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... I went to the podiatrist for a painful bump on the side of my foot that I've had so a while but it had gotten pretty painful the last few months. ... (7 replies)
... and get you back walking." I was also prescribed PT which I haven't started yet. I'm questioning if I' even ready for weight bearing yet. No, I can't put weight on the foot without the boot. And only with the boot and crutches, I can take steps using both feet but very lightly on the injured foot. ... (1 replies)
... This past September I steped on a tree root walking in a grassy feild in a concert park. My ankle went down to the ground on both sides twice each way. The pain was INTENSE, very sharp like a knife cutting my arch of the foot. It felt like someone took my foot and forced sideways. ... (3 replies)

... I would think a cuboid bone takes a long time because it carries a big load on the foot. Are you weightbearing? ... (14 replies)
... Nearly two days ago, my horse whammed on my foot pretty solidly. ... (2 replies)
... Well the last check up I had, the doctor pressed near the ankle bone and a little way up my foot. The worst bruising in at the side of my foot, the briuse is deep and painful. ... (57 replies)
... I have a very strange problem. 5 years ago. I went to play squash and I did not warn up very well. After this play. I got a pain on the foot arc. I went to the doctor and he was thinking that I had a problem on the arc and the tissue has been remove from the bone and it need it to be stick again. ... (0 replies)
... It describes foot pains and can help determine a diagnosis.. I could not fit all the info in but here it goes..... ... (0 replies)
... walk on it which just makes it worse again. But I do keep trying to use it as I got the muscle close to being the same as the other 9 weeks ago but now can barely tolerate weight bearing on my ankle. ... (103 replies)
... If your PTT is ruptured, all the physical therapy in the world is not going to correct it. It does not mend like a broken bone. ... (14 replies)
... Hi first what tendon do you think you tore? ... (2 replies)
... Willoween, I am a bad girl, too! I have been wiggling my tootsies for a while now and have let my foot be flat on the floor more than once. It has been such a long haul that I feel sure I have broken every rule in the book at least once. ... (35 replies)
... regular updates on my own progress will help others who may go through this same event. ... (16 replies)
... In my case, I had arches...and then I didn't. My foot still had an arch when there was no weight on it, but as soon as I stood up my arch disappeared, my ankles rolled in, and the front of my foot splayed out...I called it my "duck foot. ... (14 replies)
... That will be a problem I will have to address when I feel like going down that road again. However, this is the first time I've ever hurt my right ankle and foot. During the last part of the marathon... ... (20 replies)
... I don't want to condemn any doctor but I feel like the podiatrist set me back. It was a health hazard for me to be walking around and I had a physical job. ... (12 replies)
... No, it was not a sprain. It probably would have been better if it was a sprain or broken, posterior tibial tendon tears are very hard to heal due to lack of blood flow to those areas. The Dr. ... (12 replies)
... Do you think it may be that the boot is too tight? ... (3 replies)
... year old son is scheduled to have posterior tibial tendon flat foot reconstructive surgery this summer. ... (4 replies)
... Do you remember the pain from the day after surgery? ... (46 replies)

Associated Tags: boot, broken, broken ankle, calcaneal osteotomy, calcaneus, cast, flat flexable feet, foot, fracture, heel, pain, posterior tibial repair, posterior tibial tendon surgery, ptt, tibialis posterior, walking boot

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