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Tips on Arch Pain
Mar 30, 2018
... my arches a break because they knot up and burn so bad. It makes me so frustrated because everything else has healed perfectly, I have full stability and no pain in the ankle but the arch pain is taking away from that. ... (1 replies)
... Shoe inserts are the WORST things for you because they weaken the strength you should have in your legs from the hips on down and I speak from experience. I had such flat feet the one of them rolled in and I also had horrible bunions. ... (5 replies)
... I am about 5 weeks post op from ankle surgery including peroneal tendon repair, peroneal tendon transfer, revision ankle stabilization, fibular groove deepening, and excision of peroneus quartus. ... (0 replies)

... to foot specialist. problem is ankle! left foot looks ok, right foot looks like a football is under the skin. long story short, if the surgeons doesn't think surgery will help at this time, just casts, then walking "boots", then rehab, etc..... ... (20 replies)
... Hi bflgs, My son's Dr suggested surgery on both feet for him (not now, in 2-3 yrs) and suggested they NOT be done at the same time, that the recovery would be harder on my son. He suggested doing them about 8 months apart, 3-4 at the least. From my own perspective, I don't have the foot problems my son has but I did have two back-to-back surgeries this year myself, not at... (8 replies)
... If anyone could give me any advice on how to handle the challenges of being off both feet for such a long time, I would love to hear! Is a wheelechair helpful at first? ... (8 replies)
... may 29th had surgery for bunions done on both feet...was up and walking on sides of my feet 11 days after surgery...casts on both feet and pins...pins to be removed on July question is how much pain will I be in after pins are removed and will it be comfortable to walk normal? ... (5 replies)
... My feet are so sore. Both on the 4th and 5th metatarsal on both feet. I had reconstructive surgery on my left foot in 1998 and since then that's been my good foot. ... (2 replies)
... but I have had PTTD reconstructions on both feet in the past 2 years...I feel like it has given me my life back. ... (11 replies)
... Hi. I'm 32 and have had severe pain in both feet BETWEEN 3rd and 4th toes mainly when I'm walking, hiking, dancing and being active. Finding shoes that don't cause me immediate pain is literally impossible. ... (5 replies)
... Hello all. I'm 25 and gearing up for surgery to both feet in a couple days and hoping to hear some success stories to calm me down lol. ... (1 replies)
... I had a spinal fusion in 1996, all went well. A very active life on a cattle property. A fall in 3003 resulted in a continuing right foot problem, then more spine problems and left foot due to the extra weight bearing protecting my right foot. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, on august 4th I fail from a ladder 8 feet height and broke my both calcaneus bones on both feet. The left was crushed to multiple pieces and the right one was just fractured from outside. ... (11 replies)
... did they happen to evaluate both feet back then? ... (19 replies)
... my right arch has been giving me burning pain, too! I am so afraid that having to bear all the weight as I hop around on it is going to cause or has caused PTTD in the right foot, too! I am hoping when I am back to using both feet and can take Ibuprofen to help with inflammation, that this will calm down. ... (19 replies)
... Haven't posted in a VERY long time, this will probably be a long post, so sorry in advance!! ... (19 replies)
... I have bunionetes on both feet. ... (12 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. She then went to a neurologist, 2 OS, 1 Sports Med Dr. ... (9 replies)
... OMG! I agree with what everybody said. You should have been feeling better if the diagnosis is correct. But it sounds to me that you might need surgery but all I can say is you do need to see somebody who specializes in foot and ankle surgery. I bid on this road for four years. ... (9 replies)
... Hello can you please tell me who in Vancouver does this operation? ... (19 replies)

Associated Tags: achilles, ankle arthritis, bursitis, calcaneal, calcaneous fracture, calcaneus fracture, calcaneus surgery, keyhole bunion surgery, minimally invasive foot surgery, recovery rates keyhole bunion surgery, tendon pain, tibialis posterior

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