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... my surgeon told me to start wiggling my toes and doing ankle circles when not in the boot. It wasn't very comfortable at first. As far as swelling these days, I don't feel much pain when not elevated. ... (6 replies)
... I am 3 months post op and am still having pain in the other four toes when I do flexing and bending. Anyone else experience this? ... (2 replies)
... urring. The joint had become noticeably enlarged on top. I wore a foot orthotic for approximately a year and received cortisone shots under my third and fourth toes due to transfer pain. ... (16 replies)

... I totally know what you mean about the walking. When you are at home, you could concentrate better and take your time to walk "properly" but when you are out, you just don't have the luxury to do so. Then your feet ended up walking funny and hurting bad later on. ... (18 replies)
... that it was not unusual after 2 months post surgery to have the foot swell a bit. I have no more electric shock feelings when I stand and I think the ankle is better. I know it's too soon to be sure, but I am at least over the pain and am hopeful that the problem is solved. ... (19 replies)
Sharp Arch Pain
Jul 24, 2008
... Hmmm I'm definitely no expert on this but I would still guess that it's plantar fasciitis or something similar because it only affects you in the morning generally. When you're sleeping your inflamed fascia muscles tighten (contract) which is the reason for the morning pain. You can try orthotics and calf stretches in the morning (reaching for your toes and gently... (6 replies)
... Left foot toes 2 and 3. ... (19 replies)
... out of me as to what could happen if I didn't. My toe is a little stiff but mostly flexible in both passive motion and by my muscle control while scrunching my toes flexing them towards my ankle. ... (5 replies)
... After the three weeks of rest, I gave myself about three days to start walking on the foot again. I began with wiggling toes as often as I could, a form of flexing to get blood moving. I also put my bare foot down firmly on the floor while seated, lightly pushing the foot against the floor to get it used to resistance. ... (3 replies)
... I feel your pain and understand your hesitation. At almost 10 weeks post op I'm partial weight bearing and wearing the boot when I'm on my feet. ... (2 replies)
... fib roll into the talus, basically dorsal flexing. It was great and my pain decreased drastically. Ten years went by and I started feeling more pain, and again lack of motion. ... (0 replies)
... my toes looked inflated like a surgical glove you might blow up. ... (16 replies)
... I continued those on the same day I got home from surgery that didn't involve flexing my foot around because I remember how hard it was to walk in a normal shoe after almost 2 months in a boot. ... (3 replies)
Foot sprain
Jan 17, 2014
... Three weeks ago I badly hurt my foot to the point where it physically made me nauseous. The initial injury was caused when I lost my balance and my full body weight landed on the ball of my foot. ... (2 replies)
... top ankle muscles hurt more when I do the toes raises. I sooooooooooooo want to lose the crutches and while this week is my FWB week, PT wants to make sure I am there before losing the crutches. Ugh. ... (1 replies)
The Fearful Foot
Oct 7, 2013
... Also, are there recommendations to strengthen my muscles when I'm off my foot? ... (4 replies)
... I can't say that the pain is unbearable at this point. It's just always there whenever I walk. ... (13 replies)
... body and subtalar joint. There was significant swelling and bruising in both feet within minutes...but only the right one was broken. My toes were curled under and could not be straightened. I was taken to the hospital via ambulance... ... (14 replies)
... however I am currently living in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Having only been here for about a month so far, my Portuguese is extremely minimal. So when I went to the hospital it was basically a game of charades trying to explain my injury and also trying to understand their diagnosis. ... (14 replies)
... but I took it twice this week when my foot was aching and I knew sleep would be hard to come by. ... (12 replies)

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