... I dislocated my big toe at the knuckle joint during a judo tournament about a week and a half ago, the bone popped out of the skin. ... (0 replies)
... n I do. I'm 63 and have been a very active person all my life. I'm not sure what happened. I don't have osteoporosis, but I'm sure my bones are getting old. My big toe was causing a dislocation of the 2nd toe. Bunion surgery in my late 40's was probably botched up, in fact I know it was. ... (162 replies)
... Hey Alissa!
I didn't post here after my injury, but I am 1.5 years on; here's my report.
I had a 'straightforward' lisfranc dislocation (fractured medial cuneiform, 2.5mm displacement) and had ORIF 20 days later. NWB for 12 weeks, then 8x 15 minute sessions of PT on the NHS. Pain got better for a little while and I was almost walking normally, but as I increased my... (32 replies)
... to put his big toe back in place. ... (6 replies)
... nd has heald. So far I haven't put any weight through my foot, my ankle is still swollen, and I have lost sensation to the top part of my foot and cannot bend my big toe. ... (6 replies)
... n and see if releasing the tissue that keeps pulling it down would help, but he was not optimistic on that being a good solution. He also said that htis type to dislocation can happen after a bunionectomy but it was not common. That is it for now. Thanks for all of your input. ... (13 replies)
I injured my right foot (Lisfranc joint dislocation/fracture on 4/5 toes - the big toe was not affected) and I am going for a TightRope surgery next week. Anyone had one of these?
Also, I see some old posts by windsurfers, and would like to hear from them. Will I be able to windsurf again?
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... rsal bones, and had a severe ankle dislocation. Had it set, then in Dec, had a external fixator for 7 weeks, then a boot cast. When I finally started walking, my big toe was lower, and my heal is a lot higher, making a high arch. As a result, my foot rolls to the outside. ... (0 replies)
... rsal bones, and had a severe ankle dislocation. Had it set, then in Dec, had a external fixator for 7 weeks, then a boot cast. When I finally started walking, my big toe was lower, and my heal is a lot higher, making a high arch. As a result, my foot rolls to the outside. ... (1 replies)
... arch of the flip flop. I would highly recommend these flip flops. They also have other styles in these shoes and are hoping they come out with a stylish closed toe model. The brand is ABEO. I also puchased their Aetrex Premium Orthotics TWC1200 to put in my tennis shoes. ... (4 replies)
... had nerve damage because the doctor had to stretch the nerve out of the way to insert the screws. The nerve pain felt like a hot rod was being driven between my big toe and second toe. ... (4 replies)
... Here I am 2 and a half years on from my lisfranc injury, dislocation of all 5 metatarsals and surgery to fuse my mid foot with 4 screws in my foot. ... (9 replies)
... wow, my dislocation was on my right foot too. ... (32 replies)
... I fell in gymnastics and had a near dislocation of my elbow and when I went home the pain got so bad I almost went to the ER. ... (20 replies)
... ing on. The doctor said that while most people have good relief by now, I'm not out of the realm of "normal." But I have to wonder what is going on. Sometimes my big toe hurts like somebody hit it with a hammer. The ball of my foot hurts when I walk. The upper arch hurts, but arch supports are painful so I don't use them. ... (54 replies)
... but again, not like it was, so that's good. But. . .when I step on my foot I get pain in the ball of the foot, up into the big toe. My big toe hurts, a sharp, stabbing pain, with every step. And, I have a sharp pain up from the arch toward that incision site. ... (6 replies)
... and he contemplated doing a more aggressive procedure but he thought maybe I was too young to do that to. About 2 months ago I started having pain in my second toe joint when I walked. ... (2 replies)
... I think its the tendon slipping or the broken sessamoid making contact with joint of the bones in my big toe? ... (3 replies)
... After surgery to fix a lisfranc dislocation, I have this one spot on the back of the big toe that is super sensitive. My doctor said he can't explain it because it isnt a nerve that was involved in the surgery. ... (5 replies)
... The only pain I have had recently is there is a point on the back of my big toe that is supersensitive. I feel that pins and needles pain that I assume is nerve related. Otherwise, the biggest annoyance is the swelling. ... (5 replies)