In March 2010 I had started a 12 week fitness challenge and was the fittest I had ever being. I was jogging/running 5 to 10km a day on the Treadmill. Having pre-existing knee problems, pain set in, so I was advised by Dr’s and trainer to use the Elliptical Trainer.
Hi – I started doing physical therapy for what my doctor believes in posterior tibial tendonitis. One of the exercises my PT has recommended is to do heel raises. I’ve noticed a really bad pain in my first and second metatarsal area – and to some extent my big toe – when I do the heel raises.
Toenail grows with a weak point (a kind of subtle line) and eventually cracks along that line. Can be pretty painful when it does eventually split. Any ideas on how to prevent this toenail from breaking?
Good morning! Last week (Thursday, May 14) I missed the last step at home and fell, landing completely on the side of my foot… it was so incredibly painful. I went to the ER, had x-rays, etc, and found out I had broken my 5th metatarsal
Hi All, I have an ongoing chronic foot pain which has been affecting my daily life for the past 3 to 4 years. The pain is in between the first & second metatarsal webspacing/junction & travels to under the arch of my foot (Right foot). It all started 4 years ago when I was playing soccer & injured my big toe.
Hello, I have had ongoing ankle pain for the past two months, I saw an orthopedic doctor and they put me in a walking boot and had me start physical therapy. My X-ray showed no signs of a broken bone, so my Doctor thought it may be peroneal tendonitis.
I recently noticed sharp pain on the inside of my ankle, and after digging around online I’ve concluded it’s definitely my posterior tibial tendon, under the bony ball on the inside of my ankle. I’ve played soccer all of my life and I just finished my 4 years of college soccer. Now I play in an adult league and find a lot of pain whenever I run, but eventually after running for 10-15 minutes the pain goes away.