Re: insertional tendonitis, accessory navicular, or both

Thanks for your suggestions. Neither the podiatrist (out of network), or the orthopedist (in network), have recommended either procedure you suggest. In fact, the orthopedist only wanted to xray one ankle although I had problems with both; when I strongly protested, both were xrayed.

When I return to the orthopedist, essentially unchanged, I'll suggest that I have one or the other procedure and see what happens.

What is an AFO Richie brace and where might I find one?

Thanks again.

Louise



Posted By louise on July 06, 2004 at 00:31:53:

In Reply to: Re: insertional tendonitis, accessory navicular, or both posted by Vivian Abrams DPM on July 05, 2004 at 13:02:01:

This slip-on device is a soft and stretchable Nylon/Lycra® fabric molded with a proprietary gel pad to protect the entire Achilles tendon of the foot by absorbing pressure and friction resulted from rubbing with the surface of the shoe.

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