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Taping For Sesamoiditis
Sesamoiditis is an inflammation of bones identified as sesamoid or sesame seed shaped bones. These are small bones found in several areas of the foot. The ones generally associated with sesamoiditis are found embedded in a tendon that helps flex the big toe downward. They are ball of the foot just under ...Read more
Toe fractures: Toe fractures usually do not need crutches if the fracture is non displaced. However, if the fracture is displaced and an implant is used to fix the fracture, there may be need to be off weight bearing using a roller device or crutches. Discuss with your Podiatrist who will explain to you if you need crutches. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Yes: Yes, if properly fit.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is ice only a good treatment for acute injuries? My podiatrist has recommended icing 3 tinmes daily for insertional achilles tendonosis per MRI
Icy Hot.: There is a general consensus that icing might be indicated for most acute injuries. As one moves away from acuteness, however, the indications for the use of icing becomes fuzzy. Ultimately, it is a matter of experience and preference of the physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Plantar fasciitis for three years with heel spur. No help from eswt, pt, orthodics, night splints, day casts, icing helps a little. Now what?
Orthotics may help: neuroma pain in some cases. They can alleviate pressure near or between the metatarsals by reducing the pressure in the area of symptoms. Not all neuromas respond well with orthotics however, but it is a good conservative start for treatment. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Ask those who know.: Framing the question as you did, asking in an either or fashion, makes it impossible to answer. You are painting the canvas with too broad a brush. If all surgeons were equally talented, then it would make no difference as to who you had do your surgery. If you believe that, then I have a gold mine in Indiana I'd like to sell you. Best to ask those who assist surgeons who they would rather go to. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Would you recommend PRP or surgery for chronic plantar fasciitis/fasciosis & a spur that hasn't responded to orthotics, PT, steroid injection, taping, stretching?
Inflammed bone: Sesamoiditis is an inflammatory process of the small bone(s) under the first metatarsal head. Because these bones are small and subject to a lot of force with each step, these can be stubborn and painful afflictions to live with. Antiinflammatories, injections, offloading (with padding, orthoses) crutches and nonweightbearing, and even surgery can be necessary to resolve this. ...Read more
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Sesawho ? Sesame !: Sesamoiditis is an inflammation of bones identified as sesamoid or sesame seed shaped bones. These are small bones found in several areas of the foot. The ones generally associated with sesamoiditis are found embedded in a tendon that helps flex the big toe downward. They are ball of the foot just under the big toe joint. ...Read more
Rest: Need to stay off of the foot or use padding to keep pressure of the bone. ...Read more
Why would vibrations, like from loud music or being in a car, worsen pain (from (supposed) persistent sesamoiditis)?
I'm not sure: But why haven't you treated the seasmoiditis? ...Read more
Structure: Sesamoiditis without an injury is usually seen in a high arched foot where there is more pressure on the ball of the foot. Another common deformity that can cause this condition is a bunion deformity because the sesamoids are subluxed from their normal groove under the first metatarsal head in a progressed bunion deformity. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have had sesamoiditis for 9 months now, what is the best way to heal it: therapy, injections, or surgery?
Long time: 9 months is a long time. If you have already had therapy, injections and immobilization then surgery is probably the only other solution. ...Read more