My 3 year old complains of feet pain in the middle of the night or when we got on long car rides. I asked the Dr. about this and she said it is not growing pains, growing pains are in the long bones of the legs not little bones in feet. She said it could be his shoes, so I am going to buy him some better shoes, but from other responses, that might not work. I even went to a chiropractor thinking it was a pinched nerve or something and I thought it was working until this weekend. I do agree it does happen more when he is active and over tired. I will have the chiropractor check out his posterior tibial nerve, as the person above recommended. I'll keep you posted if this is his problem or not.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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