Forefoot Pain Treatment Bankstown NSW

Causes Of Forefoot Pain

This is referred to as pain around the ball of the foot.  There are many causes to ball of foot pain, from collapsed metatarsal head, reduced forefoot padding, arthritic and joint pathologies to the most common condition known as “Morton’s Neuroma”

It involves numbness between the toes, usually in the 3rd and 4thintermetatarsal space but can also occur in any other intermetatarsal space.

It is caused by the intermetatarsal plantar nerve becoming entrapped, with relief coming only when footwear is removed.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How Do I Treat Metatarsalgia?

To ease your metatarsalgia pain, the most important thing to do is rest. Elevate your foot after standing or walking and keep fit using low impact exercises like swimming or cycling. Make sure you wear proper shoes and avoid high heels. You can also try metatarsal pads and arch supports recommended by your podiatrist.

What Does Metatarsalgia Feel Like?

Symptoms of metatarsalgia include a sharp aching or burning pain in the ball of your foot, pain that worsens when you stand, run or walk and eases when you rest or a sharp pain, numbness or tingling feeling in your toes. Metatarsalgia may also feel as if you have a pebble in your shoe.

How Long Does It Take Metatarsalgia To Heal?

How long it will take metatarsalgia to heal depends on a variety of factors including age, health and any previous foot injuries. Mild pain may heal within a few days or a few weeks while severe foot pain will take longer.

“Great service! We have been coming to Abdul for years he does and amazing job our whole family has seen him for different issues he takes the time listen and fix the problem.”
– Paula Preisig

“I Was in terrible pain from constant flare up with plantar fasciitis. Doctor explained and showed me why I had the pain and prepared a specially made insole. I’ll be honest I thought twice about purchasing the insole , now it’s just two months later , I’m walking everyday and sometimes I can run and the pressure has eased of my feet , hips and knees . I honestly never thought I could train again the way I used to and it’s all to doctors great knowledge. I was in excruciating pain and had cortisone injection a year earlier and nothing worked . A tip for insoles is I wear them under my sneaker insole so I have the cushioning I need. Best podiatrist ever !!! Thank you”
– Maleya Yalema

“Very professional and knowledgeable. Easy to communicate with. Definitely recommend seeing this podiatrists for your feet issues”
– Sam Y

Phone Number

(02) 9791 5798

Email

bankstownpodiatry@gmail.com

Address

2 Stewart Lane, Crn of Restwell St