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Living with post-sesamoidectomy (and other surgical procedures) issues/pain

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Mar 29, 2019.

  1. admin

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    If anyone else out there is living with chronic pain after either a tibial or fibular sesamoidectomy, could you share your stories? This is quite a challenging situation for me--I had a tibial sesamoidectomy, bunionectomy, and fused second toe due to a plantar plate tear in April of 2013. I have many ups and downs, and oftentimes feel quite alone. Please share your tales! :) Thank you!

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