The Lisfranc’s joint runs along the top of the arch on the foot. This joint can be injured or fractured. Signs of a fracture include bruising, redness and swelling. In addition to physical examination, an x-ray is required to diagnose the fracture. Depending on the severity of the fracture, either protected weight bearing, non-weight bearing, physical therapy or surgery may be needed. For more information, please click this link.