Re: Lateral Foot Pain

No I haven't ever had a cast applied. The majority of my pain is in front of the lateral malleolus. I always feel as if there is some support lacking! Also when I walk, I hear a clicking or snapping noise. My MD's thought it might be Sinus Tarsi Syndrome or Peroneal Tendonitis too. MRI showed Sinus Tarsi area OK and no Peroneal tears. I have had 3 Cortisone injections in the sinus tarsi area last year. Only the 1st one helped, as I had trouble walking up and down stairs. I walk the stairs better, and I don't limp anymore, but that pain in front of the lateral malleous is now there 24hrs/day. It is quite painful for me to lay on the lateral side of my foot at night when I sleep too! Any suggestions? Thank you!

Posted By Susan on March 01, 2005 at 16:45:52:

In Reply to: Re: Lateral Foot Pain posted by Vivian Abrams DPM on February 28, 2005 at 22:19:44:

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