Outside foot pain

Jones Fracture

Jones fracture is a fracture of the 5th metatarsal bone on the outside of the foot, at the end of the bone nearest the ankle. Overuse or turning the ankle can cause the fracture. The main symptom is a pain on the outside of the foot and difficulty in putting weight on it. Medical help …

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Cuboid Syndrome

Cuboid syndrome occurs when the peroneus longus muscle in the lower leg applies excess traction onto the cuboid bone, causing it to partially dislocate. The injury often occurs in conjunction with peroneal tendonitis and overpronation. Pain increases as weight is placed on the foot and medical help is needed to correct the foot injury. Cuboid …

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Peroneus brevis tendon injury

Peroneus Brevis Tendon Injury

The Peroneus Brevis tendon inserts into the 5th metatarsal bone on the outside of the foot. A strain or rupture of the tendon can occur at the point of insertion. This foot injury normally occurs after a sudden force or movement of the ankle, causing pain on the outside of the foot. Read more for …

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Midtarsal Joint Sprain

A midtarsal joint sprain is an injury to the ligaments holding the midtarsal joint together, causing pain in the outside middle of the foot. Different ligaments can be sprained, which affects exactly where the pain is located and how it affects foot movement. This injury is rare but can occur in gymnasts, footballers, and jumpers. …

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