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... I shattered both of my heels in a fall last August and I can complete relate to what you are going through. I'm glad to read some of the burning and shooting pains are gone. As mentioned above, most of that is due to tissue damage from surgery and the feeling will become more normal with time... ... (12 replies)
... I know your pain honey, i had a bone infection in my big toe. it was so far gone that i had no joint left in it, it was completely eaten up, just a black spot on the ol' xray. ... (36 replies)
Pain in my feet
Aug 1, 2014
... Yes I have pain in my feet as well and I too am not diabetic. ... (1 replies)

... years of rest, PT and exercises. Her Podiatrist said she had PTT and since no progress with the therapies, she needed surgery. Before surgery they did an MRI and discovered that her tendons were perfectly fine and she didn't need surgery. ... (9 replies)
... project person to the extreme! On November 6, 2011, I learned that a heel bone is called a calcaneus! I was painting my 17' entry when my ladder slipped out on my hardwood floors. ... (18 replies)
... and elevate. Eat healthy. DON'T SMOKE. Not just because it's bad for you in general but because it may cause you to have postop slow healing and even infection. The stats are very bad for smokers with this injury because of the poor circulation in the feet. Anything you can do to improve circulation to the feet. ... (19 replies)
... I use about a half of a fresh pineapple combined with two cups of spinach when I don't have a broken foot. ... (12 replies)
... one is what bacteria is responsible for the infection and another is if there is an abscess or not. ... (2 replies)
... infection of my fusion with MRSA, months of antibiotics via IV infusion, failure of the fusion and removal of the hardware and some bone. I am electing not to do another fusion right now because my foot is what my doctor calls a "stable nonunion. ... (162 replies)
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Fusion of Big Toe
Apr 24, 2009
... turnover osteoporosis, which has caused nonunions in all of my surgeries. ... (162 replies)
... Ellen and Deb, it certainly seems that foot surgery has no particular rhyme or reason to it. Ellen this is the first time I have had to use a stimulator . ... (13 replies)
... a few weeks ago and said he wanted to go back in a do a small incision to smooth down the edges of the bone on each foot where there was a slight misalignment in the healing due to the great amount of bone that had to be removed and to take out the screws at the same time. ... (0 replies)
... What ever came about your bone scan? ... (8 replies)
... op infections, including osteomyelitis that occurred five times in the three years following the initial surgery. ... (4 replies)
... Glad to be of help! best of luck to you. ... (24 replies)
... i have a long history of ortho surgery here in the UK. ... (1 replies)
... The dreaded day for my OATS surgery came on April 18th. I had to have a cadaver bone used since my osteochondral desicans was 20mm x 18mm x 8mm. ... (4 replies)
... Tim, thanks to you and everyone who has replied to my post! i haven't checked in here for awhile, and am encouraged by what many of you have related about your experiences. ... (13 replies)
... Tim, thanks to you and everyone who has replied to my post! i haven't checked in here for awhile, and am encouraged by what many of you have related about your experiences. ... (13 replies)


Associated Tags: achilles, ankle arthritis, bursitis, calcaneus (heel bone) fractures, tendon pain, tibialis posterior

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