The Soles Of The Feet Are Sore And Sore After Wearing Special Sandals?

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Good afternoon, I want to ask, I was going to wear the jendol sandals and when I came home I walked without sandals, the soles of my feet were shared near my fingers, it hurt and felt sore, is that because of what? While my mother wore sandals, it didn’t hurt her feet

1 Answer:

Hi Husnazah,

Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.

The use of special sandals that have an uneven surface is widely reported to improve blood flow, relieve symptoms of rheumatism, and also have various other good effects on health. However, you need to know that until now, the research that proves the truth of these hypotheses is still very limited.

The pain and soreness you feel around your fingers and toes after using these types of sandals is likely caused by a cut in the skin that is triggered by friction with an uneven surface, or a tendency to be sharp. It could also, this pain arises due to inflammation in other leg components that are not clearly visible to the naked eye. If this pain appears of a mild intensity, subsides with rest and stops reusing the sandals, then the condition is probably not dangerous.

However, if the pain appears very severe, or is accompanied by swelling, bleeding, lumps, limitation of movement, and various other complaints, you should be vigilant. Check this condition directly to the doctor for further treatment. Various other possibilities (apart from those related to the use of these sandals) also need to be evaluated, for example rheumatoid arthritis, gout (gout), skin infections of the feet, clavus (fish eye), diabetes, pinched nerves, peripheral artery disease, and so on.

As an initial treatment, in addition to stopping using these sandals, you should also take the following steps:

Do not over-massage sore feet and fingers Compress sore feet and fingers with warm water Apply a pain reliever cream, for example those containing paracetamol Do not use high heels or narrow shoes Maintain ideal body weight Hope it helps yes ..

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