What to do when you're dealing with a constant sharp pain in the foot

Biocorrect, LLC


Walking your dog. Playing with your grandkids. Cooking dinner. These are just some of the activities that can be more difficult when you have foot pain. 

About 83% of U.S. adults report that chronic foot pain has affected their ability to do normal daily activities. Sharp, constant pain in your foot can be linked to a variety of issues: You could have an overuse injury from too much jogging, such as plantar fasciitis. There are many other issues that could also be causing your pain. To help, here are three treatment techniques that can address your foot pain.

These three treatment techniques can help with chronic sharp pain in your foot

It’s likely that chronic sharp foot pain will keep you from doing activities that you enjoy or need to do. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to give in to this kind of pain. After all, about 41% of people with foot pain say they would do more activities if they didn’t have it. 

Having such a positive mental attitude is vital to treating any type of pain. Combining it with these three treatment options can go a long way toward addressing your foot pain: 

  1. Stretching your feet — Your feet get stiff and sore just like any other part of your body. Moreover, most people neglect to stretch them out before doing physical activity. Some gentle stretches can help reduce stiffness and soreness in your feet. Doing them before jogging and other activities can also help prevent foot injuries and pain. 
  1. Resting your feet — It can be hard to stay off your feet if you are very active or you have a job that keeps you on your feet all day. However, resting your feet a bit can be very beneficial. Elevating your feet while you rest can be even more helpful, and you don’t have to spend hours resting your feet either. Instead, try to take a five-minute break every hour or so while you’re working. 
  1. Adding orthotics to your shoes — Worn-out or low-quality footwear can easily lead to foot pain. Adding orthotics can help provide greater support for your painful feet; they can also cushion your feet, which decreases the stress created by impacts with the ground. In turn, these factors can lead to a significant reduction in foot pain.


Biocorrect can help you address sharp pain in your foot

Are you tired of constantly having to deal with sharp pains in your feet? Our team at Biocorrect is here to help you find custom orthotics that can help address your pain. We’ll start by evaluating the alignment of your feet. We’ll also take a look at the alignment of your lower back, hips, knees and ankles. We can even send you a self-evaluation kit that you can use at home. 

After gathering information about your feet and the source of your pain, we’ll create a pair of custom orthotics for you. These will be specifically designed to address the underlying issues that are causing your pain. 

Take the next step to get our help with your foot pain. Contact us today for more information about how we can help or check out our online store for orthotic options we offer.