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... I would ask your Podiatrist about your foot pain. PF is usually diagnosed from patients symptoms of pain and then inability to walk because of it. ... (17 replies)
... Has anyone explored the possibility of Posterior Tibial Tendon issues? ... (3 replies)
... I feel like I might have tendinosis between or under the metatarsal heads. Would this most likely be part of the plantar fascia or some other tendons? ... (3 replies)

... worse in ball of foot, but also into arch and sometimes heel. ... (0 replies)
... But, he is skeptical of the treatment and instead recommended that I try my orthotics out for a couple more months. ... (4 replies)
... IS THERE... AS FOR THE CALCANIOUS IM SURE U HAVE HEARD IT IS THE WORST INJURY BECAUSE YOUR CALCANIOUS SUPPORTS YOUR WEIGHT... I USE TO FEEL LIKE A ROCK WAS ON MY BOTTOM OF MY HEAL WHEN I WOULD WALK ON IT...WHICH WAS ALWAYS THAT WAS MY MAIN REASON I HAD IT REMOVED....I ONLY LIMPP WHEN I WALK ON IT TOO LONG A CONSTANT WALK.... ... (6 replies)
... The achy feet in the morning doesnt necessarily mean PF, but its the most common symptom of it. The pain decrease after the first few steps as it stretches out, but may return after prolonged time on your feet. ... (17 replies)
... It's a day after having my 2 screws out and I'm feeling pretty good. They gave me a couple of shots in my foot before the surgery. After trying to locate the screws and poking around a bit, he just unscrewed them,stitched and bandaged me up. ... (44 replies)
... up shoes most of the time. ... (5 replies)
... But nothing now.My foot also hurt on the bottom, right at the base of the ball of my foot. You could actually feel the little bump, although it felt like a huge bump on the inside. ... (44 replies)


Associated Tags: ball of foot pain, calcaneus, calcaneus fracture, heel, heel fracture, metatarsal, prolotherapy

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