Cheshire Foot Clinic
Locating the pain and treatment
You can get pain on the top of your foot when you walk run or stand for long periods of time or following an injury, you may have some swelling and tenderness in the area.
The pain may be in one exact location on the top of your foot or maybe it’s close to the toes, toward the inside of your arch or right in the middle of your foot.
The pain may not be enough to make you limp, but it’s there when you run, walk or even just stand. Sometimes it is constant and you can’t walk it off, other times it moves or comes and goes.
What is causing it?
Each foot has 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, ligaments and nerves that hold it all together. This means that there are many potential causes Diagnosis is dependant on the exact location and severity of the pain. We have prepared a leaflet so you can find out more information about: Causes of pain affecting the top of the foot
If you are concerned about a pain in your foot and these tips are not helping then give us a call, one of our team will be happy to help arrange for you to see a foot specialist/podiatrist.
The treatments that we use to help treat pain in your feet include:
If you would like help managing pain affecting the top of your foot or further information about our treatments, please: Book an Appointment
Chat to us about your problem or download a copy of our leaflet:
Causes of pain affecting the top of the foot