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... the person may have pulled too hard. If you want to improve your dorsiflexion, a good way to start is to sit in a chair with one leg crossed over the other knee and gently turn the ankle of the crossed leg. You can also step on a tennis ball, which will loosen the ligaments in your feet and that will loosen up your ankle. ... (2 replies)
... someone who will work one on one with you because I think you will have to start very gently, as did the man who has helped me and he started on the foot. ... (6 replies)
... In my case, I just had the bunion fixed. For the flat feet, I stick to shoes that have good support. ... (1 replies)

... Has anyone here who needed bunion surgery also need to have their flat feet surgically corrected? ... (1 replies)
... For flat feet, I think you probably need to have orthontic shoe inserts made. ... (2 replies)
... hi all, I have flat feet and bunions too. I was wondering about all the different kinds of surgery etc for bunions in particular and wanted to know if anyone had been through any of the kinds of surgery and felt it was at all effective. Let me know please if you have any experience of it.. ... (2 replies)
... just thought I would add my opinion and hope it may help your mom. ... (7 replies)
... Is flat feet more common than high arch feet? ... (1 replies)
... I ask because my feet were so flat, at one time, that they rolled in, but I have had a personal trainer who worked and worked on them and I, now, have nice arches. Flat feet, GENERALLY are due to weak hips, which, in turn make the legs weak as well as the feet. ... (4 replies)
... You have flat feet because the muscles and tendons in your feet, ankle, legs and hips are weak and I speak from experience. ... (4 replies)
... I had always thought that I had been born with very weak ankles and flat feet. Had horrible bunions on each foot and NO arch. I now have a wonderful arch and good ankles due to a good physical therapist, who majored in body mechanics after his four years of college. ... (4 replies)
... No worries; you did not upset me. As WTW stated, there are myriad problems that cannot be managed with physical therapy alone. Good luck to you. (12 replies)
... No, I did not have a bad experience with foot surgery in the least. Had very, very little pain and thought I was doing the correct thing, but here it is years later and I have discovered that the surgery was not needed. ... (12 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Mar 21, 2013
... I have already had my local GP's referral to see a specialist and am currently on the NHS waiting list to discuss surgery. ... (6 replies)
... I had very, very flat feet with bunions and hammer toes and years ago, an ortho man operated on them. Recently, within a year or more, a hammer toe was coming back and my bunions were getting larger. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 17 and have very flat feet that are products of genetics. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Everyone!! I have been having some problems the last few days and have searched far and wide to find someone else in my "shoes" but have been unsuccessful, so I decided to come here. ... (0 replies)
... pronation. I started wearing orthodics when I was five, but when I younger my bunions were the main cause of most of my pain, and as soon as my growth plates closed when I was 14 I had a bunionectomy on my left foot, and had it done to my right foot the following year. ... (9 replies)
... Hello I really need some advice about my horrible flat feet.Today i went to the Pediatrist and he pretty much told me my feet was deformed,and that they couldn't do a insert surgery because my big toe is pushing outwards and seperating away from my other toes.. ... (9 replies)
... e pretty scary for you at 16 to make such hard decisions about whether or not to have surgery. I would have your parents talk with the doctor more about the pros and cons. Also, you should get a second or third opinion. ... (12 replies)

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