Kelli in TN Posted July 4, 2008 Share Posted July 4, 2008 Some of you may remember I started having some serious issues with my left heel after teaching VBS for a week, standing on concrete floors in cheapo, worn out Payless shoes. I bought some Clarks and some Rykas and some Tevos (that I have to send back because they are too tight). I have been wearing the Clarks and the Rykas all the time, even around the house and my heel has healed up nicely. But we spent the whole day walking around St. Louis. I wore my Rykas and I was fine for about 4-5 hours, but I am back at the hotel and everytime I try to stand up my left heel hurts so badly I am ready to crumple to the floor. So, do I need heat (dh suggests soaking the foot in the hot tub downstairs) or cold (I could fill the trash can with ice and wrap my foot in a towel and rest it in the ice) Hot or cold? Or neither? What could help me get a little better here? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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