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85 Possible Causes for Difficulty Walking on Heels

  • Exostosis

    He had difficulty in walking for the last year.[] He had always had difficulty in walking afterwards due to pain in the hind foot on weight bearing and abnormal prominence under the heel.[] After three months of sustained injury, the patient began to walk with a limp and also had noticed hard swelling under the heel.[]

  • Heelspur

    […] cases, difficulty walking.[] Heel Spur Symptoms Symptoms may be very similar to those of plantar fasciitis and can include pain and tenderness at the base of the heel, pain on weight bearing and in severe[]

  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    […] with the heel-to-toe motion in walking.[] […] the heels.[] L5 nerve impingement (at the L4-L5 level) from a herniated disc can cause symptoms such as weakness in extending the big toe and potentially in the ankle, which leads to difficulty[]

  • Bunion

    Complications of bunions include infection of the bunion and inflammation and arthritic changes in other joints as a result of difficulty in walking.[] Padding the bunion Ice applications several times a day Difficulty walking and wearing shoes Conservative treatment measures can help relieve the discomfort of a bunion, however[] High-heeled shoes should not be worn for longer than three hours at a time.[]

  • Bursitis

    […] trouble doing everyday activities like getting dressed, showering, carrying objects, walking or exercising difficulty sleeping well due to pain and discomfort feeling very[] The most common symptoms of bursitis include: ( 9 ) joint pain and tenderness in the hips, knees, shoulders, elbows, wrists or heels discomfort in certan muscles and bones[]

  • Ligament Tear

    […] a pop or tearing in the foot, the collapsing of the arch, pain when toes are bent upward, and difficulty walking, adds Victor Nwosu, D.P.M., a foot and ankle surgeon at The[] Other symptoms include: intense pain in the heel or arch while walking or at rest, a painful lump in the arch of the foot or heel with swelling or bruising, hearing or feeling[]

  • Spondylolisthesis

    Her neurological exam demonstrates difficulty with heel-walking and normal patellar tendon reflexes bilaterally. Pedal pulses are present.[] She can walk for about 3 minutes before the pain becomes unbearable. It is relieved only when she sits down or bends forward.[]

  • Familial Hypercholesterolemia

    The patient was a 49-year-old male who presented to our clinic with complaints of difficulty walking and swelling in both heels.[]

  • Sciatica

    Difficulty while raising the heel off the ground or walking on tiptoes. Weakness in the buttock and foot muscles.[]

  • Sever's Disease

    The symptoms include pain, tenderness, swelling or redness in the heel, and they might have difficulty walking or putting pressure on the heel.[] Children with Sever’s Disease will have: Heel pain and limping, especially after activities such as running or jumping Difficulty walking Swelling or redness in the heel region[] Swelling, redness, and tenderness (which is evident with a gentle squeeze at the back of the heel). Difficulty or limping while walking.[]

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