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... i've had lower back and hip problems for as long as i've had my foot probs, and i'm having pttd surgery tomorrow on the right foot. ... (9 replies)
... guys for the replies! I guess I'm not the only person with this problem then. I was always made fun of in school because of the way I walked or ran because my feet angled outward the way they do. I do alot of bicycling and I hope that this isn't putting undue stress on my knees. ... (9 replies)
... I too have feet that turn out and have battled with the discomfort of standing for long periods. ... (9 replies)

... Okay, I'm not totally sure what would cause your feet to do that. However, I suggest you consult a good orthopedist. ... (9 replies)
... They just do it naturally. If I force myself to point my feet forward, then my knees are pointed unnaturally inward. It just seems that they grew this way for some reason. ... (9 replies)
... Why do your feet point outward? ... (9 replies)
... My feet naturally angle outward at about a 45 degree angle. There's no way I can correct this, but people suggest that different shoes might help my back pain. ... (9 replies)
... Does it get worse with age? It might. Definitely, if your joints are in some way put together wrong, you are at higher risk for arthritis. So, weight lifting probably good, but stuff that puts extreme strain on the leg joints bad. (9 replies)
... I agree that you should go see an orthopedic doctor and have a full exam done to find out exactly what the issues are and what possible options you have to remedy them. It sounds to me like you have more than just one thing going on. I had severe back and shoulder pain some years ago when I worked a job that required me to stand a lot. I had custom orthotics made and they... (9 replies)
... I'm not sure if this progresses with age. For me the real issue is lack of space in my joints. This means no room for scar tissue. What may be a small injury can cause big issues in my already misaligned joints. (9 replies)
... and half. This past few days I started mixing up using one crutch or none crutch depending on where I was going. I needed protection if I knew I would be on my feet longer than a very short time. ... (15 replies)




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