Don’t Let A Pinched Nerve in the Foot Affect Your Golf Game

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While golf may not be as physically demanding as some sports, it does cause its share of injury to the body.  The foot and ankle can be injured in any activity that requires movement over uneven terrain, or when un-natural rotation of the foot has to take place.  A particularly bothersome injury seen in golf is the development of a pinched nerve in the ball of the foot, also known as a neuroma.  This nagging injury can make golfing decidedly not fun, but can have simple solutions for both treatment and prevention.

In my in-progress sports injuries section of my website, I have posted an article discussing this injury as well as treatment options and ways to prevent it from occurring in the first place.  Check it out through the link below!

Published by srkilberg

I am a life long Mid-Westerner who treats feet and ankles for a living. In my spare moments I play a video game collection spanning thirty years of electronic goodness, enjoy old school dark Belgian beer and food from any old world German restaurant that will have me. I can be found at home avidly watching Formula 1 racing, and at coffee houses diving deep into books on ancient history.

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