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Category Archives: foot
Results from simple measures such as heel cup and ankle dorsiflexion night splint are not vigorous so am forced to look further. Steroid injection in the 21st century is out because it thins the heel pad making further problems more … Continue reading
Certain Orthopedic Issues over 70 yr Old – Easy Pain Help – low Dose Radiotherapy- But Will you ever see it?
Low dose Radiotherapy over age 70 has minimal risks but can often drop pain by 1.9/10 in following issues – sore heel and achilles pains, knee pains, and trochanteric bursitis.
Point stimulation has been found helpful in nummular headaches: Small Spot Body Pain Treatment – Pen like Electrical Skin Stimulation http://painmuse.org/?p=704 This case, involved treatment of persistent plantar fasciitis. Using a point probe (like an acupuncture point locator), Spots of … Continue reading
Tip of Medial Malleolus- Possible Posterior Tibialis Tendonitis -Treatable Option – Os Subtibiale Bone Ossicle
Posterior Tibialis Tendonitis with medial ankle pain below medial malleolus is a difficult issue. The tendon is usually in process of tearing and so cortisone injection in not usually an option. On occcasion, a bone ossicle just below the medial … Continue reading
Pulsed radiofrequency to dumb down treated nerve is becoming a useful adjunct to treating untenable pain CRPS states. Post hip fracture leg painv pain state left patient with VAS 6-7/10 with breakthru of 9/10. Following dropped to 3/10 – after … Continue reading
Mortons’s Neuroma can cause severe foot pains often between the bases of the 3rd-4th toes. Cortisone injection may lead to atrophy of tissues and more rubbing of area as result so options are needed. Injection 0.5 mls of 0.1% Capsaicin … Continue reading
Over 1/2 of patients will get sustained relief of midfoot pain for 3 months with steroid injection