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... Doc did you use, also has anyone had luck with breaking up scar tissue to eliviate pain? ... (5 replies)
... I had surgery on Dec. 17 and had my inner sesamoid bone removed along and a neuroma removed as well, between my 3rd and 4th toes. ... (0 replies)
Morton's Neuroma
Oct 7, 2008
... I had neuroma surgery 5 months ago where they removed the nerve. My foot is still pretty numb where they removed the nerve. ... (6 replies)

... I was wondering how your foot is doing after seeing the Patriot's podiatrist. I have had a neuroma for 7 years and am looking for a good podiatrist in Boston as I'm considering surgery. Conservative treatment has not helped me at all. ... (21 replies)
... a little soreness at incision site as well as a little soreness right under incision on ball of foot after neuroma surgery? ... (11 replies)
... ART didn't work and I even tried accupuncture as a way of desperateness. None work. The neuroma in my left foot is growing back for the third time. So I'm going to finally swittch podiatrist. ... (21 replies)
... I try to rub the scars every day with a thick cream, but it does become very uncomfortable while doing it. also I send shock waves up my toes when I mess with it. I've been using a cane which helps with getting around. I wish I could give you more infor. ... (21 replies)
... Nope, which is why he isn't the greatest guy in the world. He suggested it after the fact, because he thought it might break up adhesions in the affected area. ... (10 replies)
... I had a Morton's neuroma removed a year ago. ... (0 replies)
... pain started back again, TERROR!! I even considered a 3rd surgery, pain had gotten almost as bad as before surgery,,, I constanly babied my foot and wore my post up rubber shoe around, only shoe that was comfortable.. ... (1 replies)
... well, I have been dealing with a foot neuroma for over a year.... ... (3 replies)
... eat up scar tissues, it worked, but expensive. ... (0 replies)
... Has anyone had acupuncture to break up scar tissue from Morton neuroma surgery? ... (0 replies)
... ons, sports injury specialists, pain specialists etc. You name it, I've been there and no one has been able to undo what this person did. One suggestion was to break the bones above the scar, lift them off the scar and reset them to remove or reduce the pressure on the scar. ... (12 replies)
... Has anyone had a physical therapist or dr. use the iontopatch on them to prevent scar tissue even a year or two after neuroma surgery? ... (0 replies)
... For those who had neuroma surgery have you ever had small amount of hyaluronidase injected to break up scar tissue? ... (0 replies)
Scar Tissue
Jun 16, 2009
... s it feel like walking on a rock, numbing in toes and weird clicking feeling that I've read about with others. Almost debilitating.........wished I had just put up with the original problem. The cryo approach sounds somewhat promising with some. I can't afford to take 2 and 3 weeks off of work though. ... (23 replies)
Scar Tissue
Jun 14, 2009
... Thanks..I will keep rubbing the ball of my foot and hope eventually I can break up the scar tissue. If I have to resort to surgery to get rid of it after all else fails, I will. I wonder how well removing the scar tissue surgically would work. ... (23 replies)
... I am completely recovered, and walking fast again, 3 to 5 miles a day. I do have some scar tissue on the top where the incision is, but I am rubing it a lot to break it up and it is almost gone. My honest opinion, you have gone thru way too much, you need to have this neuroma taken out. ... (32 replies)
... Hi Sharon, I had my Morton's Neuroma surgery in Sep., I do have some scar tissue that makes it a bit tight, you need to massage the tissue so it will break up and go away, I am still massaging mine and it is going away slowly. ... (4 replies)

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