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... irst mistake. Long story short, it's better but I still walk on the outside border and am dependent on a permanent orthotic that isn't able to firmly put my foot flat on the ground. Bummer for sure, but I guess I'll learn to live with it. ... (7 replies)
... I have had bilateral flat feet since I can remember. As a child I wore "special shoes" with steel shank and Thomas Heels. I don't think they make them any more. ... (4 replies)
Flat feet...
Feb 26, 2008
... I was just wondering does having bilateral flat feet cause back problems...? ... (1 replies)

... and the Doc seeing he just happens to have Flat feet. So what you are saying is .... anyone with any kind of flat feet should be prepared for problems in the future. The Podiatrist said many runners have this condition, is this true? ... (4 replies)
... flexible flat aren't as benign as your reading would suggest. I've read the literature too. Flexible and PAINFUL flat feet ARE a problem that should be treated. ... (4 replies)
... I have been doing some reading... I have learned their are 3 kinds of flat feet.... Flexible Flat, Rigid Flat Foot , and something described as Flat Foot With a Tight Heel Cord . Which did you have ? ... (4 replies)
... My son is in 1st year of cross country, he has foot pain that just started out of blue after months of running, Podiotrist thinks it is just a tear of some sort, that should heal in a week or 2, he wrapped his foot, but said he was MORE concerned with his flat feet-beings that he is a runner. What kind of problems would this cause in the long haul? My son loves to run, I... (4 replies)
... d will cause disability if left untreated. I had the deformity all my life but it started getting worse and the pain started when I was 25. I was 31 when I had bilateral triple arthrodesis. It is not a simple surgery. It involves a major reconstruction of the foot but the alternative would have been much worse. ... (15 replies)
... I have flat feet which have gotten worse over time. My arches have completely collapsed causing arthritis in my metatarsal joints. ... (4 replies)
... I'm a 51 year old woman with bilateral adult acquired flat foot deformity. I've suffered painful flat feet all of my life and in the last few years I've become increasingly disabled. ... (10 replies)
... bearing xrays which the dr used to find all the angles that my ankles and feet were off. ... (3 replies)
... No one has replied to you yet so I thought I'd jump in. Having both feet done at the same time is very rough. ... (43 replies)
... is mine. I had the MBA Implant about a year and a half ago. After I had the procedure, I could not walk again and was in a wheel chair. I know that KBEST had bilateral MBA and loves them. My PT said that it is rare that a person can walk with them placed in the joint. ... (17 replies)
... triple arthrodesis is fusion of the calcaneus, talus, cuboid and navicular bones to construct an arch. Usually done for people with severe flat feet/severe pronation. Depending on what the original problem was there may or may not have been some ligament/tendon work done at the same time. Some people have the achilles tendon lengthened as well. I find it very surprising... (5 replies)
... Hello, I appreciate all the advice from you two. After visiting work, I realized its more returning to normalcy and visiting with my colleagues and the students ( I'm a high school math teacher) that I want to get back to, rather than the actual work. Taking all of it on would be a big risk since I'm not even sure I can comfortably sit in the wheelchair for that long. I've... (8 replies)
... month of rehab I still felt unstable on my right leg. We found out that the impact also ruptured my ACL which was causing the instability. Common side effect of bilateral calcaneus fractures apparently. I hope that's not the case for you but it's worth ruling out that possibility at your next appointment. ... (4 replies)
... I am a 52 yo female. Have been fighting osteoarthritis in knees and also flat feet for years. Diagnosed with PTTD right foot last year, tried CAM boot, PT, casting to no avail. ... (2 replies)
... I just found this board which while 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)
... and was originally diagnosed with bilateral tendonitis and bilateral ankle sprains. I had an MRI at the end of August which did not really show any problem but the swelling did not go away. ... (4 replies)
... ed by my work, so I'm not sure how it'll be on the NHS. I got the special shoes straight after surgery so I used them to walk from the car. Are you having both feet done? ... (18 replies)


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