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Foot pain

post #1 of 6
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So in my right boot I have started getting pain around the phalange bone.  Typically I notice it right away and then as I get a few runs in I don't notice it at all.  It will be a little tender at the end of the day when I take my boots off.  I had recently placed a new footbed (not custom) in my boots. I think the pain started after that but I really like the heal support on the footbed.  I'm wondering since the pain goes away is it because my foot is settling in after a few runs?  

post #2 of 6

odds are the footbed moved your foot possition to a higher, or more supportive place, and the liner needs to pack out to that new possition.

 

should be fine

post #3 of 6

There is no "phalange bone" in your foot.  There are however, phalanges.  Each toe is a phalange made of a I think at least two bones.  So your description lacks information to be really helpful.  Which toe is bothering you and where on the toe?

 

Lou

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Originally Posted by Lou Rosenfeld View Post

There is no "phalange bone" in your foot.  There are however, phalanges.  Each toe is a phalange made of a I think at least two bones.  So your description lacks information to be really helpful.  Which toe is bothering you and where on the toe?

Lou
The diagram I saw showed it next to the big toe.


Edited by voghan - 3/5/15 at 8:34am
post #5 of 6

It means all five of the toes.  but I assume now the problem is your big toe?

 

Lou

post #6 of 6
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Exactly where that line points is where it hurts.
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