This is the except for Plantar Fasciitis.
Pain in the arch of the foot
Tibialis posterior tendinopathy occurs when the tibialis posterior tendon on the inside of the ankle becomes inflamed, or more likely degenerates through overuse. Pain is felt on the inside of the ankle which may radiate under the arch of the foot. It is more common in older female athletes and younger ballet dancers
Medial calcaneal nerve entrapment, often called ‘Baxter’s nerve’ has similar symptoms to that of tarsal tunnel syndrome. Pain will radiate from the inside of the ankle, under the heel and into the arch of the foot. Resting and icing the ankle are effective ways to help ease the pain and recover from this injury
A navicular stress fracture is one of the most common stress fractures affecting athletes, especially those in explosive events such as sprinting and jumping. The navicular bone is in the ankle and can be fractured by overuse and repetitive stress. With this injury, there may be a pain in the arch of the foot which increases during activity