Gradual onset foot pain

Sesamoiditis

Sesamoiditis

Sesamoiditis is of the small sesamoid bones under the base of the big toe. It is an overuse injury causing gradual pain in the forefoot. You are particularly at risk if you have had a …

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Metatarsals - Metatarsalgia

Metatarsalgia

Metatarsalgia can be a bit of an umbrella term used to cover any forefoot pain. Here we explain the symptoms, causes and treatment of Metatarsalgia. Metatarsalgia Symptoms Symptoms typically consist of pain in the forefoot …

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Bunion

Bunion

A bunion (also known as hallux valgus) is a painful swelling on the inside of the big toe. It develops gradually over time. Often the big toe will look as if it is bent in …

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Mortons Neuroma - syndrome

Morton’s Neuroma

Morton’s neuroma or Morton’s syndrome is a compressed nerve in your forefoot, causing pain between the third and fourth toes. Here we explain the symptoms, causes, and treatment, as well as how to apply tape …

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Tarsal bones - tarsal coalition

Tarsal Coalition

Tarsal coalition is a fusion or sticking together of the tarsal bones in the foot. The tarsals are 7 bones located at the back of the foot. It is a congenital disease meaning you are …

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Cuboid syndrome

Cuboid Syndrome

Cuboid syndrome occurs when the Cuboid bone in the foot partially dislocates. It often occurs in conjunction with peroneal tendonitis. Here we explain the symptoms, causes and treatment of Cuboid syndrome. Symptoms Symptoms are very …

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