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Top of the foot pain has many different causes, and the source of your pain depends on the location and structures affected. Discomfort in the middle and toward the outside of the foot, especially when you move your toes, could be tendinitis. Sudden pain without an injury could be a stress fracture. A collapsing arch could result in a degenerative arthritis on the top of the foot. In children and young adults it could be tarsal coalition, which is an abnormal fusing of the bones. You could also have pinched or compressed nerves from too-tight shoes or a preexisting condition elsewhere in the foot.
Since so many different things could be causing your discomfort, it is important to have it examined. Once Drs. Marco Vargas and Joyce Lee have had a chance to examine your feet and diagnose your condition, they will be able to help you find the most effective treatment to eliminate your pain. Don’t wait and allow the problem to get worse. Instead, contact Foot & Ankle Associates for an appointment or more information. Call (888) 784-5335 or visit the online contact page to reach us.