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Had shot of dextrose (prolotherapy) in my achilles' tendon 3hrs ago & my heel & bottom back half of my foot is numb still. Should it be still numb?
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I had my achilles tendon repaired about 3 years ago. I get cramps and my foot becomes numb sometimes, especially when I've been exercising, walking or standing too long. Is this normal?
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I have dull pain under of my left leg above the knee and outside of my leg just below the knee - bottom of my foot is numb and Achilles tendon is sore. Physio thinks stretched nerve - healing time?
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17 years experience Orthopedic Reconstructive Surgery
Many things: Usually achilles tendon tears are caused by rapid contraction of your calf muscle while your foot is being dorsiflexed. Some medical conditions and p ... Read More
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