Pain On Top Of The Foot When Walking
Pain On Top Of The Foot When Walking: Find out the most common causes of foot pain while walking. Then learn how to treat it!
The Most Common Causes Are:
- This is by far the most common pain in the arch of your foot.
- 15% of all people around the world have it.
- If it feels painful in the morning & painful after walks, this is the first thing you should consider.
- Plantar fasciitis is usually related to flat foot & is due to the stretching of the tissues in the middle of your foot!
- This is when you have a large bone bump on top of your foot.
- This large bump can compress against the top of your shoe.
- The two bones also abnormally grind together while you walk causing pain.
- This will likely have already caused arthritis over the years in your midfoot.
- But there are still many ways to make it feel much better & like it never happened at all!
- There is a nerve that runs across the top of your foot.
- If it rubs against the top of your foot & compresses over time, this can lead to nerve pain.
- Nerve pain is burning, numbness & tingling.
- This nerve pain can be severely reduced & treated.
- A sprain in the top of the foot or the arch is called a Lisfranc sprain.
- In most cases it is usually only a sprain that lasts a couple days to a couple weeks.
- If you sprained your midfoot, learn how to fix it!
- A ganglionic cyst is a fluid filled sac on top of your foot.
- This develops as joint fluid from between the foot joints.
- It is mostly harmless but needs assessment by a podiatrist!