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What are you doing to strengthen your feet?
Are you working to resolve your pronation?
Have you had anyone look at your running technique or video tape you while running?
You may have fault(s) within your running technique that need attention.
Are your knees still a problem?
This definitely could be a running technique issue.
What is your ankle mobility like?
Do you work on your ankle mobility before running or jump rope?
There are some solid episodes that address ankle mobility.
A few to start with
For strengthening my feet, I have been trying to go barefoot around the house as much as possible while focusing on maintaining my arch when standing and walking. I try to go for short walks without my orthotics. I have done some contractions of the muscles in the arch as exercise as well, but maybe I should be doing more?
Another is scrunching up a towel with your toes
Your knees could be a running technique issue where it is not going away with the work you are doing and you think it would return if you stopped doing it.
When jumping rope and running are your heels kissing the ground?
Are you landing ball of foot or on your toes?
When running or jumping rope you may be using different muscles than you have in the past.
If you increased time jumping rope or distance/time running too quickly that could be an impacting factor.
Have you noticed any improvements?
I got some relief from the distraction technique in episode 204. I finally went to the chiropractor and it turns out my navicular had wandered out of position. He adjusted the ankles and things are much better (no shooting pain). Things are still not quite right, though. Might just take some time.
Great to hear you are getting things resolved.
Do the chiropractor say anything on what may have caused the navicular bone to be out of place?
Identifying the cause will help to correct the situation so the change stays.
Another to take a look at:
Episode 07: Bro, Your Navicular Bone Dropped
Yes it can take some time for things to get completely worked out. Keep working with it as you are seeing change.