So right now, I am in the process of rehabbing one of my feet.
I believe by the cause of repetitive stress, that the ball of my foot has developed some injury.
I believe this to be dance and parkour related, as I have been doing both. Dance however, I have been up on the ball of my foot in releve, putting far more pressure directly on the ball, opposed to when I do precision jumps in parkour training.
Anyway, my foot hurts. I have wrapped it in KT tape and am just kind of hanging out. It kind of makes me upset and also kind of curious.
Out of curiosity I have begun to look up dancer injuries just to see exactly what parts of the body are most populated with injury from a dancers perspective.
Out of New York, we have the Harkness Center for Dance Injuries which lists the most common injuries out there.
10 Common Dance Injuries from dance-teacher.com
another insight from stopsportinjuries.org
I think it is extremely important (and even more so when one is injured) to listen to your body when you feel any sort of pain or discomfort. Now, there is a difference between good pain (such as the burn you feel when your muscles are being engaged and activated) and bad pain (pain at the joints, or when using a certain body part in any way).
Keep your senses aware, as you are the only one that can prevent injury from happening or from worsening.