**Sharp ankle pains (osteochondral)

I had arthoscopic surgery on my right ankle in 2003 (a snowboarding injury - the MRI said sub-osteochondral cyst I think). The doctors explained it as cartilage damage to me. Problem is I still feel pain today when I walk to much, I still wear a brace (that the Dr. thought I learn to let go of to build strength I suppose) and I find some shoes can hurt my feet and get occasional sharp pains up from the ankle (I think my arches are normal to low). I am wondering: a) What kind of shoes would you recommend and does it even matter and ii) would seeing a podiatrist help?
I LOOK FWD TO ANY THOUGHTS PLEASE! Thank you!!


Posted By Sherri on July 31, 2005 at 23:00:11:

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