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... the BONES in the ball of your foot start to feel like a lump? ... (2 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)
... you can also try custom made orthodics. i also had the pain in the bottom of my foot and my dr also said the same thing about the fat pads. ... (3 replies)

... especially in people with thin fat pads to begin with and in people who jog a lot. ... (2 replies)
... euroma that was diagnosed by a different doc who no longer does surgeries. I've had 3 cortisone injections with no improvement. This doc says I don't have enough fat in my feet. Want me to take oral steroids and use ice. Thought there might be a fracture, but didn't find one. ... (2 replies)
... I'm sorry to learn that a cortisone shot worsened your condition. I'm not surprised, though, because the 2 cortisone shots I received caused permanent fat pad atrophy on the bottom of my foot. My aunt's friend just received a cortisone injection in the ankle area, and now her ankle feels so much worse. ... (8 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)
... ck on your feet, and the first week or two you start walking is the hardest! You'll have to work through the pain as after being NWB for so long, you lose a lot of the fat pad on the bottom of your foot. After having both feet done now, it's amazing how much better I feel! ... (7 replies)
... in my right foot. If the doctor has okay'd you to move to a shoe, I would recommend not using a gel insert! After being NWB for so long, you need to allow the fat pad on the bottom of your heel to come back. ... (9 replies)
Loss of Fat Pad
Mar 22, 2011
... You said you have zero fat pad. Can you walk or stand with barefoot? ... (18 replies)
Loss of Fat Pad
Mar 22, 2011
... and that they also caused the scar tissue. Anyways...he told me there is actually zero fat pad left. ... (18 replies)
Fat pad atrophy
Oct 15, 2010
... ntation is supposed to last, but if it works and it only lasts a few years I'd be willing to do it. It's so non invasive and I'm certainly all for sucking a bit of fat from a place where I don't need it and putting it in a place where I do need it! ... (48 replies)
Fat pad atrophy
Oct 15, 2010
... I'm wondering how long the fat augmentation supposed to last? ... (48 replies)
Fat pad atrophy
Oct 11, 2010
... To answer your questions...I had my surgery from the tops of my feet. ... (48 replies)
Fat pad atrophy
Oct 9, 2010
... I have heard that when a neuroma is removed, it is supposed to be done from the BOTTOM of the foot, not the top. Have you heard that? ... (48 replies)
Fat pad atrophy
Oct 4, 2010
... years ago, went to physical therapy, had acupuncture treatments, and not one of these docs seem to be able to help me. ... (48 replies)
Fat pad atrophy
Sep 17, 2010
... I found a podiatrist in Florida who will do the injections in the bottom of my foot. The cost is 500.00 I remember someone on the board saying they were doing it, I am trying to find her post and see what her outcome was. ... (48 replies)


Associated Tags: ball of foot pain, metatarsal, prolotherapy

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