Re: pain in the big toe (great hallux)

It would be a 4-5 hour drive for me to come see you..I'm in San Antonio. I know for a fact I couldn't make the drive with the way my foot is now. I do want to say thank you for the help you have given me. It is truly appreciated. I plan to call first thing Monday and get a 2nd opinion and find out about what I can do at this point. My ankle already feels like I have a slight sprain in it from walking on the side of my foot. I don't see any hope but maybe the pain management doctor will have something for me..I don't have another week of walking the way I am now. It is really scary for me cause I'm only 20 and hoping I'll be back to normal eventually. Again thank you for your time and advice.

Posted By Karen on June 13, 2004 at 00:04:50:

In Reply to: Re: pain in the big toe (great hallux) posted by Vivian Abrams DPM on June 12, 2004 at 20:22:58:

A silicone insert on the back of the Achillotrain leaves tendon pressure-free and provides intermittent compression for the reduction of swelling and edema.

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