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Old 04-09-2014, 15:46   #1
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Good morning Guys,

I wondered what do you guys do for sore feet. I went on vacation March 28 weekend. I wore Sandals on vacation my feet began to hurt so bad. We were on International Drive in Orlando. My feet have been hurting every since. What do you guys do for sore feet?

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I get sore feet if I walk a lot. A combination of falling arches and flat feet. Good arch support type shoes are essential, but sometimes they will make my feet hurt worse if the arch support is too pronounced.

There are many causes of sore feet. Plantar Fascheitis (SP?) is one of the most common. I had that for many years but eventually it cleared up.

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You should see a doctor or foot specialist. I have orthotics now that help a lot. At one time I had the plantar fasciitis thing. Does your foot hurt sharply at the ball of the foot? Does it hurt more when you get up after sitting or lying down? In that case, keep a can of veggies nearby and roll your foot on it to stretch the tendon before you get up. EVERY time. It will heal slowly.

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