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Causes Of Claw Foot
Waiting to see foot doctor for clawed toes and pain in big toe but now feels like walking on a marble so walk on outside of foot causes knee pain?
Exam is essential.: Clawing toes can bring about symptoms much like those you describe. Certainly big toe pain can cause you to shift the weight to the outside of your foot. This type of compensation can lead to knee pain. I am afraid that not much can be done until you have been seen in a hands on theater. You might push your referring doctor for an earlier exam date to avoid further complications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bending down I hit my top, left side of my forehead (just under my hairline)on the side /rim of a claw foot tub. It's red w a bump should I worry?
Monitor symptoms: I would generally expect there to be a red bump if you hit it fairly hard shortly after the incident. If you have any other symptoms like loss of consciousness, dizziness, visual changes, lightheadedness, lethargy, or confusion, then I would worry and recommend you see a doctor as soon as possible. Try and ice the bump to help the swelling go down. ...Read more
A large blue vessel on the top of my right foot came in contact with the claws of a large dog (165lbs). I now have increased sharp burning pain to the?
Neuritis.: More than likely, next to that large blue vessel on the top of your foot was a small white nerve. This nerve may have been traumatized by the the same contact of the dog's paw. It should eventually calm down, but may take some time. Heat application may speed the healing up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Injured arch & began walking on outside edge of my foot for five weeks. Foot changed shape, pinkie became a bit claw toe.Reversible by stretching?
Compensation.: You are exhibiting a phenomena called "compensation". You are under using certain parts of your body while, at the same time, over using others. This can be quite damaging if allowed to continue. An immediate exam and evaluation is necessary to determine just what was injured and how to return it to normal function. In short, your biomechanics are off. ...Read more