your family physician for further evaluation of the new red dots along with your swollenfoot..... Perhaps you have an infection? Did you drop anything on your foot? Kick anything? It's possible to have a (stress) fracture...
Hmmm . . . I'm not clear as to your question. If your pain has decreased, then great news! If you're not completely recovered, then I'd recommend going back to see your family physician for further evaluation. Or if you ha
Your shoes may need replacing. Most runners replace their shoes after 400-500 miles. When you're not running, avoid wearing high heals (they put more pressure on your toes). Try Metatarsal pads in your shoes. Be sure your sho
Pain in any part of our body is a signal to us to pay attention. You may have stepped in an awkward way without realizing, preoccupied with the baby as you are. The signal is to pay attention to your own well-being. Exercise,
Golden Gate Triathlon Club Trail Runsby
That's a mouthful but yes our Triathlon club has resumed it's weekend trail runs with J.P...., I'd never been so I was game. Place was packed. Met more of J.P.'s friends, folks from the club...
could be one of many pathologies, one including infection, he should see his Dr I am not a physician - what you describe should be looked at by a medical provider who best knows your faher and his medical history.
About two and a half weeks ago, I noticed Ashley's right ankle and foot were very swollen... and foot under anesthesia. During that visit, the doctor had also ordered some blood work...