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... Definitely skin peeling, that happened a few weeks after surgery. The surgeon said that was normal due to being immobile for so long and the swelling. The burning sensation is probably nerve pain related and is also considered normal. ... (3 replies)
... Please help, My husband has this prickly burning sensation at the bottom of his feet. It is a bit red towards the heels and his feet has the worst ever smell. We had some treatments at a SPA, and I thought he picked up some fungus in the shower. ... (1 replies)
... Every once in a while I have a burning sensation located on the bottom of my heels. Is it a nerve problem? ... (0 replies)

Broken Calcaneus
Mar 1, 2013
... I have a different perspective on this one. I don't see the situation as "Live with it." You have three possible situations here. The first is your commitment. With a broken leg you just wait it out while your body heals itself. With your calcaneus an enormous amount of effort and discipline is required. The healing follows a progression with requisite steps. You have to... (5 replies)
... to a foot issue that I cannot seem to get rid of. About 3 years ago I had a bunion surgery. A couple of weeks after the surgery I started developing a pinching burning pain between the 3rd and 4th toe. The doctor said he believed I had a neuroma. The pain at that time was minimal so I never received treatment for it. ... (3 replies)
... burning sensation at all the time, as if I am walking on a small knives.. ... (2 replies)
... cast for a week until they removed it to check my skin for irritation. I then got a purple and pink stripped cast which was removed another week later due to a burning sensation under the cast. The tech put padding at both ankles and my heel to keep it from rubbing. ... (9 replies)
... rm shoes and I walked with them only when necessary the first 4 weeks. If overdone, the swelling can become worse and can impede with the healing process. Your heels will start to hurt, your knees and calves can get sore if on those shoes too much also. ... (21 replies)
... Now I think I have neuromas between big toe and 2nd toe. Have a numbing feeling on ball of both feet. Wore 3" heels from age 17 to 60 so I guess thats why. Dr says that was cause. Have high instep. Go barefoot most of time. No pain as such, just numbness in toes. ... (32 replies)
... I had it done yesterday to both heels for Plantar Fasciitis. It felt similar to getting and IV to me. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, I fractured both of my heels, almost 2 weeks ago. I am going to do the early motion therapy, and then get surgery afterwards where they go in and fuse your heels and ankle bone back together. I didn't want any plates or screws put in. I was just wondering if maybe one of you could help me out on something. ... (21 replies)
Plantar fasciatis
Feb 11, 2006
... fter I was using the treadmill for about a year. It gives me pain in my knees, my lower back and makes my legs really really shaky. The majority of the pain is a burning sensation in both my heels and I can't walk for more than a few minutes without getting pain. ... (6 replies)
... That is crazy Joll 43! So, you didn't wear heels and that is why they hid your feet? ... (39 replies)
... Not to be a bummer, but I'm your worst case scenario. Lisfranc fracture Sept 1998. Surgery Oct, pins and screws out 4 months later. I also got Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy from the injury so I needed a continuous 5 day epidural when having the hardware removed. RSD symptoms were pins and needles, burning sensation, hypersensitivity on the top of the foot where anything... (11 replies)
... inflammatories, so my right foot has just been thru He!! I feel better also with ice, rest.I'm trying to walk but my forefoot just can't take it and my heels on my right foot can't take it either. What r your symptoms? ... (30 replies)
... Congrats on making it through! I also had both feet done (I'm two weeks post-op). You're lucky to have a wheelchair but remember to keep those feet elevated. As for the burning, I suspect that's from swelling. My advice is to take your pain meds and stay elevated as much as possible. The elevation makes a huge difference. I stopped icing after 2 days, though it's probably good... (4 replies)
... I had the terrible "burning" sensation before and after surgery. The Dr. said that was inflamation. I thought it would never end, but it finally did. ... (65 replies)
Morton's neuroma
Jan 16, 2001
... ereby a nrve inbetween your 3rd and 4th toes becomes somewhat inflamed. Actually, the nerve becomes swollen and resembles a small pea before it splits to supply sensation to the 3rd and 4th toes. Most peolpe who have a neuroma complain of burning and sting between their toes as well as numbness. ... (5 replies)


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