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Can Jumping Rope Strengthen Feet And Arches
Likely: They need support. Wear an orthotic or arch support when performing this excercise next time. ...Read more
My friend hurt his foot a week ago jumping forcefully trying to make a loud noise and the arch of his foot is bruised it hurts his heel and ball too?
?FRACTURE: Your friend needs to get this evaluated by a physician. A xray may be needed. ...Read more
Need you to : To be more specific of precisely where on the foot. ...Read more
I'm on prageblin for jumping nerve in my foot.they make me very sleepy is there any way to counteract this.
Speak to physician: Sure thing. Lots of options but your physician should decide the best course of action. ...Read more
Is it OK to exercise bare foot at home as I'm just using an exercise band and no jumping involved.will it hurt my foot?
Exercise: Your feet should be OK if you start slowly and increase the duration of your exercise with exercise bands each week. If any redness or soreness develops on the bottom of your feet, you should make an appointment with primary physician and possible x-ray of affected foot. ...Read more
When I jump even the smallest height, and I'm about to land, this wave of pain flows from the tips of my toes then throughout my foot. What's wrong?
Possible back/Foot : It's possible that you're getting referee pain from a back condition or that you have developed a benign nerve tumor called a morton's neuroma(google back pain and parasthesias and m. Neuroma). Also, assuming you don't have dis eyes or rare taking certain meds, these also might be an unlikely cause. Lastly, certain growth plate conditions can cause these symptoms in your age group. See a neurologist. ...Read more
I think I pulled a tendon in my foot while jumping off the fence, how long should that take to heal?
I have pain on the bottom outer side of foot and only occurs when I am jumping/running on my toes pain disappears minutes after I stop activity?
The 1st thing that I would do is try a different shoe.
If this is not helpful your local podiatrist can look into this for you. ...Read more
Can jumping from elevation, say, 10 feet, and landing with all your weight on one foot damage the soleus?
If U land on Ur-:
-toes. This would stress the gastric-soleus complex that terminates as the Achilles tendon.
If Ur Achilles is ok & U felt a snap & have pain in the upper leg on Ur inner aspect, a common injury is 2 the planterus muscle. If so U get a lot of bruising that gravitates 2 the ankle.
It is 1 of those extra muscles & tendons U can do without. Often used as a tendon graft as palmaris in the hand. ...Read more
Complex answer: Foot pain when you jump can be due to may reasons. Most common will be some overuse of the muscles or tendons. You can also have stress fracture or have a pinched nerve tendonitis all of which can lead to pain. Also, depends on where the pain is located in the foot. Of course if you hurt yoursel like a slip and fall, you can also have broken bones. So you can see there are many reason for foot pain. ...Read more
I was jumping and dancing around on concrete yesterday and now whenever I point my foot it hurts my ankle. What could this be?
Ankle pain: Pain with extension of the ankle joint usually means there is damage in the joint or surrounding the joint. Getting an exam will give you a diagnosis and treatment plan that you may need. Best wishes! ...Read more
Just felt a pop in the bot to of my foot by the heal while jumping foe a spike in volleyball. Same foot that I just had plantar fasciitis in.
Get examined: Your history suggests either a tear of your plantar fascia or Achilles' tendon. An examination by an orthopedic surgeon would easily differentiate the two. Other injuries ( 5 th metatarsal fractures, for instance)should be ruled out as well. Best of Luck! ...Read more
On and off worsening pain in the ball of my foot/ base of my big toe. Started after jumping off a 10 m platform at diving practice. What could it be?
Nose or toes dive.: There is a lot more structure to the area than meets the eye. You have injured, to some extent, one or more of these structures. A good evaluation should be able to isolate the possibilities. Irritation of the flexor tendons or sesamoid bones are a possibility. Best to have it checked out sooner rather than later. Left untreated, your problem could get a lot worse. ...Read more
Yesterday I hurt my foot pretty bad jumping down the stairs, the pain is bearable but i'm hearing and feel like a clicking or grinding noise, is it broken?
