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Need to treat ball of the foot pain?

Ball of the Foot Pain

Swelling and pain in the ball of the foot is called metatarsalgia. Wearing shoes that do not fit properly or participating in vigorous and energetic activities such as running, jogging or jumping are the common causes. Sometimes also called a stone bruise.

You can treat metatarsalgia by:

  • Using painkillers
  • Using ice and resting the foot
  • Wearing comfortable shoes
  • Using orthotic inserts in the shoes to relieve pressure

A Morton’s neuroma is when the tissue which surrounds the nerve between the bases of the toes (often between the third and fourth toes) begins to thicken. Typical symptoms are numbness, tingling and foot pain on the ball of the foot. This condition is more common in women from wearing ill-fitting shoes or high heels.
You can treat a Morton’s neuroma by:

  • Using painkillers
  • Staying away from high heeled shoes, especially shoes that are tight
  • The use of steroid injections where the foot pain is
  • Using shoe orthotics to lessen the pressure on the nerve
  • Steroid or other injections into the area of foot pain
  • Surgery (sometimes)

Sesamoiditis is when tendons around the big toe are damaged and irritated.

You can treat sesamoiditis by:

  • Lots of rest
  • Using ice compressions
  • Wearing shoes with small heels
  • The use of steroid injections
  • Restraining the joint by taping it
  • Using a foot pad under the toe when wearing shoes