Pain in the ball of the foot and Metatarsalgia explains…
“I have a burning sensation in the ball of the foot. Sometimes this leads to stabbing pain”
What is Metatarsalgia? What are the symptoms?
Metatarsalgia is a Splayfoot, which is caused by a crippling by metatarsal (metatarsal) on the sole of the foot. This often comes to the callus formation (formation of corneal) under the ball of the foot. Metatarsalgia is making itself felt as a burning sensation in the ball of the foot, and is often associated with excessive callus formation.
The pain is aggravated by wearing high-heeled shoes as well as iterating over long distances.
Causes of Metatarsalgia (pain in the ball of the foot)
There are different causes for foot pain:
-Running in hard boots or shoes (such as when security forces, soldiers, artisans, builders
-Long running on high-heeled shoes or to narrow or wide footwear
The most common cause over-pronation.
The flattened foot arch leads to the long-lasting overload of the metatarsal and might call inflammatory, irritation of the tissue out, which makes the procedure often painful.
Metatarsalgia and high heels (high heels)
When wearing high heel shoes, a lot of body weight on the foot rests. The shift a painful inflammation of the tissue is caused by repeatedly under the foot or the tendon is overstretched. Most of the women wear high heels, also suffer from excessive calluses or corneal training.
For wearers of heels, there is now a new product named FOOTLOGICS ‘High Heel Comfort’.
This biomechanical insoles can mitigate the decline of arch and metatarsal. This body weight can spread evenly on the soles of the feet. insoles can prevent excessive pressure or friction on the ball of the foot. So can pain or burning stinging in the midfoot be reduced or avoided entirely.
Metatarsalgia and normal footwear
Pain in the ball of the foot can also arise if too wide or too flat shoes. This foot pain be caused usually by Overpronation.
By applying comfort corrective insoles. The metatarsal is supported with the help of a boost and to pressure or friction on the ball of the foot is reduced.