I too had this, or, still do, but it's under control for the most part. I tried all that I could, especially watching YouTube videos, that was very
helpful to understand what was going, it sure helped me feel better mentally anyway.
I dealt with it without going to any doctor, but I read something once that made sense, get Skechers round bottom tennis shoes. The shoes I bought
were what appealed to my tastes, yours may vary if this is something that you feel may be for you. (See link below) I will say that within a week I
started to actually heal from all of my very painful feet, feet that have been completely pain-free my entire life. Anyway, I will say this, if you
STAND a lot, do not get these, standing on a round-toed shoe doesn't sound good because it isn't. One day I was at a lake and I stood talking for
around 6 hours and all of my pain came back again, I had to start over again. I really, REALLY believe in these things though, these are what turned
it around for me, well that and foot exercises. (YouTube is the best place for those as you are probably aware)
That and inserts. A guy I know mentioned that the only thing that worked for him was this particular brand of inserts, so I thought I would try them,
they were definitely better than the Doctor Scholl's I had been using, it definitely felt better using them.
My particular style of Skechers are no longer made from what I was told, so I had to pay extra due to the short supply of them, I looked all over, the
best place I could find was Amazon, they beat out eBay too.
After I received my shoes I found some Nikes that appeared to be made really similar to Skechers, they may work also, I don't have a link, but you
might search and see if you are interested.
Daily foot exercises, Skechers, and the shoe inserts, that is what did it for me. I still have pain daily, but it's something I can live with,
compared to what I had I am really happy!
I have heard from quite a few people that the (supposedly very painful) cortisone shots did the trick, but for me that would just be masking the pain,
not an actual healing, but I could be wrong.
Shoes... (Since some of these are no longer made the price 'may vary' according to sizes they have in stock)
I'm sorry I don't know how to make a proper link...