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What Causes The Ball Of Your Foot To Hurt
Foot pain: The ball of the foot can hurt caused by increased pressure. This can cause a neuroma or metatarsal pain. Typically tightness of the achilles contributes to this pain. I recommend stretching the achilles and wearing proper fitting shoes to see if that helps. If not consider seeing your podiatrist for a full work up. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
What causes the ball of my one foot to have a burning sensation? My foot often feels like a burning feeling on the ball of my foot. Touching it does not give off any heat on my hand. I was driving the other day when it started burning and i thought my
Neuroma: Burning in the ball of the foot is indicative of a neuroma, inflamed nerve from irritation from tight and narrow shoes or trauma to forefoot. Treatment usually is reducing the swelling in the nerve: ice, elevating the foot, Motrin or even a steroid injection into the swollen nerve in the foot. An x-ray can be taken to rule out stress fracture. Burning can also be neuropathy if you have diabetes. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
My son jumped off an i door jungle gym and the ball of his bottom foot hurt, is there symptoms i should look for if it is broken?
Foot Injury: Unless you have X-ray vision like Superman or it is obviously deformed, there is no way to tell unless it is examined and X-rayed. I have seen injuries that have massive bruising and swelling and no break. I also have seen injuries with almost no swelling or bruising that are broken. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Metatarsalgia: Pain at the ball of the foot near the base of the toes may be secondary to several causes. The more common reasons include metatarsalgia, stress fractures, mortons neuroma, synovitis, tendinitis, sesmoiditis, and or referred pain. Please see your doctor if symptoms persist to help identify the cause of your symptoms. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Foot problem. It feels like i'm standing on something at the ball of the foot. It doesn't hurt but i'm aware of it. I've had feeling for few months?
Metatarsalgia: What you are describing is probably metatarsalgia or pain under the head of one of the metatarsals. It may be due to a "dropped" metatarsal, swelling(bursae) or the start of a plantar plate injury. Often it is caused by a plantars wart under the weight bearing portion of your forefoot. Get it checked out if it worsens or starts to cause a reactive callous in the area. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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