Treatments for gout in the feet include medications that reduce inflammation and lower the body's uric acid levels, according to The New York Times. Ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen and tolmetin are medications that ease inflammation, while allopurinol and pegloticase are medications that minimize uric acid production.
Making certain dietary changes may also help treat or prevent gout, notes The New York Times. Red meat, seafood and yeast products are a few types of food to avoid, as they contain large amounts of purines. Patients should also avoid consuming alcohol, especially in heavy doses. Low-fat dairy products and products containing vitamin C may help curtail uric acid levels in the blood.