I am a male, 75, 185 ibs and 5’11″+. I have had 15 years of bladder, colon and skin cancer(nothing last 10 yrs), I have Type II diabetes, I had an ischemic event on March 22 this year with 3 total blockages in the three arteries feeding the heart. I have a recurring foot pain that happens about every 6 weeks and lasts for 2 weeks. It is normally in the left foot but may be in the right, this current event started in both feet but moved to almost totally the right foot. The pain is in several places, from the rigid tissue (muscle or tendon?) from the big toe to the ankle. Sore to the touch. Cannot bear weight on the ball of the foot. The ankle is very sore. For about 4 days of the event, walking is extremely difficult and I must use supports of some kind to move at all. This time is normally spent in a chair. I can find no relief. My doctors won’t allow pain medications because of the heart failure. It has been diagnosed as absolutely gout and absolutely not gout multiple times. It has been diagnosed as planter fasciitis and not that. It has been doubted that it is neuropathy because of the periodic nature. I seriously need some help.