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... Hi there...I am sitting here with my foot elevated and reading all these posts and it is great to know others are going through the same thing I have been experiencing....comfort in numbers. ... (35 replies)
... Hi, please help me! I have been having alot of ball of foot pain, but my bunion doesn't hurt. My big toe does lean toward second. I recently got a cortisone shot by a podiatrist who is not pushing surgery. I have been to another podiatrist who recommended surgery, but I was hesistant because I was no pain at all. ... (35 replies)
... which is why I feel like I am stepping on bone in that area. Nerve pain that I have in between my toes can be taken care of by a cortisone shot...but not now as I just had one a week ago directly in the scar to help shrink it. ... (28 replies)

... from a podiatrist. This same doc just gave me a cortisone shot about a week ago. No difference. ... (35 replies)
... Thanks for the response Bobbyf. I am at a loss. I am unable to carry out my daily work routine with the pain I'm currently in...but don't want long term side effects like the one you mentioned above. ... (10 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)
... I am one of the few that has bipartite sesamoids on the tibial sesamoid but the fibular is definitley broken. ... (3 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)
... Hey wmkcolors...I don't remember what type of surgery you had to begin with...and I think, you and I have been posting almost simultaneously as we had our surgeries almost two weeks apart... ... (90 replies)
... I was wondering is someone from this board could make a recommendation to me. I had a cheilectomy and slight bunionectomy on my right foot last year. A well known podiatrist performed the surgery it in a few days. However, the pain has never gone away. ... (3 replies)
... The fifth metatarsal is the long foot bone connected to your little toe, and the peroneal tendons run from your calf, behind your outer "ankle bone" down into the foot. ... (3 replies)
... Working full days is going GREAT! My ankle is really starting to feel better the last couple days so the cortisone must be finally kicking in. ... (240 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)
... perience 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. I'm a flight attendant and I have severe pain under the ball of my foot, near the bunion, and at the joint of my big toe. ... (15 replies)
... I am still having pain issues. I saw the pod last night, he wanted to give me a cortisone shot and I refused. ... (4 replies)
... My Dr. is not in favor of the surgery to remove the neuroma. ... (15 replies)
... in the same foot that i had bunion surgery on in december. i am not really sure this is the case. ... (15 replies)
Metatarsalgia
Dec 17, 2014
... is for about a year and a half, following bunion surgery where the big toe never quite descended all the way down when I walked, putting too much pressure on the ball of my foot. In addition, I have a really flat foot. ... (1 replies)
... Sorry, I didnt mean to imply that running wasnt a sports injury, what I really meant was mine happened, not over time but the result of an accident playing sports, I ripped and tore everything at once and ended up in an ambulance to Emerg. ... (6 replies)
... Hello,any help or info would be appreciated. I had a heavy object fall directly on my foot in the area of my great toe. ... (1 replies)


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