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... m in desperate need of advice. ... (3 replies)
... Your foot is a large place. ... (6 replies)
... you have mortons neuroma in your foot it sounds like. it is a beign tumor that grows around the nerves in the ball of your foot around the middle toes. I had it just as you describe and they finally after a year of muscle relaxers, foot inserts, shots in the foot, did surgery.. ... (15 replies)

... The pain seems to be located in the middle of the foot between the ball and the heel. Plantar? ... (6 replies)
... No problem, Sophie! And i never had burning pain with my was a stabbing pain when I stepped on it just so...and a discomfort like a swelling. ... (5 replies)
... r, although I only wear it when I leave the house. I have started PT and things are going well with the recovery. I have noticed, though, that I have a strange pain in my foot. It only occurs when my foot it plantar flexed and my toes are extended, like when you are taking a step. ... (1 replies)
... I've been cruising around these boards for months and struggle with 3 neuromas in my feet that are a complication from stress fractures. I've received 2 rounds of cortisone injections in my left foot and 1 round in my right. ... (0 replies)
... Yea, I never learned what is causing this. i try to roll a golf ball or tennis ball on my sole periodically, but the pain still occurs at times, although the severity seems to have diminished. My knee doesn't jerk up into the table when it happens anymore. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Trob, I am experiencing exactly the same thing but in a different part of my foot (the ball just under my big toe) I also thought it may be nerve related and would be interested to see what replies you receive. (6 replies)
... I seems to be focused on the middle sole of the foot between the ball and heel. ... (6 replies)
Cronic Foot Pain
Feb 17, 2011
... I too have both feet with stabbing pains, when i sit,stand or even lay down. ... (13 replies)
... Akin procedure for a 13 degree bunion along with second metatarsal shortening done by a podiatrist on April 4 since I was having pain the ball of my foot. Here it is 10 months later, and I am still experiencing pain. ... (3 replies)
... afterwards. My foot is killing me today. Feels like a knife stuck in the ball of foot. Burning, stabbing pain. Wouldn't wish it on anyone. ... (36 replies)
... Recently I woke up in the middle of the night with a "stabbing" pain in between the ball and arch of my left foot. ... (1 replies)
... For a couple of years I have had problems with my feet, but it has become really acute recently. ... (0 replies)
... I think most people experience a range of nerve pains after bunion surgery. It's impossible to do an operation and not cut at least a few small nerves, and occasionally a big one. ... (1 replies)
... I still have stiffness in the big toe. Had 6 weeks of PT. Sometimes I get a stabbing pain right under the ball of my foot. Drives me crazy. I can have shoes off or on, it doesn't matter. The pain feels like someone is stabbing the bottom of my foot. ... (9 replies)
Pain in my arch
Mar 6, 2007
... thout crutches, just two sloppy steps and I thought for sure I had broken something or did some major damage. When I was diagnoised with PF, I said no way... my pain is all over the foot, from the stabbing intense pain in the heel to the feeling like I am walking on marbles in the arch to the ball of my foot just pounding. ... (4 replies)
... right now i have pttd in my left foot and have been getting advice on that on these boards. ... (1 replies)
Fat pad atrophy
Oct 14, 2010
... In 1990, the ball of my foot swelled and Reg MD sent me to surgeron for exploratory surgury. ... (48 replies)

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