What exercises are good for extensor tendonitis?
Other exercises designed to strengthen the tendon can be done once it is well-rested. Commonly recommended exercises include flexing the toes while standing three times per day. You do this by pressing your toes down toward the floor (don’t curl them). Count to three and then release for ten reps.
Should you exercise with extensor tendonitis?
I don’t recommend running with extensor tendonitis. You will recover from this injury more quickly with rest from running and rehabilitation exercises. If you must continue running, be sure to reduce your overall training load and stop running if your pain suddenly starts getting more severe.
What does extensor tendonitis in foot feel like?
Inflammation of those tendons is called foot extensor tendonitis. If you think you are dealing with extensor tendonitis, you may feel pain on the top of your foot as you’re running. You may see swelling on the top of your foot and a large bump somewhere along the tendon.