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lower back and knee pain related to accessory navicular?

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Aug 11, 2017.

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    I'm a 22-year old female with no previous orthopedic issues. Five months ago I began experiencing some left ankle pain when walking, which has since progressed to constant ankle and foot pain (in the arch) even when sitting down. After an MRI 2 months ago, the doctor diagnosed me with swelling in the accessory navicular bone. There were no tendon tears or abnormalities. I was in crutches and then a walking boot for several weeks, and now after 6 weeks of physical therapy I've been walking...

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