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Chronic pain? mri, scarring of the deep layer of the deltoid subcortical bony oedema at the fib attach of the pos talo ligament, synovitis ankle joint

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Dr. Mitchell Cohn
Pain Management 35 years experience
Prolotherapy: I suggest a good hands-on osteopathic examination to determine whether the MRI findings exactly match your source of pain. If clinically correlated, one of the best treatments i know to resolve chronic synovitis is prolotherapy aka regenerative injection therapy or stimulated ligament reconstruction. It's non-surgical, an injection, & highly effective in many such cases.
Dr. Ronald Krauser
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See an orthopedist. I am a rheumatologist and that is the physician I would see with the same issues.
Aug 12, 2013
Dr. Bruce Rothschild
Rheumatology 48 years experience
Possibly arthritis: Possibly underlying arthritis such as reactive arthritis. Rheumatology evaluation should be helpful.
Dr. Jeffrey Bowman
Podiatry 38 years experience
Many possibilities: You could have arthritis but if chronic i would see a foot and ankle specialist and bring your mri.

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