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Why do my feet hurt when I do jumping jacks and box jumps etc?

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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry
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Examine your feet to answer the question.
You can try looking at your feet while standing and looking in a mirror to see if you are flatfooted as the jumping may be putting additional stress on the foot and /or perhaps wearing an orthotic would take some stress off the foot during these activities.

In brief: One would have to

Examine your feet to answer the question.
You can try looking at your feet while standing and looking in a mirror to see if you are flatfooted as the jumping may be putting additional stress on the foot and /or perhaps wearing an orthotic would take some stress off the foot during these activities.
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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In brief: See below

It could just be from the pressure or jarring from the exercise themselves.
Try using a gel innersole in your shoe to absorb the shock.

In brief: See below

It could just be from the pressure or jarring from the exercise themselves.
Try using a gel innersole in your shoe to absorb the shock.
Dr. Arnold Beresh
Dr. Arnold Beresh
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