Re: plantar faciitis/metatarsel pain/torn posterior tibial tendon

: I suffered a complete tear of the posterior tibial tendon of my right foot, (MRI looked like a stringy mop), in May of 2002. Doc and I decided to let the tear scar/heal on its own and not do surgery. He put me in some $500 carbon fiber orthotics,specially made from a cast of my feet. My feet are extremely flat! The orthotics helped some, but during the healing I developed plantar faciitis in my left heel from favoring my right foot. This appeared approximately a year ago. I still have the plantar faciitis, but pain isn't nearly as bad. Recently, I developed pain in the metatarsels of both feet. The Posterior tibial tear has healed nicely. Lastly, I find it extremely hard to walk barefooted, especially on a hard floor and when I remove my shoes and socks at night, my toes feel "fat". I'm tired of walking like an eighty year old man. Any suggestions?


Posted By Jimmy D. Moore on November 09, 2003 at 19:18:13:

In Reply to: plantar faciitis/metatarsel pain/torn posterior tibial tendon posted by Jimmy D. Moore on October 07, 2003 at 20:07:53:

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