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... What bones did you actually break? ... (14 replies)
... I broke bones in midfoot and had a Lisfranc injury and had to have surgery. Is there any bruising on the bottom? ... (14 replies)
Top of foot pain
Jun 13, 2012
... Hi! So sorry u are dealing with this! I actually TOTALLY know what u are going through with the top of foot pain! I have had problems on and off my whole life with my feet. ... (4 replies)

Foot surgery
Mar 26, 2012
... and scared to death. He has to shorten bones in 2 toes with pins, remove a bunion with pins, and reconstruct my ligaments in my foot. The surgery is going to take 2 hours which I was suprised. ... (1 replies)
... I am actually two days away from full blown committment of having reconstructive foot surgery done on my left foot. I have had flat feet since birth. ... (9 replies)
... tic experience, and the last thing I wanted to hear about was additional surgery. But less than a year later I went to see a podiatrist. I was having some pain in my feet. The podiatrist was, well, acting like a jerk. ... (0 replies)
... Hi. I stumbled upon this post just trying to see how other people cope with all there foot problems. ... (24 replies)
... The difference between the fusions is that they will fuse 3 of the bones in your foot instead of just two. I don't think it will make a significant change to your recovery time, but you will have less range of motion when all is said and done. ... (22 replies)
... Diagnosed September 8, 2011 with tarsal coalition of the cuboid and navicular bones in both feet. I am on a trial with Superfeet insoles. However, the left foot seems to retain the pain. My question is if they are identical, why does the left one continue to hurt, but the right foot now feels fine? ... (6 replies)
... c of screws for fusion there, but also bones in midfoot lose hardness from nwb so long. I've had knee reconstruction surgery before so I know to see improvement up to a year or more after surgery. ... (11 replies)
... Hi cvolpe, I had the bunion and bunionette removed on my R foot three years ago. ... (2 replies)
... Have you seen a physical therapist yet? They can help improve the range of motion of the foot which can really help reduce the pain significantly (9 replies)
... Your foot hasn't had any weight on it for a period of time after suffering from some major trauma. Yes, major, as my surgeon put it to me. ... (9 replies)
... I googled to see what others have gone through with foot injuries. I'm recovering from bone fusion surgery in my rt foot and I just started the stage of walking with the boot without the crutches. ... (9 replies)
... It was only a little at first, I didn't notice too much abnormal pain, since I've always been used to having some sort of possible pain in my ankles. ... (2 replies)
Dec 24, 2010
... best.This is a crappy time for something like to happen but like there is a good time to get hurt not any time is good. At least we don't get that bad of winter in B.C. Canada at least no snow or ice yet in Vancouver. ... (0 replies)
... Thank you for your concern, i just got the mri results back and they said i would not have to go in for surgery for 2 screws in my foot, as long as i keep off of it, but they were considering it. Have a merry Christmas!!! ... (2 replies)
... and my body weight all went of the pressure of my foot which was purpendicular to the floor. ... (2 replies)
... is taking so long and the amount of pain I am still having. I was very lucky, my doctor and surgen were shocked that I fell that far and did not injure anything in my knee or hip, or break any other bones in my foot or anywhere else. ... (165 replies)
... It may be a little confusing because pain in either one can be described as your ankle since most of us don't even know what the difference is. ... (10 replies)

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