The treatment of foot pain depends on the underlying causes. Most of the time, pain in the feet is caused by wearing shoes that do not support the feet properly, dry skin and the appearance of cracks, or staying in the same position for many hours, which hinders venous return may cause edema.
However, when the pain in the feet is located in a certain region, is constant, very strong, and appears as soon as you put your feet on the floor when you wake up, it is important you visit an orthopedist to get tests that can help find the cause of this pain. That is, after diagnosis, the orthopedic doctor should outline a treatment plan according to the pathology (or disease) responsible for the pain.
However, for foot pains that are not as serious, below are effective remedies that work to relieve this pain.
Scald Your Feet
The first strategy to combat foot pain is to scald your feet with slightly hot water, but enough not to burn your skin, leaving your feet to soak for about 20 to 30 minutes. This strategy is great for when you have been walking all day, if you have been standing for a long time or wearing an uncomfortable or tight shoe, greatly relieving pain in the heel and sole. 
To do this, you should soak your feet in a bowl or bucket, fully immersed for about 20 minutes, and, if possible, you can also add a few drops of essential oil in the water or some eucalyptus leaves. However, don’t scald your feet if you have inflammation. Use ice instead.