Imagine those two small delicate structures – your feet – pounding around a hard surface for hours. It is almost unbelievable that they can take it. Occasionally, every tennis player gets some kind of foot problem – calluses, heel spurs, flat feet, Achilles tendon problems or twisted ankles. Almost all tennis courts in Los Angeles are made from concrete, and it’s almost logical that the pounding and stress on your feet can create future problems. Most of the times, all the above injuries happen because of some kind of dysfunction in the proper movement of your feet.