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... I hope this helps some of us. ... (0 replies)
... is applied to the bottom of the foot. ... (3 replies)
... I am new to the boards but experiencing problems I was hoping someone could give me insights into painful feet. My story is a long one but I feel I must share all to get help. ... (6 replies)

... Next time try Frye's Leap on Sebago Lake in Maine. You can get up to a 40' clear shot to the water. For now, you don't get to do normal physical activities. Do make the most of any social activities possible. Have friends over for bowling. ... (8 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)
Big toe injury
Jun 3, 2012
... prior to below injury, may be related however I did switch to better alternatives about 3 months before the injury. ... (1 replies)
... Here is the crash course in being a Heelie. ... (7 replies)
... Hoping to find a match and hope of full recovery. ... (10 replies)
Mar 29, 2009
... My son is had his snow skiing accident 5 weeks ago and the surgery on his calcaneous nearly 5 weeks ago. The surgery was done in Reno NV by two guys we were most fortunate to have as our surgeons. ... (689 replies)
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... I understand the financial dilemma you are in, but Moogie is right... it could be worse in the long run if you put it off! I was lucky in that I was able to schedule the surgery during our Fall Break, so I had a few automatic days off. ... (55 replies)
Fractured sesamoid
Aug 10, 2008
... while in Physical Therapy for LF 2nd toe amputation, and partial Plantar Plate removed due to scar tissue the therapist had me do a impact exercise that caused intense pain in my RF if you can believe that. ... (82 replies)
... I have the same injury you described. My calcaneus was fractured in three places with mulitple fragments. ... (128 replies)
... I had bunion surgery back in '91 for what they called metatarsus primus varus. My feet were really splayed as well. During those surgeries, they shortened the first metatarsal. Now my second met is more than 1.5 cm longer than 1st and 3rd. ... (11 replies)
Stress Fracture
Nov 21, 2003
... ray which he said the "fuzzy" part of my foot indicated a crack. He also said that I have a crack under the ball of my foot, but unless it's pushed on pretty hard or I wear high heels, it doesn't bother me. But you say that your's didn't swell? ... (2 replies)
... nth post bilateral calcaneal fractures. I experienced cramps in my arch at night after lying down in bed on occasion and they are excruciating for a short period of time. Stretching and massage with a lacrosse ball I feel has helped me avoid having them more often. I try to roll on the lacrosse ball every morning and night. ... (3 replies)
... That doesn't bother me and I haven't heard of that area. It may be worth mentioning that to the doc, though hopefully it will go away. Maybe just related to atrophy in your thigh. Dunno. ... (7 replies)
... is equal to resting your foot on the floor. ... (82 replies)
... Thanks so much for taking the time to write back. It is always good to just have a sense of how it could be. I'm not expecting to compare myself and my condition with anyone completely. I've just never had anything like this happen to me. ... (1 replies)
... It is called that based on where the 5th met is fractured and is more serious than a regular 5th met fracture. I ask because it determines what your recovery process is. ... (1 replies)

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