It is a possibility, but there are other ones too. I would suggest you get an examination. I think an x-ray and even a diagnostic ultrasound or MRI if things don't seem to improve. In the interim, you probably should avoid high heels
Posted By Vivian Abrams DPM on December 11, 2005 at 21:58:04:
In Reply to: bottom foot pain
posted by Ginger Taylor on December 11, 2005 at 19:38:48:
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