Want To Beat Foot Pain?


Foot pain is a common problem and is hardly surprising when you think that the average person takes approximately half-a-million steps a year.  By the time we reach the age of 70, we’ll have walked the equivalent distance of four times round the earth. 

The foot is made up of 26 bones, 33 joints, 19 muscles and over 100 ligaments.  Problems in any one or combination of these can cause pain.

We're Here To Help

I have been helping people beat foot pain for over 10 years.  It’s not only a case of abolishing pain, it’s also about working out what caused the problem in the first place, to stop it coming back.

Foot-Pain-Explored covers every aspect of pain in the foot including ankle pain, toe pain and calf pain, looking at problems that develop in the bones, ligaments, muscles, tendons, skin and nerves.  Whatever your problem, you can find something that will help. 

Foot Pain Topics

Here, we will look at the most common causes of feet pain, what you can do to treat them, and how to stop the problem from coming back.  You can choose from the following six sections to find out everything you need to know about pain in the foot.

1) Diagnosis

Foot Pain Diagnosis

Use the diagnosis section to help you work out what is causing your foot pain

2) Symptoms

Foot Pain Symptoms

A guide to the common symptoms associated with foot problems e.g. burning pain, numbness & swelling

3) Conditions

Common Foot Problems

This section looks at the most common causes of foot pain from conditions to injuries

4) Treatment

Foot Pain Treatment

Foot pain treatment options including footwear, R.I.C.E. and acupuncture to help solve your foot pain

5) Exercises

Exercises for foot pain

Strengthening and stretching exercises for the foot & calf muscles.  Easy to follow videos and pictures

6) Anatomy

Anatomy of the foot

Find out how the foot works and how it can go wrong: covers bones, ligaments, arches and muscles

This site is all about enabling you to understand what is going on and what you can do to help yourself.  I am passionate about sharing information and advice in an easy to understand yet comprehensive format, so you feel empowered to overcome your foot pain.

Each section contains in-depth information on each topic and will guide you through the different aspects of foot and ankle pain. If you can’t find what you are looking for, simply type your term into the search bar on the right and let us find it for you or visit the Sitemap

Please be aware that all the information on foot-pain-explored.com is intended for general education purposes only.  Nothing that you read on this site should delay you from seeking professional medical advice or substitute any advice, diagnosis or treatment that you have been given or recommended by your health professional - please see our terms and conditions before proceeding. 

If your pain is further up the leg, visit our sister site on knee pain.
It’s great to hear from our visitors, so please share your thoughts, experiences and top tips in the comments box below.  If you have any questions, please email us using the Contact Us form.  We hope you enjoy your visit to foot-pain-explored.com.

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See Also

Common Causes of Foot Pain

Foot & Ankle Anatomy

Treatment Options for Foot Problems

Visitor Comments

"Thank you so much! Your website is a fountain of information! I was worrying about top of foot pain, and your suggestions for strengthening and stretching are helping immensely."
Retha, US

"Your info took me straight to the problem. Well described and clearly explained."
Rick, US

"Thanks for having these exercises available! I performed a few and they have helped tremendously with my foot pain."
Jennifer, UK

"Thank you for this information, it is very useful."
Seluleko, Zimbabwe

"Some really good suggestions and information"
Denise, US

"I have suffered these symptoms for over a year seen two doctors and a physio. None of them diagnosed this. Hope its not too late to put your advice into practice." Lezlee, UK

"Certainly it has helped me to understand and educate me on the issue."
Madhuri, India

"Very interesting! All good information. Tried a few stretches, already feels good."
Cindy, US

"3 days ago I thought I was going to need foot surgery. I NEVER thought that stretching my calf would relieve the excruciating pain at the top of my foot. Thank you!!"
Rich, US