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... or posterior tibial tendon dysfunction from a terrible fall, where my arch immediately collapsed and my tendon attenuated. It is also called adult aquired flat foot syndrome. I limped around for 4. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks so much for your great advice! I just turned 55, but my surgeon said the bones in my foot look like that of a 20 year old. But I do have degenerative arthritis in my back, left knee, hands etc, but not in this foot thank the Lord! ... (19 replies)
... Metatarsalgia lasting this long in someone your age could be a manifestation of arthritis, and in the feet, I would want to have blood tests done for inflammation, and to check for rheumatoid arthritis, both RA factor and anti CCP in addition to your MRI. ... (2 replies)

... nion surgery was rather easy considering all that was cut, but every person is different. I still wish you would find a GOOD physical therapist who has majored in body mechanics look at it. I found my guy at a gym. If you go ahead with the surgery, I wish you good luck and a fast recovery. ... (5 replies)
... Sorry for the typo. A fiber is connecting two bones in my foot that has prevented an arch from ever forming. Its an orthopedic surgeon. Do you know anything about what recovery looks like? ... (5 replies)
... Spyder, I can relate to the screws in the ankle. I dislocated and broke all three bones in my ankle in Feb. The OS had to place 6 screws and a metal plate in my left ankle. I have been in my boot for 2 weeks and I am suppose to be starting to walk now and I can't. Any suggestions? ... (3 replies)
... g with ankle pain for over 10 years. I haven't had any trouble with my left flat foot. I had one dr that want to give me an ankle fusion and another dr said flat foot reconstruction so I went with the flat foot reconstruction. My dr told me my foot would not be back to normal for 12 to 18 months. ... (7 replies)
... foot to stop it from collapsing again. From what I am reading, any foot surgery takes a year and half at LEAST to be back to normal. Does this seem about right? ... (7 replies)
... Started a new thread and got no replies. Hope to hear from someone by replying to this post. I will be having surgery on my foot and ankle on March 12. I don't have the medical names for it all but Dr. will do a tibia tendon transfer. ... (16 replies)
Stiffness in Foot
Sep 14, 2013
... The stiffness seems to be between the bones, from the ball of my foot to and just up the ankle. ... (0 replies)
... I did a lot of research before my appointment and am very familliar with surgical terms as I work in a surgical office and have an interest in medicine so that might be why I feel that I had a pretty good understanding of what I will need to do. ... (22 replies)
... years ago, the last 6 have all been in the last 2 years. ... (12 replies)
... toe part, whenever I walk around a km swelling also occur ,but after a long rest when I woke up in the morning sweelling disappeared. ... (0 replies)
... foot bones compared to other bones in my body. Not sure exactly what she was looking for, but I did have the whole body scan even though we were just working with the ankle. ... (13 replies)
... However, it took me 2 yrs before I decided to do the surgery. I didn't start having foot pain until about 3 yrs ago. I just put up with it. Then my grown daughter had to have surgery on her foot...accessory navicular bone excision and PTT. ... (22 replies)
... can lead to further damage. If you feel it is not right get off of it! I didn't and I ended up destroying my post tib tendon, destroying my arch and caused the bones in my foot to spread out. That was 8 years ago....I finallly found a Dr who knew what to do. It is a hellish surgery. ... (4 replies)
Broken foot
Oct 22, 2012
... was just wondering if anyone has ever broken the fifth Metatarsal bones in the foot? ... (0 replies)
... rays and they couldn't find anything wrong with the bones in my foot nor ankle. They are having a radiologist look at them to be sure. ... (47 replies)
... The emergency room doctor didn't tell me. On my paper work it just says metatarsal fracture. It's on the outside of my foot, I think. That is where the pain and the swelling is and most of the bruising (although the brusing has spread.) Today, I see an orthopedic doctor and he can tell me more I suppose. (14 replies)
... I have some brusing on the bottom of my foot, most bruising is on the top. I have an appointment with an orthopedic doctor today. Thanks for replying, it's nice to know someone is on the down slope and I will get through this :) (14 replies)

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