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Endoscopic pf and morton's neuroma surgery

Posted by Ken G on 7/25/01 at hrmin (054298)

Last October 2000, I had epf and morton's neuroma surgery. My doc
prescribe anti-flammatory, ultra sound, pt. AT about 6 months i
had x-rays, and ncv test stated tarsel tunnel, and mri confirmed it
venous engorgement compatible tarsal tunnel also. But now, its June
and tested electromygram states to tarsal tunnel.

More complications then before surgery, my arch pulls at the heel
each step i take and heel pressure and foot pressure under the
ball of the foot. Also, i have numbness in the 3 middle toes. About
4 months ago i had progessive nerve tinglings to the toes. But now,
it has calm down somewhat.The toes protrude pressure in the ball of
the foot which causes pressure and pain when standing and walking. There cramping when squeezes the toes and produces foot pain.

Can anyone exress any solutions to my problems?

Re: Endoscopic pf and morton's neuroma surgery

Dr Zuckerman on 7/27/01 at 10:10 (054480)

So you had EPF and not TTS surgery. Well what treatment is being done to help the TTS. You pain sounds like it is coming from the TTS problem

Re: Endoscopic pf and morton's neuroma surgery

Kenneth on 8/01/01 at hrmin (055099)

I was prescribe PT- ice packs, massages, exercise-lite, and
drug Neurontin. But, now no more PT or Neurontin. The foot
still hurts when standing and walking.

What are other treatments if this is TTS?
And, could this either be Morton's Neuroma or TTS problems
because i have vague numbness and fall asleep feelings?

Re: Endoscopic pf and morton's neuroma surgery

Ken G on 8/09/01 at hrmin (056024)

Could i have complications from Morton's Neuroma and
what ways can this be diagnos ? Can ultrasound view
to see what could be the problem as compared to MRI ?
I feel most of the problem when standing and walking
and alot of pressure in the arch area and ball of the
toes. Can you reply to your advice on these ?

Re: Endoscopic pf and morton's neuroma surgery

Ken G. on 8/20/01 at hrmin (057301)

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Re: Endoscopic pf and morton's neuroma surgery

Dr Zuckerman on 7/27/01 at 10:10 (054480)

So you had EPF and not TTS surgery. Well what treatment is being done to help the TTS. You pain sounds like it is coming from the TTS problem

Re: Endoscopic pf and morton's neuroma surgery

Kenneth on 8/01/01 at hrmin (055099)

I was prescribe PT- ice packs, massages, exercise-lite, and
drug Neurontin. But, now no more PT or Neurontin. The foot
still hurts when standing and walking.

What are other treatments if this is TTS?
And, could this either be Morton's Neuroma or TTS problems
because i have vague numbness and fall asleep feelings?

Re: Endoscopic pf and morton's neuroma surgery

Ken G on 8/09/01 at hrmin (056024)

Could i have complications from Morton's Neuroma and
what ways can this be diagnos ? Can ultrasound view
to see what could be the problem as compared to MRI ?
I feel most of the problem when standing and walking
and alot of pressure in the arch area and ball of the
toes. Can you reply to your advice on these ?

Re: Endoscopic pf and morton's neuroma surgery

Ken G. on 8/20/01 at hrmin (057301)

Can you follow on my prevous info Endoscopic pf and morton's neuroma surgery topic . And my email is www.kpgbus1@hotmail.com''>href='http://www.kpgbus1@hotmail.com' target='new'> www.kpgbus1@hotmail.com" target="new">http://www.kpgbus1@hotmail.com