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PTTD Stage 2?
May 17, 2018
... ankle and leg pain that I was having that had begun over a year ago. ... (0 replies)
... I am in the midst of transitioning to a sneaker with an ankle stirrup brace. ... (7 replies)
... footed all my life. I have bilateral bunions. ... (2 replies)

... foot was so painful that I didn't even care about the pain from the injuries. ... (3 replies)
... I am also having problems with my peroneal tendons. ... (4 replies)
... because of the bilateral weakness. in his experience the healing time almost doubled and the feelings of depression were higher because of the increased immobility. ... (43 replies)
PTT and club foot
Jul 21, 2008
... Looking thru the posts most people seem to have had a PTT due to flat foot and have the calcaneal osteotomy as well. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks a bunch for this info!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have about a week to get back to the doc to decide whether to have the surgery or get the bilateral brace for a month because she wants to prevent further damage. ... (43 replies)
... driving foot only. ... (43 replies)
... it still got better in a few days. Doc told me if the pain goes away, I could cancel my appointment in 2 weeks, which I plan to do.. ... (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)
... 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)
... I have flat feet which have gotten worse over time. My arches have completely collapsed causing arthritis in my metatarsal joints. The result is almost constant pain in the tops of my feet. ... (4 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)
... I went to see a specialist via the NHS who told me bilateral tears are common in parachute types, which I am not. I did however land flat footed off an army assault course, and then someone landed on my back sending me face forward into the mud .... toes touching shins .... ouch. ... (37 replies)
... while doing a patient transport with breathing equipment, the RN put the patient transport monitor in the doorway on the floor. When I came in with the equipment I tripped and went flying. The first appt. with the w.c. ortho doc he said bilateral ankle sprains and tendonitis. ... (9 replies)
... s comp doctor, he said I had bilateral tendonitis and bilateral ankle sprains. ... (10 replies)
... I posted a few weeks ago in leiu of having bilateral foot pain. ... (4 replies)
... d I got another opinion. I had a total of 6 opinions and every one agreed that this was a severe problem that NEEDED surgical correction. When you start having pain in your calves, feet, back, knees and hips it's pretty bad. ... (15 replies)
... I too am an older female but I have worn orthotics for many years because of flexible flat feet. Never really had too many problems until the last few years. ... (4 replies)

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