If none of the above options are helpful to you, doctor may advise you to go for a surgery. While taking rest may prove beneficial if the underlying cause of pain is a muscle strain, it is always better to consult a doctor to ascertain if a medical condition is the reason behind aching legs. The peroneal breves tendon, the tendon of the tibialis anterior muscle, the tendon of the tibialis posterior muscle, the tendon of the peroneus longs, and the tendons of the flex or hallucis longs and flex or digitorum longs muscles are some of the tendons in feet which are prone to injuries. In case the inflammation does not go away within a week, then NSAIDs such as ibuprofen may be prescribed. Blood Thinners: As soon as a blood clot is detected in the foot, the right treatment approach involves preventing the clot from getting larger. In fact, foot pain is often considered the first symptom of many illnesses related to ageing, such as arthritis or diabetes. As a result, they are at a higher risk of getting this kind of foot problem. Recovery time for grade 1 sprain may take 2 to 6 weeks. Your doctor may suggest physical therapy or even surgery in some cases. A spasm in severity results in a foot cramp.
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