Sore toes can also be caused by plantar fasciitis and problems associated with the arch of your foot which can be caused by foot ware. Your foot is known as a “rigid lever” because it locks the joints and stabilizes the tendons of the upper foot.
Your foot is a complex structure made up of many small bones and tendons. When you have pain in the bottom or the ball of your foot as well as burning on top, I would start to pay attention to your shoes, because shoes that are too wide do not support the arch, heel or ball of the foot will cause you some pain.
Shoes that are too big can also cause heel slipping while walking, as well as narrower shoes can cause similar problems along with blistering. When there too wide for the wearer they will cause blisters. If you are experiencing sore toes and blister could be a sign of shoes that are too small.
your shoes aren’t comfortable there are not worth buying. Shoes are so good now, you shouldn’t have any problems. Remember pain is your body’s way of telling us that something is wrong.
Pain is often the worst while walking, but if your pain is unrelenting and unbearable you may need to soak or ice the area as well as use prescription medications. Pain can affect various parts of your feet such as your heels or arch and it can range in intensity.
Symptoms are usually a sharp pain in the arch while getting up in the morning or after prolonged inactivity. The problem is that on each down stroke, you flatten out the metatarsal arch making it uncomfortable to walk.