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Crps it hurts to walk but not to bike?

May 30, 2016 12:26 AM

Ok,So I'm totally confused my foot hurts to walk on but when I ride my bike it hurts less.I was riding my bike with one of my friends and it didn't hurt to ride my bike as much as it did to walk.I realized that I was pushing with my toe.I decided to try pedaling with the spot that hurt and my pain increased.why dose it hurt really bad in one spot and the rest is fine?.Dose this happen to anyone else?.

May 30, 2016 12:38 AM

I forgot to tell Everyone my Final amount raised for pennies for leukemia our grand total is $ 3,900

May 30, 2016 1:20 PM

Horsesnuggler, way to go on the fundraiser!!!! How absolutely awesome. The problem with your foot hurting more in the one spot than others may be because the nerves are either damaged or over sensitive in that area. When you're horseback riding and have the ball of your foot in the stirrup does that cause more pain or less. These are things you should be mindful of and wrote down which foot positions hurt more or less and get an idea of where on your foot hurts more when you are walking, etc. It's possible you're dealing with plantar fascitis. Where that tendon is either damaged, torn, crushed or just enflamed. You should ask your doctor about it. You may dealing with something that's not RSD. It's possible you were misdiagnosed or have another problem along with it. I hope your doctor is able to give you some answers. {{{Hugs}}} 💕🙏🏻🌻😊

May 30, 2016 3:30 PM

Congrats on the fund raiser!! Besides the plantar fascitis AlwayZ mentioned, there are other issues in the floor that could be causing problems. I had a Morton's neuroma behind the tires, just in the fatty pads of the foot. It took injections and rest to let it heal. Hugs & prayers as you track your symptoms, and hopefully find the cause & cute soon! 🙂💕🙏🌼

May 31, 2016 12:42 AM

I have 1 spot where the CRPS pain has stayed, stuck there. Ruled out for tendinitis, plantar fasciitis, neuroma, fracture, etc. it's highly frustrating to try to sort out if it is CRPS nerve pain or structural. I go back and forth with seeing different specialists but haven't gotten any clear answers. 6 different opinions in the last year. Listen to your body and stop when the pain increases. Taking care of CRPS is very specific, as is all different sorts of pain. I have had many flares while trying to rehab bc doctors therapists et al don't know how to treat chronic pain. I started recently using a TENS unit and infrared lamp on my pain spot. Lmk if I can help anyone with a link. Take care!

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