Instep Feels Weak At The Age Of 17 Years?

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, my feet can’t be moved up, why? His backs are really weak even though I’m only 17 years old. I often use high heels, what is the cause? Please provide information

1 Answer:

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Unable or difficult to move feet can be caused by interference with:
1. Tendons, which connect muscles with bones. Disorders of the tendon can occur due to tendon injury and tendinitis (inflammation of the tendons).
2. Nerve disorders due to injury or neuritis (inflammation of nerve fibers.
3. Stiff joints that can occur due to arthritis (joint inflammation).
You can try soaking your feet with warm water regularly. Then keep practicing the movement of the feet, starting from the toes, feet, lower legs and upper limbs. Avoid foot massage because it can make the condition worse. If in one day there is no improvement or if accompanied by fever or you have a history of previous trauma, then immediately consult an orthopedic doctor. The doctor will conduct a related examination and provide appropriate treatment.
Thus hopefully useful.

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