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... feet only. The foot doctor has more training and can see things that most orthopedics may overlook. ... (3 replies)
... this foot I did preventively since I have the same issue in both feet... ... (14 replies)
... n your ankles that way. If not, the surgery might be worth it for you. Definitely discuss it at length with an orthopedic surgeon, preferably one specializing in foot and ankle. I will share my story and hopefully it will help some. ... (18 replies)

... correctly. The bruising went from all my toes to halfway up my calf and moving my toes was excruciating. I also had some numbness in my middle toe that I noticed after the pain lessened a bit. ... (3 replies)
Fractured sesamoid
Nov 14, 2008
... I've got an inch long incision under the sole of my foot and just under an inch long incision on my ankle from a tricortical calcaneal bone graft. ... (82 replies)
... I was having trouble with my foot for almost 2 yrs before I finally went to the doctor about it and was referred to having the surgery. ... (114 replies)
... I had an Austin bunionectomy and cheilectomy on my left foot on Nov. 30. ... (3 replies)
... my ankle was the size of a grapefruit which is the same size it was on my first day of PT and that was 2 days after my cast came off!! Talk about depressing! The PT confirmed I'd be sore and swollen for a while. ... (8 replies)
... Well, the MRI is over! They were running about an hour behind. ... (240 replies)
... l sports are a big part of my life. I have had pain in both of my toe joints that started about 3 years ago. Extensive walking caused the most immediate pain. Running was less but I was usually sore the next day after running. ... (114 replies)
... for maybe 4 weeks before I started trying other shoes. I would take the Merrell's with me to work in case I needed to change. As for pain free, I was after the stitches were out. ... (114 replies)
... I am just under 8 months post injury. ... (38 replies)
... on my recovery. On Monday I had the screw removal surgery and it went well. I had to go under general anesthesia again but it all went very quickly. My foot was a little sore after but only for a day or so. ... (12 replies)
... on my recovery. On Monday I had the screw removal surgery and it went well. I had to go under general anesthesia again but it all went very quickly. My foot was a little sore after but only for a day or so. ... (7 replies)
... some ramblings on my foot fusion. ... (102 replies)
... I am sorry to see you aren't where you want to be 2yrs post op but it is encouraging to see a post about running after a calcaneous operation. ... (7 replies)
... I am wearing a boot part time and a running shoe part time on the 1st mtpj fusion foot. The whole foot is still sore and although I get very discouraged at times...I am still hopeful this will solve the problem! ... (7 replies)
... Several years ago I began having a serious burning foot problem in my left foot. At times the burning and swelling made it impossible to walk, run, ski, dance or skate. ... (4 replies)
Lost
Apr 3, 2015
... s and aching. Then when I went outside without a brace last year and my ankle turned completely under and everything except my Achilles tore again I was in pain after that until my surgery but even then it would get to be just achy and then increase when I fell yet again. ... (9 replies)
... Based on my own experience, avoid having a cast at all costs. I had one for my right foot and it was on for 6 weeks. By the time it came off my wound was really tight and my ankle so stiff it was agony. ... (23 replies)


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