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Whenever I stand or play sports for a long time my ankles have a burning sensation in the front, what's going on?
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In brief: Over use
You may need to be evaluated for orthotics.

In brief: Over use
You may need to be evaluated for orthotics.
Dr. Alan Ettinger
Dr. Alan Ettinger
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Dr. Brian Macy
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: 1
There are many issues to work through, including shoewear, foot position, relevant anatomy, and type and duration of exercise.
If both feet are affected, then your shoes may be too tight or laced in the wrong area, or their could be an anatomical variant contributing to symptoms. A period of rest may help. Otherwise, it would be best to be evaluated for an exam.

In brief: 1
There are many issues to work through, including shoewear, foot position, relevant anatomy, and type and duration of exercise.
If both feet are affected, then your shoes may be too tight or laced in the wrong area, or their could be an anatomical variant contributing to symptoms. A period of rest may help. Otherwise, it would be best to be evaluated for an exam.
Dr. Brian Macy
Dr. Brian Macy
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry
In brief: Possible
Neuropathy (compressed or strained nerve.
) or possibly tendonitis..

In brief: Possible
Neuropathy (compressed or strained nerve.
) or possibly tendonitis..
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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