SNAP-Broke A Bone In My Foot While Playing Soccer

Injuries in the feet are very common, particularly when you like playing soccer as you use your feet the majority of the time. The excessive running, the sliding, the tackling, the way you take a shot, the kicking, and sharp-turning movements can bring injury to your feet and body. One of the most common injuries in soccer is a broken bone (also known as a fracture) in the foot. The seriousness of a broken foot varies. It can be just a tiny crack or a complete break that results in two or more pieces. In severe conditions, broken bones can tear the skin and leave a gaping wound (also known as open fractures).

Bones can break when something crushes, twists bends or stretches it. The toes are usually broken when you accidentally kick something too hard, the heels are usually broken when you fall from a height and land

Damaging My Feet From Running

Whether you are running to burn calories to get in shape or to take a break from a stressful life, you might have heard that running can damage your feet. While that statement is not entirely correct as long as you move correctly, you can actually injure yourself if you push yourself too hard. The foot is incredibly complex. It is made of a network of bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles that work together in harmony. If one part is damaged, your whole foot will stop working properly. Here are some of the more important running injuries and how to treat them.

Runner’s Knee

Runner’s knee is a broad term to describe several conditions that cause pain around the knee cap. Doctors call it patellofemoral pain syndrome. Although running is a common cause of runner’s knee, any activity that repeatedly stresses the knee joint can cause this condition. It is