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Heel Spur
Sep 7, 2015
... It may be possible that you have plantar fasciitis. Do you have pain in your heel? ... (5 replies)
... I have neuromas in both feet. ... (7 replies)
Pain in ankle
Jun 7, 2013
... For the past 6 month I have been waking up during the night with severe pain in the front part of my left ankle. ... (0 replies)

... Regarding cortisone injections in feet, it is quite true that cortisone can be damaging. I received 2 injections on the top of my foot near my toes a year ago, and now I have significant fat pad atrophy in the ball of my foot right beneith where the injections were given. ... (21 replies)
... I had both peroneal tendons repairs as well as 2 torn ligaments repaired and a scope in June. I was injured for 4.5 years before having surgery and was heavily braced through that time. ... (14 replies)
... I had Morton's nueroma after completing the MS 150, i believe my shoes were too tight and caused it. I had two cortisone shots in the foot 6 weeks apart. Anyways, the numbness was only coming back on occasion, so I started playing softball again. ... (1 replies)
... op 4 hammertoes...second toe was the worse..My doctor requires me to tape my toes down, however, my second toe is beginning to contract again. The Orthopaedic surgeon says it is fine....I don't agree... ... (6 replies)
... in length, and it feels as if my toes are sitting on a "ledge"...I can feel the dropoff from where the edge of the orthotic ends, and it feels like my toes are just dangling freely. Apparently, this seems to bring on the numbness even quicker than before I had the orthotics. ... (5 replies)
... ray and told me I had a fibrous coalition in my foot. Shortly before I saw this dr. I had gone to a shoe store that specialized in shoes for people with foot problems. The store sold a birkenstock orthotic made of cork and leather I believe. ... (6 replies)
... He did mention that if I have the nerve removed I would loose feelings in between the toes. ... (12 replies)
... jen, its along story. i never did get cortisone shots..just had the surgery. i will be brief, i had a bunionectomy, proceeded to get a bone infection and needed 2 additional surgeries.. ... (6 replies)
... I recently had surgery, about 6 months ago, a partial ostectomy of the big toe to clean out some displaced bone fragments. I had cortisone shots in both big toes about three years ago after a doctor told me I had severely arthritic toes. I constantly felt the need to crack them. ... (0 replies)
... ady neon, Just went back to the doctor today. He wants me to slowly work myself back into shoes. He said to do it slowly, a couple of hours at a time. He said in about a week that I should be back in my shoes all day. ... (21 replies)
... Yes I do. I get bursitis in my toes. It becomes very painful and I have to get cortisone shots. ... (8 replies)
... I had cortisone injections in the same spot last year, and I didn't walk normally for about 1 week. My feet hurt so much after the shots! ... (6 replies)
... I have had 7 cotisone shots in the past 2 months between my toes and in ball of foot. The doctor will numb area with a spray and inject. It is just like getting a flu shot a little pinch and that is it . You can leave. ... (5 replies)
... I continued to have severe pain in the second metatarsal. I had a series of three cortisone shots between the first and second toes. It was painful but did relieve the swelling. ... (5 replies)
... t thought that there might be others that can share their experiences and suggestions as I recover from surgery. My big toe started swelling and was very painful in July. In August, I finally went to my regular doctor and he thought it was gout. He treated me for Gout with no success. ... (0 replies)
... azy year its been. I can say that only very recently I have had relief from the pain.... after surgery and that recovery time, alcohol injections, another MRI, 2 cortisone shots, 3 more weeks of PT, and having to go back in the boot for 2 weeks... finally... I have minimal pain! ... (0 replies)
... Hi I've had one removed. The best way to diagnose is to put your hand around all of your toes and gently squeeze them together. Like if you were to sqeeze them in a shoe too narrow. ... (8 replies)

Associated Tags: foot arthritis, foot pain, foot surgery, morton's neuroma

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