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... When I was trying to do the "heel walk" which is common in folks who had this kind of surgery, I had some discomfort in my heel area. I just went back to my crutches to give my foot a break. ... (7 replies)
... I had my surgery 11 weeks ago. Have been in PT for five weeks. In the past week, I have been off crutches most of the time. I now have a sharp, stabbing like pain in the bottom of my foot, in front of the heel, right in the center. ... (4 replies)
... S1 disc replacement 2012, had right foot drop from initial injury herniated disc. As of lately both feet hurt mainly on bottom heel, arch and ball of foot. Only relief is standing on massage ball or getting massage. ... (1 replies)

... different sensations. About when I think I can't stand it anymore, the pain I was worried about goes away but something new is happening. As for the outside edge of the foot, I am walking now and I feel the same thing. I think I have walked on that outer edge for so many years, trying to hold my arch up... ... (10 replies)
... what type of boot did you go into? ... (5 replies)
... on the bottom of the foot. It feels like a stabbing type of pain. ... (1 replies)
... I mean that was the whole point of the surgery for my arch not to hurt. ... (11 replies)
... Does it hurt where the arch meets the heel underneath? ... (1 replies)
... the bottem of my foot hurts for about 3 minutes straight really bad! ... (1 replies)
... e up and went to the doctor with work drawing so close. I received plantar fasciitis as the diagnosis, but I am not sure since most sites say that occurs in the bottom of the foot and arch. I got some meds to take. Hopefully those will clear everything up. Thanks to all. ... (11 replies)
... saw a bunch of different foot doctors. ... (5 replies)
... rd metatarsal area just informs of the bone on top of the foot hurt SO bad. ... (2 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. ... (7 replies)
... re surgery, like you I just want to be able to function without pain and without aides to walk and get around. Before my surgery my surgeon said I had the bones of a 20 year old with no arthritis, I bet after my 20 procedures and 6 and half hours of surgery in the future this will not be the case anymore. ... (9 replies)
... Here is the transcript/outline to "Managing Your Heel Pain" By Dr. Ford, Kaiser Permanente Managing Your Heel Pain Introduction Brought to you by The Permanente Medical Group Heel Pain: What It Is and What You Can Do What causes it (9 replies)
... I totally hear you about fear and pain. I am there now... I meant to say I use the walker to take those steps. I also hold the handle bars of my scooter and walk a bit like that at home only. It hurts a bit but when it gets to be too much I stop and use the scooter. ... (75 replies)
... foot that was very dry..after the initial cosmetic concerns, i noticed that the bottom of my foot was squishy.....maybe supple is a better word? ... (11 replies)
... don't do too much too soon. My pain got worse when I became fully weight bearing. At this point, the ankle pain is not as bad as pain on the bottom of my foot, especially the outer edge of my foot. I didn't have that pain at all before the surgery and I think it is nerve pain. ... (5 replies)
... he too many toes thing actually comes from the flat foot part or the pttd. I do know that I have pttd, flat foot and I suspected plantar faciatis as I had a lot of heel pain and shortening of muscles in the back of my leg. ... (8 replies)
... Per Podiatrist Weight is not enough to cause me problems I am having. Hard to lose weight when it hurts to stand. ... (0 replies)


Associated Tags: chronic, foot pain, heel pain, plantar, plantar fasciitis

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