Why Do the Soles of My Feet Burn?

Answer

The common cause of a burning sensation in the feet is improper footwear. This sensation may also be caused by medical conditions such as morton's neuroma, metatarsalgia and plantar fasciitis. It is advisable to visit a doctor if this condition becomes persistent in order to diagnose the underlying problem.
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