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Pain on the inside of the foot is a common problem that can occur anywhere between the inner heel and the big toe, along the medial arch.

In most cases, inside foot pain develops gradually from overuse, repetitive strain or tight footwear, but it can also develop suddenly with an injury.

Inner arch foot pain may make those first few steps in the morning pretty unbearable, or may get worse the longer you are on your feet. There may be tingling, stiffness, inflammation or difficulty standing on your tiptoes.

But the good news is, there is lots that you can do to help reduce pain on the inside of the foot, aka medial foot pain.

Causes Of Medial Foot Pain

There are a number of possible causes of pain on the inside of the foot. Here we will start by looking at the six most common causes of inside foot pain and how they present. Then we’ll go on to look at some of the other possible causes, and finish by looking at the best treatment options for inner side of foot pain.

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