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... 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)
... se my walking to three miles per day. I already had the bunion and hammer toes but this pushed me over the top and it all got worse. I am in So. Cal also and had surgery fifteen weeks ago near St. Joseph's Hospital. ... (13 replies)
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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)

... Wore some dress shoes to church today, and WRONG IDEA.. ... (31 replies)
... h was exactly like walking on a large sewing needle inside my foot when I walked, agonizing nerve pain, and I feel I am therefore better off with having had that surgery in 2005. ... (124 replies)
... Did you experience any scar tissue or uncomfortable feeling on the bottom of your foot. I am from the neuroma srugery, not the foot where the hammertoe surgery was performed. It's only been 6 weeks so maybe I have a ways to go before my feet feel completely normal. ... (12 replies)
... strapped surgical sandals during the NWB time, never had casts, crutches, etc. After that I started wearing big gym shoes and walking a bit more each day. ... (5 replies)
... tinue with injection if I can. She did give me names of 2 surgeons. After everything I read I am very concerned about surgery. I don't want to be worse after the surgery and I don't want to be limited to boat shoes forever. ... (125 replies)
... heelchair, which I hated. He is right though, I am not ready to walk that far yet and I was going crazy stuck inside. I am having as much trouble with the bunion surgery on the other foot which now hurts more than immediately post op! ... (125 replies)
... plus a lot of joint pain and general aching of the forefoot. My physical exam was not entirely conclusive but MRI was. Immediately following surgery I was confused by the podiatry resident saying they "released ligaments" and thought I actually had ligament release in addition to removal of the neuroma. ... (3 replies)
... Even drove 350 miles 2 days later by myself. So I think the ligament release is the more serious of your issues. Anyway, I was in a pair of Merrell mule style shoes the day they removed the sutures and never had any trouble with them... ... (14 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)
... Hi I've had one removed. The best way to diagnose is to put your hand around all of your toes and gently squeeze them together. Like if you were to sqeeze them in a shoe too narrow. ... (8 replies)
... Be sure you are wearing good shoes and have good padding and arch support. You don't want a neuroma!! ... (5 replies)
... I keep wondering, how I will know if they are helping, and when to throw the towel in on them, if they aren't. The surgery isn't always a success either, so I feel I need to at least try the shots. ... (9 replies)
... The best permanent treatments for neuroma are alcohol injections to kill the nerve or surgery to remove it. If your doctor isn't even discussing these possibilities, ask. If he won't, see someone else. ... (10 replies)
... nights it's so bad, I have to take some meds and ice it. And when I go to bed I just lay there, because it hurts so much. It just aches. I have tried buying new shoes that I have spent hundreds of dollars on, but the pain is still there. I only work 5 hours a day at an elementary school and I am not on my feet all day. ... (7 replies)
... Sorry, no. I had my neuroma removed so no need to shoes to adapt to it. Merrell's though were very comfortable prior to surgery. Hope you find something comfortable and cute! ... (2 replies)
... Hi stitches, good luck on that surgery I will certainly have you in my prayers! I finally started therapy buy I alternate every Tuesday. One week my foot the next is my shoulder. ... (4 replies)
... People develop Morton's neuroma because they wear shoes that are too tight. ... (32 replies)


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