Often suffer from "pads" of the foot because of uncomfortable shoes. Usually when it is removed, the discomfort slowly go away. They completely disappear, usually after having been made warm foot bath. However, you must keep in mind that if you wear on a regular basis, uncomfortable shoes, "pads" may appear at first corns and then calluses. Because of them, the pain will each time only increase. Therefore, it is important to wear comfortable shoes and to rest the feet after a long walk. In addition, it is recommended to use special patches against corns.

Arthrosis, arthritis and athlete's foot

Arthrosis and arthritis can also cause pain in the "pads" on the feet. This is due to the flow of the inflammatory process. It should stop and begin a comprehensive treatment. Because the discomfort in this area of the foot is only a signal that the disease has moved into the serious form.

Pain in the "pads" on the feet occurs in the presence of mycosis. It is a fungal disease, it affects the skin and causes discomfort. Along with this can be observed on the "pads" and the area around them redness and peeling. All this may be accompanied by severe itching. To get rid of pain and other signs of this disease, it is necessary to conduct the treatment using antifungal drugs. They usually come in the form of ointments. But they should appoint only the doctor after the examination.

Metatarsalgia and papillomas

Another cause of pain in "the pads" is metatarsalgia. This disease is characterized by inflammation of the joints. When he goes into serious shape, then begin the discomfort in the "pads" of the foot and the area below them. Since in this case the disease affects the metatarsophalangeal joints, which are responsible for the movement of the fingers. Metatarsalgia occurs because of increased load on the legs or injuries. The treatment of this disease, you must exercise only under the supervision of a physician, after it received the results of the survey.

HPV can cause pain in the "pads" of the feet. If present they appear small warts, which are flat or convex with a rough surface. In some cases, they disappear by themselves and the pain goes away with them, but if there is active growth, it shows the removal using cryotherapy or laser.