Our expert says:
I hate to pass the buck, but yes, the best thing is to see someone. I'd say a doctor who specializes in sports injuries, if you have access, otherwise a podiatrist. Or even a biokineticist might be good, to help diagnose the cause of the problem (because the foot pain is the symptom). I wouldn't launch into anti-pronation shoes just yet, rather look at training and strengthening exercise to sort it out. But the key is diagnosis - you need to know what you're dealing with then you can treat it effectively!
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