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... I have mostly mild ankle and foot pain in the right foot, on the top of the foot near the ankle, in the ankle joint itself, and sometimes deep within the heel, especially when walking. ... (0 replies)
... I had a neuroma in my right foot caused by needle trauma to a nerve following an injection. ... (3 replies)
... I'm not sure I can offer much advice but I have had a recent experience similar to yours. I crushed both of my heel bones back in August and required surgery for both. I had to wait 12 weeks before bearing any weight. ... (1 replies)

... He didnt say . when I went in it was to discuss redoing the navicular orif because it was still a non union And the bones weren't set together right. Which makes for alot of ccracking and crunching in the foot. He says its the bones rubbing together. . ... (20 replies)
... In Feb 2011, I suffered a lateral sprain which resulted in a fractured cuboid. It took 7 podiatrists to connect "lateral column pain" with a cuboid injury, a subxluxed cuboid thats not responsive to manipulation. ... (2 replies)
... While the ortho may have had a card saying foot and ankle surgery, having the Board designation is an entirely different thing and requires extra training and certification. ... (27 replies)
... What made you decide to have surgery in the first place? ... (18 replies)
... tendons to stretch, resulting in the unstable ankle. The ankle would "roll" constantly and about 8 years ago, I twisted my ankle, tearing the ligaments on the outside of the ankle. ... (18 replies)
... It took a month between surgery and the injury because of a few reasons. I spent a week in the hospital at first, and there they were still trying to determine if I was a going to need surgery on my back as well. ... (9 replies)
... I know that the pt with the most experience had never dealt with an allograft in the ankle before. Clearly, they're simply not sure how to treat it. ... (83 replies)
Flat foot problems
Dec 21, 2009
... in my arch. I have gotten many different orthotics already and none of them have worked for any length of time. The foot specialist that I saw told me that there was no surgery that they knew of that would help my problem. From what we know, my problem is hereditary. ... (2 replies)
... y for your predicament. I'm confused on exactly what your problem was and what he did. At its simplest, aa bunion is a malformation of the toe so that it turns in and the joint is at a "v" on the outside of the foot...the bones being at a sort of angle rather than straight from the foot thru the toe. ... (6 replies)
... It's still worth trying to walk again even if you do have another setback at some point. It will maintain strength in your leg muscles, density of the bones in your leg and foot, and flexibility in the leg and foot joints. It will also reduce the chance of secondary injury from crutches. ... (72 replies)
... burning pains enough to make your foot jerk adn bring tears to your eyes even when you're just lying in bed? ... (99 replies)
... to hear about your injury, this injury is so hard to bear both physically and mentally. I am doing very well now, I started putting partial weight bearing on my foot about 3 months after my injury. ... (34 replies)
... rays show that I already have bone to bone contact where the bones are wearing each other out. Not much cartlidge left between them. My right foot's bones are not aligned properly where the bones have been rubbing each other. I don't have much of a lump on top. The Dr. ... (32 replies)
... I'm having a similar problem in regards to a "tingling" sensation. I posted about it here. Have you seen a Doctor about this yet? ... (5 replies)
... I don't have diabetes, nor does it run in the family. ... (5 replies)
... Was not a typical neuroma doc said in that he found a mass of soft tissue in that space with lots of nerves running through it. ... (14 replies)
... e time, heard the doc explain what he was doing to his assistants, heard all the swell power tools and was able to see what they were doing a bit as a reflection in the overhead lights. I had a huge cuff on my thigh to slow down blood flow to my foot. ... (6 replies)


Associated Tags: allograft, ocd, osteochandral defect, osteochandral lesion, osteotomy

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