There is irritation of the front of the tarsal area.
Probably the tendons or nerves suffering inflammation.
Three categories generally account fro foot pain: certain diseases such as morton's neuroma, high impact exercise, the wrong shoes.
Wide boxed shoes to give the toes and forefoot room are generally needed. Good support in the back of the shoe.
The MRI shoes swelling so I don't thing that tarsal tunnel syndrome is completely ruled out here. But, correct orthodic intervention
from a podiatrist who has chosen to specialize in orthotics rather than surgery might help this.
Massage, heat or ice, which ever helps in the interim.
Resting the foot and avoiding impact.
Anti-inflammatory over the counter medicine might be indicated short term.
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