Beginner Triathlete - Forefoot Injuries articles

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photoWhat could be causing the pain on the top of the foot at the toes? Here are some easy ways to find the cause and possibly end the pain.
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photoMy foot is now in a tremendous amount of pain, it is swollen, and I can barely walk on it at all, it hurts so much. I am still putting the gel on, taking anti inflammatories, and icing. Help!
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photoHow does a stress reaction differ from a stress fracture? This article goes into the diagnosis and treatments of both.
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photoLearn about how metatarsal stress fractures form, how long the healing time is, what medicine to take for pain and how long until you can return to training.
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photoMetatarsalgia simply means “painful metatarsal” without defining the cause of the pain. Metatarsalgia most commonly causes pain at the second metatarsal head.
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photoI have been noticing a pain in my left foot on my longer runs. It is focused on the ball part of my foot, almost a burning type sensation. Typically wiggling my toes around will get it to subside.
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photoIf you’ve ever had the feeling of walking around with a rock in your shoe, then you might understand the first symptoms of Morton’s neuroma.
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photoOn the long bike rides of 80+ miles I get very strong pain in my toes. I slow down my pace and I might recover, but when I hit the next hill it is back. Could this be some kind of circulation issue?
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photoI am a 36 y/o male and this will be my fifth season doing triathlons. I have noticed that whenever I run for any period of time over 40 minutes I get a "pins and needles" feeling in my right foot.
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photoEarlier this year I had 2 stress fractures on my left foot. Both requiring 6 weeks rest. I am finally running injury free. How likely am I to get a stress fracture in the same location?
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photoPain at the ball of the foot, or the forefoot, is a common complaint in athletes. Learn about the causes of this pain which can stem from stress fractures, neuromas and more.
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photoIs there anything that I can do to lessen the chances of stress fractures. I have had no luck with the doctors I have seen. Some have advised orthotics, some say there is nothing that can be done.
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photoPainful bunions are notoriously difficult to treat. There is a lack of strong scientific evidence to make any definitive recommendations but there are a few things you can do.
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photoLearn how blisters are formed and some tips on how to prevent blisters and what to do if you get a blister.
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photoSuggestions for other activities to do while recovering from a stress fracture.
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