At a pedestrian crosswalk, the light turns green, so you rush to the other side of the street. A sharp pain radiates from your foot and through your whole body. Walking becomes more pain, and you have a hard time just getting around without limping. Though the pain is sharp, it fades quickly, so you can add padding in your shoes and wear loose, comfortable footwear to take off some of the pressure. If the symptoms persist, see a doctor.
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