Bursitis Foot Treatment
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Are you suffering from inflammation, swelling or other painful symptoms of Foot Bursitis? Is Foot Bursitis pain affecting your work, sleep or lifestyle?
If so, then it can be quite mentally challenging to deal with. Bursitis in the foot can often make even everyday activities difficult, dramatically impacting your quality of life. This resulting change in lifestyle, combined with the ongoing pain and disrupted sleep, may possibly lead to depression in some individuals.
Hence, it is important to make sure that you properly address this as early as possible.
The OSMO Patch together with proper rest now offers an intelligent natural alternative for relieving the pain and inflammation associated with foot bursitis.
Continue reading below if you would like to learn more about bursitis in the foot and discover how the OSMO Patch may help you.
To learn more about foot bursitis and how the OSMO Patch in conjunction with proper rest is used to relieve the pain and reduce the inflammation and swelling associated with bursitis in the feet please continue reading below.
What is foot bursitis?
Throughout the body there are hundreds of small lubricated sacs that act as cushions to help reduce friction and pressure between bones, tendons and muscles moving across each other… these are called bursas. These bursa sacs are also located throughout the foot and when the foot undergoes stress or other injury then they can become inflamed and swell causing intense pain and discomfort… this condition is known as foot bursitis.
Bursitis foot pain often occurs:
- In and around the toes
- Ball of the foot, and
- Heel (Heel Bursitis, Retrocalcaneal Bursitis, Achilles Bursitis)
Causes of foot bursitis?
Some of the more common causes for bursitis in the foot include:
- Prolonged stress to the foot
- A sudden impact to the foot
- Repetitive movements, stress and strain to the hip
- Poor foot wear
- Underlying inflammatory condition
What are some of the signs & symptoms of foot bursitis?
Signs and symptoms of bursitis in the foot may include;
- Pain wearing certain footwear,
- Pain when walking, jogging or running,
- Tenderness and discomfort in the toes, ball of the foot or heel,
What are the Current Treatment Options for Foot Bursitis?
As this is a type of soft tissue injury (STI), then a suitable treatment that could be administered in the first 24 – 72 hours may include rest and ice in order to minimize the amount of inflammation and swelling. Whilst this will initially reduce pain and inflammation when standing, it is often not enough to resolve the injury.
Instead the pain under the foot will often continue to become worse over time, leading to further swelling, increased discomfort and worsening pain.
When this occurs, the individual will normally then visit a doctor to learn what treatment options are available. Unfortunately there has been very little advancement when it comes to foot bursitis treatments. This generally means that your doctor will likely only suggest just a few alternative treatment options.
In general most doctors will either suggest anti-inflammatory drugs or steroid injections to hopefully reduce the pain and swelling. Also if there is noticeable swelling under the foot, then your doctor may further recommend draining the inflamed bursa with a syringe to remove the excess fluid, a steroid injection, or even surgery in extreme cases.
Unfortunately, for many individuals suffering pain and discomfort from foot bursitis the above treatments discussed may just not be suitable and this could be for several reasons such as:
- Many people would have already tried one or more of the above treatments with little to no benefit.
- Some people may have pre-existing medical conditions or allergies that do not allow them to use certain medications.
- Some people may simply prefer to avoid painful injections or strong medications and instead opt for a natural bursitis foot treatment.
Furthermore, such procedures can be painful and will be seen as invasive by many individuals that are currently suffering from this condition. Alternatively some people may simply prefer to first investigate a natural treatment option when dealing with their health.
Fortunately… the OSMO Patch now offers an Intelligent Natural Alternative!
The OSMO Patches have been especially developed to draw fluid out of the body, reducing swelling and the associated pain in conditions such as bursitis in the foot.
Simply stick the OSMO Patch over the area of the foot where pain or inflammation occurs prior to going to sleep. The patches will then go to work reducing inflammation by removing fluid and stimulating blood flow continually all through the night while you sleep. Then when you wake in the morning the used patch is removed and simply discarded.
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The OSMO Patch is an ideal natural alternative for relieving inflammation, swelling and associated pain due to foot bursitis.
Used in combination with proper rest the OSMO Patch now provides a natural alternative way to support the relief of inflammation and pain associated with a bursitis under the foot.
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So if you are ready for a natural & effective approach to supporting the relief of inflammation and pain caused by bursitis in the foot then the OSMO Patch is the Answer!
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Disclaimer: The information on this page is intended for individuals who have been medically diagnosed with bursitis in the foot. If you suspect that you have bursitis in the foot then it is important to visit a qualified medical professional in order to rule out any other possible causes prior to considering any advice or treatment option.