According to the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons or ACFAS, tarsal tunnel syndrome occurs when the posterior tibial nerve is compressed or squeezed as it passes through the tarsal tunnel. The tarsal tunnel is a small space on the inside of the ankle through which arteries, veins, tendons and nerves must pass. Some types of foot conditions may be debilitating or excruciatingly painful, including stress fractures, arthritis and gout. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons or AAOS, stress fractures may develop due to overtraining, wearing inappropriate footwear or performing harmful training techniques.
Sudden (acute) injuries – such as ligament sprains, muscle strains, and bone fractures – can occur during sports activities or simply activities like walking on uneven surfaces. Occupations that require long periods of standing or walking can also cause stress to the structures in the foot, leading to painful conditions such as stress fractures, plantar fasciitis, arthritis, and tendonitis. Footwear can also cause foot injury. For instance, wearing shoes that fit too tightly or have high heels can cause bunions, misalignment of the toes, or other foot pain. Additionally, some conditions like diabetes, arthritis, and bursitis can cause painful symptoms in the feet. Arthritis
under the ball of the foot. walking standing and curling toes down ward cause alot of pain. i do not have flat foot. does any one have any idea on what it is? the pain has been there for about 2 days. You may have a pinched nerve, but call your doctor just to be sure. If you do not have the time for that, go to a walk-in clinic and they should be able to help you. Good luck! There are a number of possible things going on to cause what you describe. I ll give you all my general thoughts and advise on using a stationary bike.
EDs may be placed on top of existing insoles (if there is room without constricting the feet), or the shoe insoles may be removed. Using wide width shoes or open-toed sandals is another option to properly accommodate EDs. If the shoe does not accommodate all aspects of the insole, they may be trimmed with scissors as necessary. Once properly placed, the feel of the insole seems to disappear and the foot feels immediate relief. Once used for a time, it is almost impossible to tolerate shoes without them. E.As with any type of exercise you need to stretch first and also include a warm up and cool down time.
The reason for this severe agony is a condition called over pronation. You can control the pain by wearing insoles. There are other factors that can lead to top of foot pain. Ganglions which are sacs of jelly-like fluid develop following a tear in the joint capsules. The Ganglions form on the top of the foot and are also reasons for top of foot pain. If you still have pain after doing these exercises, you may need some arch supports in your shoes. If your problem is mild, you can buy them at any drug store. If the arches are very bad, your doctor may need to prescribe special ones.