Re: Foot Pain - Right side of foot near little toe
If you would review the posts on this site, you will discover that there is a disproportionate number of complaints from folks who insist on abusing their feet by running more than would seem to be normal and appropriate. Persistent and habitual running may be good for cardiac health, but it is NOT good for feet, ankles, knees and hips. I would opine that if you would find other physical activities other than running, you might not have foot problems. Most habitual runners MUST run on a regular basis to supply them with the endorphin fix to which they are addicted, and as with most any addict, that is the last thing you want to hear, so spare me your indignation.