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... I would assume your not getting xrays because it was a work related or you have no insurance. I broke both my heels and talar bones and I could move my feet a little bit, mostly because I had to have my Ski boots removed, I tossed my lunch after the second boot came off. But it does not matter how far you fell or how fast you were going, it only takes a certain... (5 replies)
... Snakeyes, go have your foot x-rayed. I fell about 6 feet down a ladder and landed on a concrete ledge. I thought I had a sprain. After looking at the x-ray the doctor said my heel (calcareous) looked like a cookie that someone had hit with a hammer. I could move my ankle in all directions but it was really painful to put any pressure at all on my foot. You can have a... (5 replies)
... thanks for the responses, but can someone elaborate on the part of where u fractured or shattered ur heel, wat i mean is if u could rotate ur foot afterward either left or right or up or down without difficulty/pain after the initial injury? am holding off on the x-rays for another week or two, its seems to be getting slightly better w/each passing day so thinking its jus a... (5 replies)

... My heel shattered into over 200 pieces from a fall from just 5 feet. ... (5 replies)
... fell about 1 story down and landed flat on my heel with full body weight.. ... (5 replies)
... y rehab physio trying to strengthen the ankle. Which allowed me to get a bit of muscle back on the leg finally and I got some stability back and was able to walk heel to toe when It wasn't injured. Swelling was normal when not hurt for my new normal. But was still using the brace. ... (5 replies)
... rays to double check. Nothing I'm reading online seems to relate my symptoms to a bone bruise. I've had issues with this doctor before but I'm stuck because we're military and were overseas. Any experience or advice or ideas? ... (3 replies)
... I cancelled the appointment because my sister has RSD and I didn't have any symptoms of the disorder. I called my Dr. two days later and told him I was misdiagnosed with RSD, and the trivial pain over the weekend. ... (4 replies)
... Regarding "the impression I had wasted her time" that is one ploy for when something is over their head and they refuse to invest the time to find answers or bruise their ego by finding someone else who can help. I have seen heelies get blown off by one, two and three doctors before finding a competent one. ... (109 replies)
... No telling what you did to your whole lower leg and or foot from a fall that height with the force of your weight you are talking possible fractures. You might be having referred pain from possible spiral fracture in your ankle or lower leg. You could of fractured any number of bones in your foot or you might of tore you achilles tendon and with that waiting any length of... (5 replies)
OCD Repair Options
Mar 30, 2008
... Hi Dave, Sorry for the delayed response, we were away for awhile skiing - my last time before surgery. I am not sure really how the plantar faciitis ties in with the OCD. I just developed the PF last summer and I have had the OCD for for almost 30 years! While my ankle was deteriorating before the PF, it was so bad after the PF that I went to an OS so there probably is... (52 replies)
OCD Repair Options
Mar 22, 2008
... arch, but always on the lateral side. The pain feels like I am walking on a bruise though there is no swelling and nothing to see. I have had this now for about a year and believe it is connected to my OCD. ... (52 replies)
... ankle area. After reading some things online, the only thing I could find that really fit my symptoms was a bone bruise so I am not to worried about it. But because the pain is pretty bad i wanted to see what or if anyone else had any thoughts. ... (5 replies)

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