Strain,painful & swollen feet arch when roller blading!

Hi All...

Honestly, I have no idea which section this should lies in...pardon me if I'm in wrong place.

I'm checking this information for my boyfriend,Age: 32.

Just few mins after he start roller blading, he tend to get this sharp painful feeling at the centre arch of both foot. The pain comes really quick,he can't even blade for more than 30mins.

If he persist of blading,the pain will travel backward to heel and up of the calf. Swollen buns will be found on the centre arch of both foot,the bun is about the half size of egg. The buns and pain will slowly subside after stopping,heals good in about 4-5hrs.

The pain & syptoms happened when he used to ice skate too. The pain seems only comes when he put on high-cut tight boots. He had another similar encounter,when he is younger,he tried putting on army boots,which gave him the same syptom,except the pain is lesser. Then,the problem was corrected when he change to a thicker shoe sole. Now,he had changed the blades' shoes sole,but he still get the pain,the sole doesn't helps.

Except for the high-cut boot wears,his feet are serving him good & fine in the normal wears of sport shoes, leather shoes & slippers. We took up roller blading together,but the pain is so unbearble that he had to give up the love for it. Sadly,I have no other companies too. AND~the shoes are not even 2mths old!!!

Thank you for your patience thru the story! Hope to get HELP here!!!!! We really hopes to keep the sport!

Yours truly,
Xuly Gal

Posted By Xuly on December 31, 2004 at 04:33:08:

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