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I’ve been having some pain on the top of my big toe. Not constant. It happens in certain positions like if I kneel with the top of my foot on the ground. I also experience the same pain on the top of my big toe when something (like my shoe or my finger) touches the top of my foot where it become my ankle right in the middle (it doesn’t hurt to touch the toe at all). It’s very specific and only occurs in these circumstances, otherwise it feels normal. From what I’ve been able to find, it sounds like it’s an anterior tib/extensor issue, and it may have come from having my shoe tied to tight on my last trail run. The only treatment I find is rest and ice. Does anyone have any other more proactive advice? Thank you so much.
Could be irritated from having he lace tied too tight.
Work up and down stream
Take a look at plantar flexion
Episode 69: Triple Extension Problems + Clown Ball Champion
You could have compressed a nerve which fires up with plantar flexion.
Have you seen someone about this?
Have not seen anyone yet. Up and down stream definitely helps. Immediately feel the tension in my toe when setting up in couch stretch. Voodoo across the ankle seems to help some. A friend suggested swimming loosen the area.
Working up/down stream will feed slack to the ankle.
Plantar flexion is a limiting factor.
Wrap your ankle in voodoo floss like how an ankle is taped and add movement point flex your toes, circles each direction.
Update: Swimming didn’t seem to do much. Only felt anything when kicking like sprint swimming.
Did you consider it could be something like gout?