The most common symptoms include:
- The area is tender when direct pressure is applied.
- Mild pain occurs when walking barefoot or in thin soled shoes and worsens while running or jumping.
- Pain is alleviated quickly with rest.
- In later stages, constant pain is present under the sesamoids, as well as other aggravating symptoms.
Treatment options vary depending on the severity of the ailment. Visit your podiatrist to find out the best treatment for you.