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... I have the same problem as you have with a long history, so far I am sorry to say have not been able to find a shoe thar doesn't hurt the ball of my foot. I just started having an additional problem with tingling coming from the ball of my left foot and it is running up to my shin. ... (11 replies)
... I have neuroma for both foot. I had one cortizone injection and 2 alcohol injections between second and third toes. Also, I had two alcohol injections between third and fourth toe but there was no neuroma. ... (0 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)
... my foot. However, I recently went to a University podiatrist who noticed the atrophy, and he said that there is nothing I can have done to replace the fat in the ball of my foot. I'm praying every day that the atrophy stops. It would be great if the fat came back, like yours did. ... (8 replies)
... Following an injection of cortisone on the top of my foot in the first intermetatarsal space, I started noticing the fat pad in the ball of my foot, located directly below the injection site, starting to atrophy and become reddened. As the weeks go on, the fat pad atrophy is continuing. ... (8 replies)
... rayed my foot again and has decided that he will remove the screws in three weeks time as one of them is possibly a little long and may have slightly moved since the swelling etc has gone. ... (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)
... A standard neuroma removal does not require cutting of the ligament. ... (5 replies)
... From people I have heard from, the alcohol ones don't so much as the steroid ones - which don't work anyway. And frankly, I elected not to go that route. I couldn't stand the thought of the needle in my foot (have a thing about shots) so I just had it surgically removed. That was about 8 years ago and all is well! (5 replies)
... I believe the most of podiatrists say the alcohol injections do not cause fat pad atrophy or complications. However, I've consulted a couple of podiatrists over the internet and they said they could cause fat pad atrophy and some complications. ... (5 replies)
... but I don't know anything about the process of iontophoresis to help you. ... (8 replies)
... I am in the same situation that you may all be in, just a different part of the body. I had a volleyball injury on my inner left knee and was later diagnosed with bursitus. ... (8 replies)
... Each injection relieved pain for about 6 months or so, then I would go in and get another. With the last injection in the left joint, it didn't last but about 3 weeks. That is when I decided to do the surgery. ... (28 replies)
... Anyway, this injection helped a little. ... (28 replies)
... all of them actually made the pain worse. If you can get by day to day with orthotics then that's good but I was in so much pain I didn't have a choice. ... (3 replies)
... said the newest and best way to treat a neuroma is the medrol dose pack combined with ionto which attacks the neuroma without the negative potential side effects of the shot. Wish all the pods took their CEU credits and kept up with the latest treatments. ... (8 replies)
... that a cortisone shot worsened your condition. I'm not surprised, though, because the 2 cortisone shots I received caused permanent fat pad atrophy on the bottom of my foot. My aunt's friend just received a cortisone injection in the ankle area, and now her ankle feels so much worse. ... (8 replies)
... like a cortisone med...and it transmits thru the skin to the foot .... ... (8 replies)
... I don't know if I have the same thing or not, but went to the specialist last week. He said that I injured my tendon in the bottom of my foot. I may not have realized it because I am a diabetic and my feet are mostly numb. ... (9 replies)


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