Foot pains can be most often caused by tendonitis, heel spurs, neuropathy, gout, plantar fasciitis, Morton’s neuroma or fractures. These conditions all have some natural treatments for relieving the pain, but first, you should see a doctor and have the problem checked and diagnosed properly.
Tendonitis is the inflammation of a tendon in your foot. Inflammation is the body’s response meant for fixing a damaged tissue, but if it left untreated or if it is improper, it causes a lot of pain and can do a lot of harm to your body.
The recommended actions are, of course, rest and orthopedic shoes. Also, enrich your diet with omega 3 oils, turmeric, and other anti-inflammatory foods and cut down on trans fats and other foods that can enforce the inflammation.
Plantar fasciitis and heel spur pains can be treated with steroid injections but at the same time, these injections weaken the tissue and should not be used for a long period of time. PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is also effective as these injections as it relieves the symptoms for three to six months after the injections and its effect is long-term – for a whole year.