Pain on top of right foot

I have been having some pain on the top of my right foot for about two weeks. I am a veteran runner of twenty-one years and am in the latter stages of training for a marathon. The pain seems to start along the top ridge of the foot just below the top of the shoelaces and radiate downward toward the toes, although my toes seem unaffected. I am flat footed and wear orthotic supports in both casual and running shoes. I suspect that this happened when I had my shoes laced up too tight in the latter stages of an eighteen-mile run two weeks ago. This thing has me sidelined, and I have already bought a vacation package and paid for an expensive registration. Any help in figuring out what this is and what to do about it would be much appreciated.

Posted By Gene Miller on August 15, 2004 at 17:43:24:

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