i wear mephistos, and adidas, and some tevas, if they have a good arch on them.

    when i was at my most painful, i would never get out of bed barefoot, i would slip my foot in my mephisto sandal right away.

  16. Old Shoe Woman says:

    Thanks for the good advice. I don’t have pain any more, but I never wear shoes that will start the pain again. I never go barefoot.

    I haven’t seen my doctor in many years, but when he was treating me, he asked me when I had pain. I told him when I got up to go to the bathroom during the night. He asked if I was walking barefoot. When I told him that I was, he said, "Don’t do that." Ever since, I have worn shoes 100% of the time except when I’m sleeping.

  17. iluvsexytoes says:

    these feet are GORGEOUS- absolutey perfect YUMMY YUMMY

    I would love to see these feet up close and in person

  18. doncharles2008 says:

    Hi Judy,

    Your feet are beautiful ! Sorry to hear you are having foot pain.
    What you need is someone to gently lick and kiss the soles of your feet every night.
    I’d be glad to volunteer. ;-)

  19. BAD ADEE says:

    They beautiful

  20. Feet_Smeller says:

    I want to bury my face in them soles !!

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