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5 year old son with foot pain

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by RSSFeedBot, Nov 13, 2009.

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    Hi my five year old son has been having foot pain for a long long time now he mostly complains at nigth but not every not and at times when he is...

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  2. bren11

    bren11 Member

    my advice is , if the problem has become serious enough where you are posting on a site like this and the pain your son is ongoing, you should take him to see a podiatrist to have him checked out.



    A definitive diagnosis cannot be given without the full assesment from your local podiatrist. Better to be sure


    regards

    Bren
     
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