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... at your steroid pain goes away soon, and that you do find some measure of peace with what's going on. Maybe a careful massage could calm the nerves and help the swelling move out of your foot? ... (9 replies)
... Hello! I'm sorry to hear you're dealing with chronic ankle pain. I know it all too well. Even the pain associated with getting the cortisone injection on the peroneal area. Unfortunately for me, we believe that injection made my condition worse. ... (1 replies)
... It's common to have some increase in pain for a couple days after the injection. It's called a "steroid flare," and even if this happens, the injection still might help a week or so later. ... (8 replies)

... ease that makes the arch of the feet curl and of course the word he used was at least 3 or 4 words long and I didn't write it down heck I couldn't even repeat it after he said it. He said it ran usually in the family, well none of my family have high arches like mine. ... (130 replies)
... right in the incision.....last time she did it she used more and the swelling and pain went down a great deal. She was sitting there trying to poke into the scar and she looks at me and says,"This is just so hard and thick... ... (28 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)
... She also stated that I do have some tendonitis in my left foot as well. Because we have injected several joints and because the one joint is still locked up even after the cortisone injection. Her idea is to have it injected with Botox to see if it will help get that joint some movement. ... (20 replies)
... One of the possible side effects from cortisone is that it can make you feel restless and have difficulty sleeping. ... (9 replies)
... ing me a great deal of pain while walking, so much so that I walked wrong for nearly a year with this pain in my foot, ankle, knee and hip. So the doctor tried a cortisone injection to my first MTP, which resulted in a relief of swelling and pain for only a few days. ... (13 replies)
... A couple of days ago I visited a rheumatologist who performed a detailed history and exam and injected cortisone into the toe. ... (6 replies)
... and my surgeon told me that's caused by the scar tissue and inflammation in the ankle joint. This also causes swelling directly around my ankle area. I've had one cortisone injection, and am about to have another. ... (3 replies)
... The pain returned, so they tried a cortisone injection, which kept the pain at bay, but it only lasted about 5 weeks. Next we tried daily antiinflammatory meds, which did nothing. ... (0 replies)
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Aug 12, 2012
... I had a cortisone injection into the subtalar joint to try and control the swelling and I was prescribed 15 mg Mobic daily for the arthritis pain. ... (16 replies)
... We tried a cortisone injection in October and that didn't seem to do too much. ... (10 replies)
... Firstly Hollywood48, thank you for the suggestion of using TENS, I initially had a break through with pain management after one session, totally amazed my physical therapist. ... (8 replies)
... says no arthritis, but sprain in the mid foot joint. His solution, two cortisone injections into the joint OUCH!!! ... (3 replies)
... left toes. I suspect I have another on the right side as well. The first bursitis has been treated with cortisone injection which has helped. I wear well supported sneakers 8 hours a day with orthotics and this offers relief to at least carry out my work. ... (1 replies)
... esis in PT with calcium chloride I believe, it worked great, but they got it too intense and I got a chemical burn, pain and more scar tissue to boot. They used cortisone ionophoresis and that did help, but it gets expensive and you need about 6 treatments to start. ... (0 replies)
... who wasn't happy with the orthotics and sent me back to the podiatrist to have them adjusted after 2 cortisone injections through the top of the big toe joint. The first injection gave me about 4 weeks of relief before it wore off very quickly. The second one did nothing. ... (8 replies)
... inflammatory meds, prolotherapy injection, cortisone injection, ice, stretching, taping and a night splint. ... (2 replies)

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