10 Causes of Foot Pain

By james
Reviewed: Dr. Gromatzky
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Cause #2: Fractures

Our feet are quite exposed and are prone to colliding with various objects around the home or outside. It can also be easy to drop objects on them and they can become injured in numerous other ways. This can mean fractured bones within your feet, and this will often be very painful indeed.

Broken bones will often be accompanied with symptoms such as swelling, bruising and of course, pain. If you do suspect that you have broken any bones in your feet then you should arrange to see a doctor as soon as possible. Not dealing with the problem can lead to long-term issues and there is also the risk of getting an infection.

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