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... big cartilage any more. I have some limited movement, of the joint but if I attempt to do yard work or heavy lifting it becomes very inflamed and sore for days. I am not sure of the terminology whether you call it Hallus Rigidis or Limitus. ... (11 replies)
... I am very suprised that you were told orthotics would not improve your problem. I have found that orthotics actually significantly help plantar fasciitis. So, I would look further into that. I would recommend maybe a pair of New Balance or Nike Shox. I would also recommend that you get a second opinion. Plantar Fasciitis is a very common problem, and it is easily treated. So,... (5 replies)
... I am not 49. At the time of injury I was misdiagnosed, my swollen feet taped to the point of cutting off my circulation. Obviously I never returned to dance. I went to ortho drs. and was never given exercises to do... ... (5 replies)

... Danskos. My sister who suffered for many months from plantar facsciitis LOVES them-- says they're her favorite shoes for walking/standing intensive activities like her teaching job or Christmas shopping. You don't need insoles with them. Hope you have a great vacation! (5 replies)
... I actually work for my dad. He is an accountant. This is not what I prefer to do since I was a teacher for 8 years, and got laid off after I had my daughter. But with my many medical issues it's the best place for me at the moment. ... (24 replies)
... r of others experiences with different shoes. I have spent so much money over the years on shoes. It is one thing to try them on in the store, walk a couple of feet back and forth, and another thing to actually walk a good distance in the same shoes. I've bought shoes that three days later were so painful. ... (27 replies)
... It really depends on what type. I just had foot surgery Nov 14 for a broken foot. ... (13 replies)
... inflammatory meds, and to do specific exercises for the ptt. I too had already worn custom orthotics for years for flat feet, but was told they were doing a poor job of supporting my arches and ptt adequately. ... (16 replies)
... i had tons of setbacks i would say as far as comparing my surgical side to being normal for atleast the first 6 months. i had many things to complain about that weren't even near the surgical site. ... (7 replies)
... If there is edema, that is the equivalent of a stress reaction or stress fracture. I know people that had pain with those for years and had to have them removed or never had relief until the bones "died". They couldn't walk or put pressure. ... (5 replies)
... I have been injured for over five months now with no end in sight and my entire life is in shambles as a result. I literally cannot do anything. ... (5 replies)
... ile it has been helpful, I am also sufficiently freaked out a bit about my upcoming surgery. I have had lifelong flat feet. I have been working with a podiatrist for a couple months and am still having pain. ... (7 replies)
... I am humbled after hearing some other stories on the boards, but am asking for advice. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. I knew there was something to dread about these shots, but feel I must give it a try. My Dr. ... (9 replies)
... rather, the deterioration in my joint is something that would be found in the feet of a geriatric patient. ... (3 replies)
... I searched the boards for years looking for an alternative to the surgery then realized I never told anybody how well it worked . ... (16 replies)
... Thanks for the reply! Actually, no surgery. According to the wasnt displaced so he felt no surgery was needed. ... (81 replies)
... If not, I would not worry too much. Put some ice, ibuprofen and truck on....I still swell for no reason, still black and blue, some days more than others. I hope in 5 months I can report this not happening... But...a call to the doc wouldn't hurt? ... (81 replies)
... Nice to hear from you again. Thanks for your encouraging comments. ... (49 replies)
... Nice to hear from you. One youngster to another!! My appointment is in about 2 hours time. Not sure what to expect and for some reason a little nervous. ... (49 replies)

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