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... Thanks to all and djminqld who wrote about your neuroma experiences. ... (12 replies)
... Hello anotherpatty. djminqld here. My apologies for the time lapse in replying. I have had a lot going on lately. ... (12 replies)
... A neuroma is an abnormality of a nerve that has been damaged either by trauma or as a result of an abnormality of foot function. The most common location of neuromas is in the ball of the foot. In this area the nerve can become pinched and inflamed by the abnormal movement of the bones in the ball of the foot. ... (11 replies)

... I don't have a clue how to use them, but I am sure they will show me at the hospital. Any good hints from the "pros"? ... (35 replies)
Surgery May 14th
Jun 9, 2010
... rry to hear that you had to come home after so many hours at work and make dinner! It's amazing that the world still keeps turning even though we are mostly out of commission. Mom can be sick but still has to do everything! Glad you are getting better on the scooter. I would not be able to survive without it. ... (73 replies)
... I wanted to post my story because most of what you read about online are negative outcomes. My neuroma flared up again last November and I went through cortisone shots and then the alcohol injections. The alcohol injections HURT!! ... (2 replies)
Helps For Post-Op
May 21, 2008
... For the gastroc procedure I will be required to use crutches for a period of time and will be allowed to bear partial weight on that that leg. I will be in a boot on my left foot and a surgical shoe on my right. ... (14 replies)
... ankle before doing much work on the foot. I learned a lot of exercises today, got a little bit of ultrasound, and a foot massage. ... (23 replies)
Feb 11, 2005
... I had liagament release surgery which was to get a trapped nerve from between a liagment. Same procedure for Morton's Neuroma surgery. ... (4 replies)
... If I am repeating myself for some of you, I apologize. I had bilateral bunion surgery in October, 2001. ... (10 replies)
Crutches or not
Oct 26, 2003
... only for pain management. She said to walk on the heel of my foot. ... (7 replies)
... I'm seeing a foot and ankle surgeon next week for what my physical therapist believes may be a contracture of my left ankle which she says is really rare. ... (0 replies)
... Healthy people should have a B12 level of 550 or greater. ... (3 replies)
... As an avid runner, triathalete, tennis player in my low thirties, I am hoping that this surgery will cure my neuroma problem, but looking at these message boards is really freaking me out! ... (14 replies)
... I didn't have a neuroma but did have a large incision in the bottom of my foot to remove a sesamoid bone. ... (2 replies)
... rays and gave me a Cam walker boot and told me to use crutches. He also told me I had to go back to work and do Sedentary duty. I was never put out of work. I was in so much pain and had numbness in my toes. So he sent me for an EMG and said that the test was fine and for me to try PT. That didn't work. ... (124 replies)
... It's true that each doctor has his own regimen, so you need to find out what yours is as soon as possible. But you won't necessarily have to EVER use crutches. I had a double bunionectomy a year ago and was only NWB for two weeks and even during that time I could walk a short distance to go to the bathroom. ... (5 replies)
... Glad to hear that it is not a 4 to 6 week recovery, and you have to keep it up for 2 weeks, this is really good news, so I can walk on it that day? ... (5 replies)
... I am not using crutches in the house much. ... (18 replies)
... AFter I had mine removed, I walked out of the hospital...they gave me crutches but I didn't really need them. Drove 350 miles two days later by myself...walked on it every day...was never told not fact, was told to walk on it. ... (11 replies)

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