Top Of Foot Pain?
Top Of Foot Pain: The most common symptoms seen are numbness, burning and tingling. Especially while running or walking!
Is Your Problem At The Top Of The Foot?
Note: Say no if it is anything but at the top.
Say Yes To Top Of Foot Pain If:
- If the pain is at the front of your ankle or top of the foot.
- If you have any bumps or lumps on top of the foot.
- If you have numbness, burning or tingling.
Say No To Top Of Foot Pain If:
- If the problem at your heel.
- If the problem is at the bottom of the foot or the arch.
- If the problem is at the ball of the foot.
- If the problem is at the toes or toenails.
Top Of Foot Pain Causes:
- The top of foot tingling is usually due to a nerve irritation.
- A bone spur on top of the foot forms due to abnormal friction and stress on the bone.
- If you are a runner or started heavy walking. It is a slow aching pain.
- This happens gradually over days or weeks.
- Ganglionic cysts are soft masses across the top of the foot which are not immediately dangerous!
- These are simply pockets of fluid that pouches out from the joints of your foot bones like a balloon.
- Just like a nerve can get irritated on top of the foot, so can tendons.
- Extensor tendons are the ones responsible for lifting your foot toward your shin.
- They can become irritated from being over worked.