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... she doesn't think it's a neuroma but possibly capsulitis... ... (8 replies)
... llow you to do that so go around the system if you need to and pay out of pocket as this is a biggie that will affect you for the rest of your life. You need the best possible answer. ... (11 replies)
Loss of Fat Pad
May 7, 2011
... that is what they told me after one of my neuroma surgeries. Anyways...looking back a lot of mine problem was metatarsalgia. I recall one thing that did help was taping the foot. ... (18 replies)

Best Running Shoes
Mar 12, 2011
... s sell good gel pads and I think there was a place online called Artic Comfort that I liked. Now, I have to be particular what I use for padding since my stump neuroma cramps with some of the other padding. I have zero fat pad and also have to be concerned with the ball of the foot. ... (6 replies)
Best Running Shoes
Mar 10, 2011
... with extra support and cushioning to help eleviate pressure off the ball of my foot. I believe what I have is nerve damage or perhaps loss of fat pad following neuroma surgery 3 years ago. ... (6 replies)
Fat pad atrophy
Oct 14, 2010
... My Podiatrist made orthodics, which he to this day continues to adjust often. In 2009 I had Morton's Neuroma Removal from under the bottom, although I refused the Tarsul Tunnell Surgery. ... (48 replies)
Fat pad atrophy
Sep 22, 2010
... I had ONE neuroma, and the stupid podiatrist said my 2nd toe curved into the nerve, that if I did a hammer toe surgery i would never get a neuroma again. Well, that surgery failed MISERABLY. Aside from my 2nd toe overlapping my third toe and I could barely walk! ... (48 replies)
... Not to beat the subject of my final and best doctor, Dr. Big Shot at the HSS, but he was the only one who was really openly pessimistic about doing the stump neuroma surgery or any other procedure on it, for that matter. ... (124 replies)
... Actually "The best orthopedic foot surgeon in my area" that I refered to in my post WAS with the same Dr who takes care of the Trailblazers. ... (11 replies)
... call neuroma pain. ... (11 replies)
... Thought I'd post since it's now been about 4 weeks since my surgery. First off, tried everything prior to having surgery---cortizone, alcohol injections, shoe inserts and nothing helped. Never had piercing pain but did have the electrical sensation running into my toe--plus a lot of joint pain and general aching of the forefoot. My physical exam was not entirely conclusive but... (3 replies)
... Sealover, I also read the article that indicates ionto is better than injections and I left the pod that injected me for a new pod who said the newest and best way to treat a neuroma is the medrol dose pack combined with ionto which attacks the neuroma without the negative potential side effects of the shot. ... (8 replies)
... problem, she intends to not only continue, but to increase them. Third, she want to start cortisone injections, which others on this list say can reduce the fat pad on the bottom of the feet, and you already feel it's not sufficient to cushion your toes. ... (15 replies)
... You are fortunate that you haven't had any side effects from your injections. And I'm happy to hear your fat pad atrophy went away. ... (8 replies)
... when I started running. I did notice the occasional right big toe pain prior to 2009, but nothing to this magnitude. I may have over did it causing a neuroma and exacerbating the problem which I will outline in the following description. ... (13 replies)
... ray guided machine, to see the neuroma, otherwise they are taking a guess where the neuroma is. Also, when you have injections anywhere on your foot, you have the risk of losing fat pad on your foot. ... (7 replies)
Feb 28, 2011
... high arches, and multiple other foot "structural" aspects that led to problems esp. cramping. I recall before any surgeries a dr. taped my foot and it was the best thing ever looking back. ... (18 replies)
... Last October, I saw a podiatrist because the large neuroma in my left foot was worsening and I could no longer put pressure on it due to pain It also felt like I was starting a small neuroma in my right foot. ... (2 replies)
High heel
Sep 11, 2006
... You could have some plantar fat pad atrophy. Any loss of fat cushioning can cause pain, even severe pain. ... (2 replies)
... injections. It helps the doctor pad his pocket with copays and insurance money more than it will help your foot. ... (15 replies)

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