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... m in desperate need of advice. ... (3 replies)
... About two weeks ago I developed severe pain in the ball of my foot under my big toe. I can move my toe without pain. The pain is excruciating with any pressure on the ball area. There is a bump in the area and it is warm to the touch. ... (3 replies)
... June 10th. I wanted to try and get cut and lean before I went so last week I started sprinting every day. I would sprint about 60 yards and walk back 18 times In between every 6 laps I would do 20 burpees. I wore cleans and did this in an open field. ... (2 replies)

... an Akin procedure. I was in cast until last week and have managed a tennis type shoe and a sandal on so far. ... (3 replies)
... and it has gone from bad to worse. ... (9 replies)
... i went back to my consultant yesterday as still have a pain in my big toe joint. ... (3 replies)
... i had surgery in Sept 2010 and went back to see the consultant last month as i am still in pain on the ball of my foot. I cant wear a normal shoe and definatley no heels.I wear a proper walking shoe with thick socks. ... (3 replies)
... Hi! Thanks for your questions and I'm glad that some of what I had to say has helped! You actually sound like you have worse foot pain than I did. In my opinion, you should definitely get it done. ... (15 replies)
... First, let me thank you for documenting your experience with surgery. It has been very helpful to me.I am in bed right now because I can't walk, my bunion hurts that much. I had to take a week off because the pain was so bad. ... (15 replies)
... You might have sesemoiditis. The sesamoid bones are located right under your big toe joint near the ball of your foot. ... (5 replies)
... This is 8 weeks after my bunion surgery and I have excrutiating pain in the ball of my foot under the big toe joint. I cannot put my foot completely down on the floor because of the pain. I can also feel something hard, almost like a bone when I touch the part where it pains. This is not normal, is it ? ... (5 replies)
... I have had some burning pain in the ball of my right foot for a few months. It would get really bad at work, I'm an RN and on my feet all day. ... (0 replies)
... It's great that you are looking into different types of treatments for your neuroma. Please leave surgery as your absolute last option. I'm not sure that accupuncture can help shrink a neuroma...I don't think it can.. ... (8 replies)
... I think the problem you experienced is due to the shoes you danced in, as the shoes forced the weight of your body into the balls of your feet. If the numbness continues, you should have it checked out. ... (2 replies)
... I've had a hammertoe and pain in the ball of my foot for years and have tried all the conservative treatments with no luck. I want to hike again so I'm scheduled for a Weil osteotomy and capsule repair. ... (2 replies)
... Hi I've had one removed. The best way to diagnose is to put your hand around all of your toes and gently squeeze them together. Like if you were to sqeeze them in a shoe too narrow. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks again for taking the time to respond to my post. I really appreciate it. ... (2 replies)
Broken toe?
Mar 29, 2011
... You have bad pain in the ball of your foot? ... (8 replies)
... Thanks Patty for the quick reply. I will be seeing my pod in a couple weeks and I will ask him about taping. ... (3 replies)
... Hello all! I'm 5 weeks out from an Austin bunionectomy on my right foot. By way of history, I was in a camwalker for 4.5 weeks and was given clearance to wear normal shoes this past Wednesday. ... (3 replies)

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