lots of pain

By giojuju Latest Reply 2009-12-13 18:21:31 -0600
Started 2009-12-12 18:12:40 -0600

does any one know a good natural remedy for feet pain? my feet everyday sometimes to the point of not being able to walk or stand. they only thing that has helpd me a little is massages my feet with the mentyl alcohol but next day is the same thing again. but they dont swell up.

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giojuju 2009-12-13 18:21:31 -0600 Report

thanks for the advise friends i will try everything to c wut helps. since i dont have any insurance and no primary dr yet its kinds hard to find a dr willing to help me. since my financial situation is very bad right now and no one does services for free no more. well thanks again

hbkunkel 2009-12-13 09:09:08 -0600 Report

While you are relaxing in the evening push a can or soup or vegetables back and forth with your feet. While it does not feel terrific as I do it, afterwards my feet feel so much better. I am also on meds for restless legs and I think they also help my feet.

Hinboyz3 2009-12-13 07:20:44 -0600 Report

I use to have that problem, I use to stand on concrete all day long 6 days a week, and I went thru so many different kinds of shoes till I found the right pair. I ended up buying the Nike Shocks they worked fof me the best, especially when exercising and walking and riding my bike. You just got to try out different styles for your daily routine.

hurrelle 2009-12-13 03:31:57 -0600 Report

Shoes with good arches are a must! I have also found that a product called biofreeze helps a lot. I have only been able to find it at chiropractor's. I also use a product from a company called physician's assistant (I think) for foot and leg pain. I looked up foot pain on google. I have tarsel tunnel which is similar to neuropathy, feeling wise anyway, and both products seem to help

Monalisa 2009-12-12 22:56:56 -0600 Report

Well my Dr. has me on gabapentin (neurontin) and it works for me but when i exeed myself walking well then my feet really hurt and i have to use pain medicine, i use ultram or anaprox.

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