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... You are smart addressing this now before it gets worse. Definitely go for a second opinion. I too had flat feet all my life and never had problems until many years later. I was told to wear orthotics but hated the way they felt as they were too rigid. ... (12 replies)
... I've appreciated being able to read experiences from those of you with flat feet and who have ultimately had surgery. ... (12 replies)
... Hello, I am 19 years old and I have flexible flat feet where my ankles rolls inwards. I really understand what you are going through, and what it's like to have problem with your feet. ... (12 replies)

... Yesterday my doctor recomended surgery (procedures: medial displacement calcaneal osteotomy, kidner advancement of posterior tibal tendon, & lapidus bunionectomy) to correct my flat feet (which are very flat). I've been reading things on here about those procedures and I'm not sure it's worth it... my feet only hurt mildly (sometimes moderately) after prolonged walking (not... (12 replies)
... Ok, so here is the deal. Im 23 and just finished my second flat foot reconstruction surgery. I also took ballet and jazz all my life. The surgery is a painful one, but I am very pleased with the results. ... (29 replies)
... Hi, I suffer with flat feet all my life. I was told that I could get surgery for flat feet deformity. It really got worst when I took ballet and jazz. ... (29 replies)
... While the years went by I experienced severe pain due to flat feet and unfortunately my ballet shoes ended up giving me bunions. So when I was 16 I had one foot surgery on my left foot and then months later I did surgery on my right foot. ... (1 replies)
... There are syles of shoes that compensate for that. As for the pain in the ball of your foot, one would expect that to happen if you need a bunionectomy. And flat shoes in general are not all good for your feet. ... (6 replies)
... battery pack device into my leg and foot to get it to heal. I also had an external bone stiimulator to help as well. I have difficulties walking as well, I have flat feet still to this day and feel I went throught the surgeries for now reason, other than pain. ... (5 replies)
... Hi all. I just had my flat foot reconstruction done on my right foot July 26th of this year with Dr. Myerson at Mercy in Baltimore. ... (25 replies)
... After Dad died I decided I needed to take care of me. My feet have always been flat and I have always had pain, but I just motored through. After Dad died they started to bother me more than ever. I went to the family MD first. ... (8 replies)
... The ballet flats that are popular now are very bad for your feet. They are like walking barefoot because they have absolutely NO support or cushion in them. ... (5 replies)
... I'm going for a distal chevron osteotomy on Wednesday to remove bilateral bunions. This is thinking pretty far off in the future, but I was just wondering what kinds of shoes I should be wearing when the time comes. My guess is that the safest option is a very soft gym shoe with lots of support, but that sounds hot and uncomfortable, especially since my feet tend to swell... (9 replies)
... helped. My parents placed me in ballet class when I was four because of my totally flat feet. I have a photo of me in my ballet shoes at age 7, and my ankles are rolled in and I'm practically standing on the insides of my feet. ... (19 replies)
... I was injured on May 31, 2011: 16 months ago. I found Zerk and lived on this website for the first 6-7 months, posting a few times to tell my story and seek advice. Decided to get on the site tonight, mostly out of boredom and it really brought back some things I had forgotten. I remember the day I was hurt I thought about keeping a diary, but for some reason decided not... (8 replies)
... f outdoor walks, and nature seem to disappear on me. I no longer can go hiking for 3 years. I also cannot talk long summer walks which I love or jog too long, my feet just cannot bear it. So, my life quality is going downhill and I cannot be active like I want to be. ... (41 replies)
... that the second I am flat footed, I have no pain. But I have a high arch and if my feet are too flat, my arch gets achey. ... (8 replies)
... Though my feet are pain free and look sooo much better, I still have shoe issues. ... (23 replies)
... I also believe expensive shoes do help a great deal with protecting your feet and I have always worn shoes that were wide and comfortable. I caught my bunions because I used to do ballet when I was younger. ... (240 replies)
... I have problems wearing most flat shoes, even if they are wide, and they poke through and hurt. I tend to get blisters on the bunions and my little toes suffer too! ... (17 replies)


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