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... Thanks you for a quick response about foot drop problem. ... (12 replies)
... and my right heel immediately started hurting. It hurt a lot but I kept skiing and actually skied the entire next day too, as I didn't know it was broken. ... (3 replies)
... port system that pushes up into the area beneath my cuboid, I am fine. Was wondering if anyone here has had an os peroneum or similar issue that causes this kind of pain. Or could it actually be a cuboid issue? ... (0 replies)

Bottom of heel
Mar 26, 2012
... There is a fat pad that sits on the bottom of your heel that helps cushion impact. Your plantar fascia also runs along the bottom of your foot and connects at the very back of your heel. ... (2 replies)
Bottom of heel
Mar 26, 2012
... is there a name for pain at the bottom of your heel. not the back of the heel. the big round area at the bottom. i try to search the computer. ... (2 replies)
... So I went to see a podiatrist today. Dr. Walker...gotta love that. He immediately knew it was planter fasciitis. ... (4 replies)
... The bruised feeling is probably the beginning of a heel spur. ... (4 replies)
... So, I shattered my heel on a tree swing into a river on May 29, 2016. ... (4 replies)
... You could have a tight plantar facia, which is the ligament on the bottom of your foot and a very important one. If that gets tight, you can have pain from your heel up to the front of your foot. ... (3 replies)
... It is my right foot only. Heel pain, and basically all of my foot. I wear inserts plus an extra heel cushion. I been to the foot doctor and gave me a antibiotic and he recommended icing and heating and stretching bottom of foot. Any other suggestions? ... (3 replies)
Heel Spur
Sep 9, 2015
... This type of heel spur sounds incredibly painful. I'm glad that you finally were able to have it taken care of. When Canna mentioned a heel spur, I was thinking of a heel spur that occurs on the bottom middle part of the heel where the plantar fascia attaches. ... (5 replies)
Heel Spur
Sep 7, 2015
... Does the bottom of your heel and the tendon that attaches from the heel towards your toes feel like it is being pulled or over stretched? ... (5 replies)
... bearing allowed, he took it off and told me to walk. Well, I really couldn't. I had a sharp pain in the center of my heel about the same as if you were to put a pebble directly underneath your heel and walk around on it. Plus the bones in front of my ankle hurt extremely sharply if I put any weight at all forward. ... (7 replies)
... was that almost immediately I was able to put full weight on my heel without any cushioning on a hard surface and the pain was extremely minimal and most tolerable. ... (3 replies)
... It's normal at first to have heel pain like that. ... (13 replies)
... I am currently 8 weeks post op from a very extensive flat foot reconstructive surgery . I was excited to start partial wt bearing this week starting w 25 percent in a boot. ... (13 replies)
... Thank you. I started doing my stretches today. I kinda of stop doing my exercises and I guess I shouldn't have stop. ... (8 replies)
... Other than the bottom of your foot hurting near your heal, have you noticed a big difference in your overall recovery in the last 2 months? ... (8 replies)
... Ditto to everything left foot said. It's a very normal reaction to the surgery for the plantar fascia to be inflamed for awhile. Stretches and ice are good. I like to hang my heel off the edge of a step. ... (8 replies)
... Fractures often do not show up on xrays in the first few days, so a repeat xray or Ct scan may be needed. There is also a bursae on the bottom of the heel, that when inflamed, can be very painful with weight bearing. I agree an orthopedic Dr would be your best bet. ... (3 replies)


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