See A Podiatrist: It may be broken or you may have sprained a ligament. In either case, time is of the essence and I would strongly suggest seeking care from a podiatrist to minimize any further damage. Otherwise, you may develop arthritis and instability in the future and it may never heal correctly. ...Read more
While running, the bottom of my right foot on the left side starting hurting and really started hurting after jumping on a trampoline.?
I was Jumping up in the air I came down on the side outside of my foot up near my baby toe directly under It's turning purple and swelling hurts?
Sprain/Fracture: You most likely sustained a sprain/ fracture in this area and should get a xray and treatment for it. Meanwhile, apply ice packs for 15 to 20minutes 3 to 4 times a day and if not pregnant,have a contraindication or allergic to NSAIDS, use as dosed on the bottle for pain relief. Rest and elevate the foot. Hope you feel better ...Read more
Tremor mean shaking? Thought I had tremors but google said it involve shaking and I'm not shaking. More like jumping under skin or my foot will jerk.
Lo was jumping and landed on outside of foot wrong. It's not too swollen and she can walk on it. But it hurts her a little to run&jump. Sprain? Remedy?
Apply ice: Apply ice and have her take it easy for a few days. If she is still having difficulty in a few days have a podiatrist examine her. ...Read more
My 2 year old landed awkwardly while jumping and now walks with a limp on his right leg. He walks on the ball of his right foot. What could it be?
Sprint or fracture: Check with his pediatrician or doc in ER. He might need a leg X- ray to figure it out. ...Read more
My right foot is numb, is it nerve damage it's been like that two days, is it because I jump rope. I go to the gym every day and im physically fit.
Generic response: Could be injury to localized nerve secondary to exercise. If over outside foot, could be sural nerve, but over sole of foot, tarsal tunnel issue, over dorsum of foot near great toe, dorsal sensory branch of peroneal nerve. Maybe a visit to your doctor can clarify. Minor nerve issues can be transient and reversible. ...Read more
3 months ago, began jump roping. After 6 weeks, right foot toes numb after a few minutes jumping. Stopped. Now 4 toes on both feet going numb daily?
Need an evaluation:
This sounds like nerve injury, and with that many toes is more localized to the foot then any other side. You need cushioning, and I am
questioning, that maybe at this point a different sport ...Read more
I get a sharp pain in my left ankle when I'm playing basketball when I jump or try to explode off my left foot what is the cause of that?
Ankle pain: When jumping can be a sign of a ligament injury, cartilage damage or tendonitis. This can be prevented and/or treated after getting an exam done. Check with a Podiatrist for proper diagnosis and treatment plan if needed. Make sure to always stretch well before and after any activity! ...Read more
Hi, my left-hand pinky often starts jumping. I get the same sensation in my right foot. It started a week or so ago. Any ideas or suggestions?
Rolled foot inwards, swollen a bit after 1 week, can walk and jump on it with no pain, sore to touch and if stretched, how long before I can playsport?
2-4 weeks: Sounds like a mild or grade 1 sprain or tear of ankle ligaments. Rule of thumb is if you can walk on you toes without a sensation of instability or weakness you can consider returning to sports. Up on your toes is the most unstable position for your ankle. Remember also you must crawl before you walk, walk before you run and run before you cut and jump: i.e. Natural progression of recovery. ...Read more
I have been feeling pain in foot, back of my left knee recently,believed to have been caused by jumping from a moving object, what do u think?
Leg pain.: You might have pulled muscles or tendons of left leg. But without more information, I recommend you to get some evaluation to make sure it is not something else. ...Read more
Foot is healed after jones fracture but now swollen but no pain after jumping on it. Should i be concerned?
Refracture is poss--: Ibility but generally that would have associated pain as well. I would report to your orthopod and get a xray. ...Read more