I went skimboarding at beach about 4 or 5 days ago and i think i twist my back to hard. This week my lower side of my back been hurting when ever i bend over or put on my pants or tie my laces. When ...
What does it mean if it hurts like hell to walk barefoot. It never used to. I am 32. Anybody got a clue?
I walked barefoot from my car to my house and the rocks stung the bottom of my feet even after I was inside for several minutes. Is there something I should be concerned with. This never happend to me before.
You best see a Doctor could be diabetes or shingles
There might be some type of fungus on the rocks that your feet is reacting to.
planter fascia perhaps.
do you walk bare foot a lot? if it is not something you do all the time then that is why it hurts because your feet are not used to it. the more you walk barefoot the less it should hurt. if it dose not stop hurting and you notice that you are becoming more sensitive to pain in general you might want to bring it up to your Dr. it could be a symptom to something bigger si if your Dr says noting is wrong but you just to feel right you should see a few different Dr.'s
you may be forming spurs on the bottom of your feet i say u need a doc trip
as with the rest of your body, with age your feet get more tender, and more things seem to hurt them.
maybe the rocks were smaller
Maybe you have a corn or bunion
It means that you probably did this outdoors as a kid, and haven't done it nearly as much as an adult. So, you're feet aren't as tough as they were. I'm 32 also, and I've noticed a change in the hurt when I walk in gravel barefooted. I'm from Eastern KY, and I grew up barefoot. Now I'm a medical professional, and don't anymore.
If you don't go barefoot for a long time the soles of your feet soften and become more sensitive. If you want to go barefoot regularly it would be best to start with just a little at a time and gradually increase as your soles harden up.
When I was little I lived on a tropical island and always went barefoot. I could walk on a coral reef. After a while living in a city and wearing shoes all the time I couldn't walk barefoot on rough roads.