For those experiencing foot pain—plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, hammer toes, Achilles tendonitis, bunions and more (oh, so much more)—you’re not alone. There are a bajillion reasons your dogs might be barking—from standing on your feet all day to wearing shoes without the arch or ankle support you need. So how do you remedy this when you need to use your feet every day? We’ve come up with a list of 100 ways to reduce foot pain. From visiting the right type of professional to purchasing a $10 spiky little red ball (trust us on this one), the specific relief you need is right around the corner. Here are 101 ways to reduce foot pain, broken down by:
Now let’s go save some feet.
1. Visit a podiatrist
A podiatrist is a doctor who is focused on the foot and ankle. Your primary care provider can probably give you a great recommendation for a specialist, like a…