Lateral pressure on foot creates pain...??

I have been to my family Physician, and am getting a nerve conduction test for slight numbing on the bottoms of my feet and toes. I also meet all the symptoms of Plantar fasciitis: sharp, knifelike pain, when I first get up in the mornings for the first few steps, also when standing up after sitting for a short period of time. This is driving me nuts! But here is my question...what would cause the intense pain in my right foot with the slightest pressure (like squeezing my foot from the sides)? It wakes me at night, just the slightest bit of pressure from the sheets on that foot when I lay on my side. My podiatrist pressed between my toes, nothing. Tapped on the sides, nothing. But you squeeze it, even ever-so-gently and WOW, it hurts. Imagine holding the foot in your hand with your thumb just below the big toe and your other fingers just below the little toe, then squeeze, it'll hurt.

Any thoughts??

Posted By D. L. Hill on July 27, 2004 at 18:32:22:

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