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... stocking, which requires a Dr. prescription....but so worth it. Mine is a thigh high stocking, with open toes. They also make knee high ones. Anyway, the first time I put it on....I have to admit...I screamed. The nerves in my foot and ankle were NOT happy. But once I had it on, it was not painful. ... (16 replies)
... I just went thru heel bone surgery and recovery. I know what you are going thru. I hope my thoughts will help you into walking again. ... (9 replies)
... Hi! Welcome to the boards, but sorry you're having so much pain and need the boards! I totally get where you are coming from. You're still not that far out from surgery so I would expect that you would still have a good amount of pain especially if the bone was involved. What all did they fix with the athroscopy? ... (8 replies)

... Hey all just thought I would post with an update after I have had my MRI have yet to see the surgeon but got an appointment for this Thursday due to a cancellation thank goodness. ... (0 replies)
... leave it unless it starts to bother you. Mine only came out because it was in the way of what was needed for the next surgery. ... (14 replies)
... up visit. It's hard to know what is going on in there but your doctor is the one who will know the best. ... (1 replies)
... They're great! Not only are the good for your circulation, they're good for keeping your swelling down and give you some extra support so you don't feel so loose. ... (14 replies)
... I am new on here, I actually just Googled about things to help with flexibility after bunion surgery and found this thread. I currently am 22 years old and had my bunion surgery over a year ago to be exact June 16, 2010. It went TERRIBLE. ... (24 replies)
... Sally, the reason I asked how old your daughter was is because I recently came across one line in a long article about subtalar implants. ... (151 replies)
... getting the runaround from whomever should be handling your case is disgusting and you definately shouldn't put up with it. ... (6 replies)
... I was never in pain from the day of my surgery, but I did experience intense aching and throbbing, but never any pain. ... (240 replies)
... she can do much more than any podiatrist or surgeon, in a case like yours as well as mine because if you get your body in line, and I mean, totally in line, from the shoulders to the feet so that everything is working together, you can make GREAT strides and I have learned all of this through the man who is working with me. ... (14 replies)
... My PT broke up a huge chunk of scar tissue in my joint today!!! It was funny because I was telling him how that doctor was blaming it on my nerves and I was really annoyed and he was like you do have nerve damage, but I agree you have joint pain, so lets measure it. ... (14 replies)
Broke my toe
Apr 11, 2015
... I am so sorry to hear about your pets vet bill and eating your orthotics budget! We don't live an easy life! I am honestly quite bummed now what was my good ankle has gone too! ... (14 replies)
... So 4 months ago, I sprained my right ankle pretty badly. It was swollen and there was some discolouration if I am not mistaken. Got it checked out with the chinese physician and went back there a few times. ... (0 replies)
... Im a 38 year old with ankle and foot problems all my life. I was born with flat feet and I was always spraining my ankles. ... (17 replies)
... thanks for all the information really good to read! And thanks for explaining your experience in the operating room etc its really good to hear about those sorts of experiences. ... (14 replies)
... Hi there!! Congrats on getting your surgery scheduled. The waiting is the worst!! I spent the week before surgery getting the house cleaned, all the bills paid that needed to be paid, and getting my "nests" set up. ... (14 replies)
... is caused by injuries. Proprioception is the body's ability to know where a limb is and what it's doing without having to actually look at it if that makes sense. ... (51 replies)
... Most doctors are different than he is on that. It took me 9 weeks to get through the first bottle of pain pills and I've only taken about 2 since then. I'm now on prescription strength naproxen and that works well. ... (13 replies)


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