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Ball of foot pain can be alleviated by icing and resting the area, wearing comfortable shoes or shoe inserts, and getting steroid injections, states WebMD. Treatment depends on the cause of the pain.

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Neuropathic foot pain may be reduced by soaking feet in warm water, good foot health care, adequate exercise, and controlling contributing conditions such as diabetes, diet, and smoking. Neuropathic foot pain has many ca...

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Burning pain in the feet is generally caused by neuropathy from diabetes or alcohol abuse, but it can also be due to hypothyroidism, Lyme disease, chronic kidney disease, vitamin deficiency, erythromelalgia, vasculitis a...

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Some treatments for inflammation and pain in the ball of the foot, or metatarsalgia, include over-the-counter pain relievers, icing the foot, shoe inserts and changing footwear, according to WebMD. It is caused by strenu...

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Foot pain can be relieved with special shoes or shoe inserts made to fit softly around sore feet, according to the National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse. Patients with conditions such as diabetes may be eligible to...

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Heel spur pain generally comes from plantar fasciitis, or irritation of the plantar fascia (the tissue band that runs along the bottom of the foot, supporting the ball), and treatment involves options ranging from ice an...

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Treatments for a swollen foot caused by diabetes include exercising regularly; massaging and elevating the feet; wearing compression stockings and bandages; reducing salt intake; wearing comfortable shoes and paying atte...

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