I have been on my feet, on average, about 13 hours a day. Considering that most people are only awake for 16 hours a day, that should put some things into perspective for you. I am on my feet almost constantly. Not just on my feet either, but moving around, walking, running, climbing and jumping. It’s a tough life on my poor insoles and a life that I would sometimes like to do without. My feet often hurt after a long day, but this last week it’s been getting much worse. It’s getting so bad that I can barely walk by the end of the day and it’s physically painful to do so most of the time. I have to see someone about this, as it’s unbearable.
I need a podiatrist in Cheltenham that can help me as soon as possible. Luckily, I’m able to drive still, which means the one that I looked up (and which is not too far away) is a small ride away. I am soon to be on my way there now, and will let you know what the deal is in an update to the article once I’m done with the foot experts.
I have an update to the podiatry story. I have been trying to get the feet sorted out for a little while and less than two hours after I first went and saw the podiatrist, I am almost completely healed. That’s not exactly true, but it’s not exactly false either. they did some miracle work on me. I can actually walk home today, for the first time in a long time, without feeling any pain. The biggest boon I have had to this foot story is the addition of orthotics to my shoes. It have been like wearing pillows on my feet for the last few hours, and I am loving it. It’s like I’ve got muscle relaxants in my shins and I’ve been riding the wave all afternoon.
I am finally back at work again, after taking the weekend off. I feel so much better, as do my feet, now that I have spoken to an expert about all of it.