This article explains some reasons for tingling in hands and feet (that "falling asleep" feeling). If this is a chronic thing, you may want to speak with your doctor about possible causes. It could just be a result of pressure on the nerves in your feet as you are on the elliptical (the article explains further). Please let us know what you find!View Thread
Here is a good overview on shin splints and how to treat them that you may find helpful. It suggests rest (choosing low impact exercises as you recover), ice, elevation, stretching, and making sure that you have a good pair of shoes. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
I am sorry that you are in so much pain. Here is some information on baker's cysts that you may find helpful. It includes some options for home treatment that might try. Have you spoken with your doctor about any pain management options that are available to you?
It may be a good idea to contact your doctor to see if swelling is normal after cast removal (if you had a cast for your injury). Even though the break in your foot may have healed, there could be some residual swelling. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
I am so sorry that you are experiencing this! While I don't have any experience with constant contracted hard muscle spasms, you may find help and/or support in our Back Pain Community , where members are active. I hope that you find the answers you are looking for!View Thread
Just wanted to check in and see how you are doing! Strained muscles can definitely be painful, and playing tennis for the first time in years may have forced you to use muscles that you haven't in awhile. I hope you are feeling better!View Thread
Have you spoken with your doctor about what options may be available to you? Are you seeing a physical therapist? Massage therapy, stretching, and manipulation of your knee by a physical therapist may have some positive affect on your range of motion, but a medical professional will have more insight into how these may help in your specific situation. Please let us know how you are doing!
That is amazing that his pain is only at a 2! I'm glad he feels less pain than prior to the detachment, and that you were able to get an appointment for Thursday Please do let us know what you find out from the doctor.
While we cannot give medical advice or a diagnosis here, the most common cause of heel pain is plantar faciitis , which is what you could be experiencing. The link above will give you more information, but it is caused by the straining of the ligament that supports your arch. It is common in middle-aged people and those who are on their feet a lot. The running you are doing could be the cause. The link above has some at-home treatment methods you might try, but if the pain worsens or you think your pain may be caused by a stress fracture or some damage to your bone, it would be a good idea to have your heel looked at by a doctor. Please let us know how you are doing!
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