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Pain in foot arch

Tags: feet

I have a pain in the arch of my foot when I start walking them it disappears.

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The answer

This can be caused by several things, footwear, foot position at rest or inflammation of the tendons within the foot or even being flat footed. As you state the pain disappears when you walk this suggests positional issue or muscle issue. I would suggest you see your GP if this persists for diagnosis.

Answered by the Health at Hand nurses  

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