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Cellulitis Of Ankle
Bone spur on top of foot andpsoriatic arthritis. Lots of foot swelling and pain. Is surgery suggested?
Foot pain : not really . See a podiatrist first . Perhaps a steroid injection and a trial of foot pads and good shoes may help your pain . Also as your psoriasis improves , your Arthritis will also improved . See a dermatologist to start on disease modifying agents . There are some drugs in pill form now . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Achilles problems: Sometimes an in jury to this area feels like a popping and it immediately causes sharp pain and a limp. Pain at the back of the heel, worsened by walking barefoot or trying to toe-raise are also signs. See your local podiatrist for further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pain, swelling, ...: The signs of ankle sprain and a fracture can be very similar, and if the sprain (tearing of muscle fibers and tendon fibers) is bad enough, the treatment may be the same, and a bad sprain could take even longer to heal. If ia non-displaced fracture (inside ankle=medial malleolus, outside = lateral, posterior=heel), there will be swelling, pain, heat, very tender. Ice, elevate, immobilize-ortho. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Snapping/popping in ankle still 6 months since injury. Not in ankle.. In lateral side of midfoot sort of between fifth meta and ankle. causes?
Ultrasound of foot showed 3/4 of a torn tendon. The whole ankle is swollen and has fluid all around. What's the next step? On celebrex (celecoxib) 200mg.Surgery?
It depends: If you had a strained ankle, how long ago it occur, which ligament is involved. If recent, rest and ice with anti-inflammatory is the way to go. ...Read more
Painful swelling of mrs.Rajashree mohanty’s legs from knee joints to feet(both legs)
the disease started first with cellulitis of left leg about 6to 7?
Mrs. Mohanty: Needs to see a doctor. There are many reasons why legs can swell. The concern is the fact she has pain. Many people with swollen legs do not complain of pain rather tired legs, a heaviness etc. Due to t he fact there is pain this should be checked out. As you stated the swelling itself appears to have been there a while. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
The etiologies may : Be the same or independent of each other. A thorough orthopedic exam seems like a good idea. The knee could be arthritic, you may have a meniscus tear etc, then due the injury the ankle is bearing more weight and causing the ankle to swell. Or, the ankle can have its own set of problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer