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... I hope this helps some of us. ... (0 replies)
... I have extreme pain in the metarsal area and I can barely walk. I am male and in my 40s. It is probably a stress fracture. ... (2 replies)
... I was hit head on by a drunk driver two years ago. I had a severe calcaneus fracture. In fact, a large piece of my heel broke off and was pushed under the ball of the foot. Long story short... ... (23 replies)

... and after getting up to leave I noticed a very sharp pain on the ball of my foot when I was walking. ... (3 replies)
... What the person who sold you those shoes didn't tell you is that to run in them, you need to learn to run all over again. You must not strike the ground with your heel if your heel isn't padded, you have to land on the ball of the foot and let the foot flex to absorb the shock. ... (7 replies)
Calcaneus Fracture
Jul 23, 2011
... My foot is still swelling after 12 weeks at the ball of the foot, both ankles, my last 2 toes. Is this normal? ... (3 replies)
... As is typical for this fracture, lived with it untreated for months. I started to tape my foot in July so that i could do karate. I had it looked at by an athletic therapist who treated it like a soft tissue injury. ... (10 replies)
... Hello, wondering if anyone had any experience or knowledge of this? ... (3 replies)
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... chain like plate and 9 screws. Pain for me was off the charts. I took oxycodone 6x daily for the first few days that I was home from hospital, then just 4x daily for the next week or 2. I am just on Advil now. ... (12 replies)
... i had a calcaneus Fracture in July of 2012 had a plate and 8 eight screws you will need to be prepared for issues with this for life the heel bone fracture my need Subtalar Fusion which requires another surgery to reduce the arthritis the swelling will gradually go away and be replaced by stiff movement in your foot (2 replies)
... although I had an unrelated health issue that used up another of my 9 lives about a month ago and put me on the sidelines for about two weeks! ... (16 replies)
... I have read some of your other posts on this type of injury and your comments on your experiences have been very helpful. ... (16 replies)
... in a mountain biking accident. I fell off a ledge and tried to catch my fall with my foot. Landed on concrete and twisted my ankle in the process. ... (2 replies)
... despite change of shoes and orthotics changes still lots of pain on the ball of the foot. ... (0 replies)
... I will see the POD this afternnon. When speaking to him on the phone, he said I should be feeling better each day. Some days it doesn't bother me. ... (5 replies)
... inspiring account of my situation. ... (38 replies)
My fracture
Nov 11, 2011
... and I climbed to the top of the ladder, ready to get on the roof when the ladder slipped out and I feel with it, my left heel landed on one of the rungs of the ladder and it broke. Luckily, that is all the damage I had. ... (4 replies)
... On July 24th I broke my 5th metatarsal playing ball hockey. It was a really innocent looking injury and I managed to hobble around and play the rest of the game on it. After the game I took off my shoe to find a badly swollen foot and went straight to the emergency room. ... (0 replies)
... I still have discomfort on the outside of my ankle once and ahwile but no issues with the ball of my foot. I found that my calf muscle was really weak when I started PT but no real pain anywhere. ... (5 replies)

Associated Tags: calcaneous, calcaneus, drainage, fifth metatarsal, fracture, fusion, heel, heel fracture, physical therapy, recovery, recovery expectation

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