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About Mom2TheTeam

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  1. Me too. :) OP, come out, come out, wherever you are......
  2. I did everything mentioned in this thread. Plus, my husband is a physical therapist. ;) After many cortizone injections, ibprofin, tons of PT (since my hubby is one) and streching, shoe inserts, foot splints, weight loss, it was so bad I could hardly walk at all. So after years of dealing with pain, I gave in and had surgery. The pain has never returned. It's been 8.5 years since then. I did not want to do it, but I'm so glad I did it. My pediatrist said 95% of patients or more get better without surgery. He said it is rare to need surgery for it. Lucky me! Now, I have it in the other foot. However, as long as I stretch daily and wear shoes most of the time, I can keep it manageable. My husband does some random massage every now and again too.
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