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... op to remove a Haglunds deformity and neuroma between my 4th and 5th metatarsals. I'm still NWB and so far my pain has been mostly tolerable. But, last night I woke up in the most horrid pain. ... (2 replies)
... Has anyone tried Astym treatment by a physical therapist after neuroma surgery? ... (1 replies)
... I am scheduled to have bursitis surgery on the ball of my foot in 6 weeks. Has anyone else had this done? ... (13 replies)

... I had two neuromas removed from my right foot in 09. ... (0 replies)
... have a feeling after walking for foot of burning on bottom, and feels like a hard knot right under the two toes where he did the surgery, is this normal, and my foot feels better with a sock on it, take it off and it is kinda hard to walk good, got a shoe with a hard bottom, and I can walk with with that, with the sock on.. ... (31 replies)
... you have much swelling after the surgery, took the bandage off today and looks like I have about 7 stitches in between my toes, they are swollen and if I put the foot down on floor it starts to burning on bottom..put bandaide over the incision and got white sock on.. ... (31 replies)
... I, too had neuroma surgery 11 years ago !! ... (124 replies)
... Hi the doctor removed 2 neuroma. He said that he had to release the tendons in my 3 toes. I questioned why because I had researched the surgery and no one had said they had both done. Just removed the neuroma. ... (9 replies)
... hi, did anyone tell you the Neuroma could come back? ... (4 replies)
... I had a 1 inch incision on the top of my foot and they went to the bottom of my foot to remove a mass. This was in each foot. ... (4 replies)
... Hi there! I am a 28 year old female and I have had 2 mortons neuroma surgeries. I tried cortisone shots and orthotics. ... (5 replies)
Foot surgery fears
Jun 23, 2012
... I just had foot surgery on May 2nd for mortons neuroma, torn peraneal tendon, and achilles tendonosis. I had purchased a knee scooter before my surgery to help me get around. It was the only way I could have because of shoulder problems I cannot use crutches at all. ... (8 replies)
... I am frustrated and am in hopes that somebody may have possibly have an answer to a foot issue that I cannot seem to get rid of. About 3 years ago I had a bunion surgery. ... (3 replies)
... walking on the foot after surgery my instructions were "go home and put your foot up". Further, the written instructions on the Hospital Discharge letter stated "put more weight on the foot as the week progresses. ... (12 replies)
... A lot of the burning censation is coming from diabeties, that neuropathy ...got to go back to him in month...It still feel better if I keep my foot elevated, but that is something I can't do all the time.... ... (31 replies)
... Thanks, I think I am expecting to much to soon, and pushing it....tonight the foot really has a burning pain, and just can't get it settle no which way I move it... ... (31 replies)
... I also had burning in my foot and my doctor said it was from swelling pressing on a nerve. ... (31 replies)
... back in a month..he also gave me a shot in my knee on that side coz I have been having a lot of problems with that for about a year too...by the time I got home foot and knee hurt so bad from being on it all day, I had ice on foot and knee.. ... (31 replies)
... Let say I am having those burning feelings and my big toe just has the weidest feeling..sometimes just like it is not there.... ... (31 replies)
... Hi, I hope you are feeling better since you last posted. I did have quite a bit of swelling and with that I had the burning on the bottom of my foot. The dr said the swelling in the bandage was causing the nerve pain and it did go away. ... (31 replies)


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