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... My orthopedist foot specialist says that I need surgery for my high arch, or cavus foot. An MRI done 1 month ago shows that I have chronic sprains and a partial tear. ... (0 replies)
... April 23 rd , 2015 about three weeks ago now, I fell with my entire weight of 148 lbs at five ft three onto my one left heel fracturing it and also fracturing a joint on top middle of my foot by end of my leg where it meets the top of my foot and slightly to the left of middle. ... (6 replies)
... Hi all, new to the boards and my first post. I'll try to keep this as short as possible without leaving out key details. ... (0 replies)

... So I realise since my injury isn't the normal ones you get on here I may not get many responses, But I just had to post and I guess vent and get stuff off my chest. ... (7 replies)
... Week 1 ROM 4 way - dorsiflexion/plantarflexion and eversion/inversion Gastroc towel stretch *Arch raises (in all my years of pt, I never did these prior to my surgery!) Heel slides - sitting on edge of chair, slide foot back as far as possible keeping your heel on the ground Toe curls Week 2 Seated toe raises Seated heel raises (23 replies)
... I used the knee scooter just on our main floor and space is fairly tight, but I would still say it was definitely worth it. I also took it to doctor appts and PT before I was weight bearing, but I just had one big step out the door onto the sidewalk. ... (4 replies)
... You may have read other responses by me in regards to flat feet, bunions and surgery, but if you have not, I will repeat. ... (14 replies)
... Nov 2012 Left foot Bunionectomy. ... (14 replies)
... I had this surgery on my right foot in January, so I am about 5 months out. ... (1 replies)
... ght bearing. At this point, the ankle pain is not as bad as pain on the bottom of my foot, especially the outer edge of my foot. I didn't have that pain at all before the surgery and I think it is nerve pain. It's a sort of burning pain, not shooting. ... (5 replies)
... urgery. First of all you should not fear this surgery as I am sure if done correctly you won't be in much pain. Make sure your surgeon does a nerve block right before the surgery. ... (3 replies)
... i am so sick of spending all my time sitting i cant even get work cause of my ankle and its so annoying and is driving me bonkas! ... (28 replies)
... In May, I was playing soccer with my kids. Foot went one way, body went the other way. ... (5 replies)
... e bit of pressure. My partner has set up the shower stool at the end of the bed as a frame to keep the heavy duvet off my toes. Worked a treat. Can get 3 pillows and my foot under it. I have also worked out how to lay on my sides, as not really a back sleeper. He said I never even snored last night!!!! ... (48 replies)
... Thank you Roxygirl and Missyluke !! ... (3 replies)
... rays and everything looked great. Fractures were healed and aligned nicely. ... (1 replies)
... just saw the podiatrist this morning. She a member of the American Board of Podiatric Surgeons. Anyhoo, she said she could do both at the same time and I said no, she understood. ... (4 replies)
My foot hurts
Jan 29, 2009
... I play tennis about 10 hours a week, I play very hard, lots of running. About 3 weeks ago I started to experience pain after I got through playing. ... (1 replies)
... ill have to move to a warmer state than Minnesota cuz the feet will burn from the cold temps when I am older. This week he thinks I have a disease that makes the arch of the feet curl and of course the word he used was at least 3 or 4 words long and I didn't write it down heck I couldn't even repeat it after he said it. ... (130 replies)
... Sounds to me like it could be plantar fasciitis. This usually occurs in flat feet, or feet with high arches. Pain is typically worse in the morning with the first few steps because the plantar fascia is not stretched out, and tightens up. ... (1 replies)

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