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... a walker the first day to get around and was able to walk in surgical shoes after that for 2 weeks. The surgery was very successful and the nerves were the size of a pencil when removed. Dr said that was pretty large. I was off work for 2 weeks bc I needed to take it easy. I was on pain meds for 5 days after the surgery. ... (5 replies)
... speech and of course mentioned a few other things.... ... (32 replies)
... I have not worn "regular" shoes in 6 months. I have S1 Radiculopathy in my back they found, and they said that this comes with it. However, I have pain in both feet and much so in the insides of my feet, which they signify is l5 back problems. ... (2 replies)

... T. so many pills. They caused me to gain weight. I was thin before and happier and in better health before all these pills. So we had surgery in Nov. 2009. Both feet the same day. The day she removed the stitches I told her my feet were numb. I didn't have this feeling or this type of pain before surgery. ... (10 replies)
... I was told by my surgeon that I could walk around with my surgical shoes the night of the surgery. ... (14 replies)
... This week, I was diagnosed with PTTD and Plantar Fasciitis. I have seen two doctors in the last month trying to get to the bottom of my foot and ankle pain. The short version of the story is popping in my arch with burning, swelling in the ankle, flat feet, lots of pain. ... (1 replies)
Losing hope
Jul 2, 2008
... I was just intrigued by your story and wanted to comment. I've been dealing with extreme and crippling nerve pain in my feet for over a year now, and just went through my second surgery on one foot for what is thought to be tarsal tunnel. I developed the pain from running. ... (29 replies)
... get u on out of here..." Pain in L. ... (1 replies)
... op visit today where she changed dressing and took xrays. She said things are looking great, although she was a bit surprised by the amount of swelling still hanging around. ... (0 replies)
... Please forgive me for intruding on your pain and agony with this story, but by my sharing my ordeal it may empower you with some sort of information you may or may not find useful. ... (31 replies)
Had enough help
Feb 3, 2004
... ms ever since, originally think I bruised the bones as had natural delivery and was on bed with nurses at bottom of bed and I needed to push from my hips with my feet at their hips when contractions were happening but what i was actually doing was using my feet and damaged them in the process. ... (0 replies)
... bottom of my big toe, etc. ... (2 replies)
... I posted a few weeks ago in leiu of having bilateral foot pain. ... (4 replies)
... Ok, I am hoping someone has an opinion or experience they will share with me please. So I went to see a second dr. today for both of my feet. ... (0 replies)
... I have had what everyone thought was plantar fasciiitis for the past year. Pain was at the end of the day in my arches, and started with my toes, after a year of trying everything for my pf, a new pod is positive I have bilateral Tarsal Tunnel. ... (5 replies)
... corns, calluses, bunions, a spur in each heel, PF, burning painful feet. And to top this off, how about a torn tendon in the bottom of my foot. The cause of the spurs? ... (46 replies)
... can you believe its snowing on the first day of spring. gee that sucks! ... (65 replies)
... I had a nerve conduction test that tested positive for a pinched nerve. There is a nerve that runs with the posterior tib tendon, and the nerve continues to the bottom of your foot. Some people with collapsed arches put pressure on the nerve. I take cymbalta for the pain. ... (11 replies)
... k showing inflammed fascia but no tears. I was told to continue to wear the inserts and once again informed this doctor that I could not wear the insert because of either swelling in the bottom of the foot or my arch had fallen if that was possible. ... (2 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear about the results of your MRI. I would want to get a copy of the MRI and the report and take it to another Podiatrist for a second opinion before deciding to try anything. I think your right about that. ... (5 replies)

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