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Foot, Bottom View (Plantar)

Do you have pain on the bottom of your foot? Heel pain? Arch pain? Pain in your toes?


Pain on the bottom of the foot can indicate the presence of many conditions. Most commonly:

  • Plantar fasciitis (heel pain or arch pain)
  • Bunions
  • Fractures of the metatarsals (bones connecting the midfoot to the toes)
  • Dislocated toes
  • Plantar warts
  • Diabetic peripheral neuropathy
  • Flat feet
  • Sesamoiditis
  • Morton's Neuroma
  • or many other conditions

If you're experiencing significant pain or discomfort on the bottom of your foot, please make an appointment at PA Foot and Ankle Associates for an evaluation.

Foot, bottom view (plantar)

Using your mouse, point to the area of your foot that's giving you pain, or use the links next to the image.

foot bottom plantar view

I have pain in my arch I have pain in my foot when I put weight on it Ball of my foot hurts and feels like I'm standing on a pebble I have a sharp, burning pain in the ball of my foot The joint of my big toe gets stiff and occasionally painful One or more of my toes are sore I have pain when I walk and small lumps on the bottom of my foot I have pain in my arch whenever I exercise I have pain in my heel

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