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5 yrs post op still in pain

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by RSSFeedBot, Oct 27, 2008.

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    I am a 47 year old female that had my neuroma's removed 5years ago on both feet at the same time. The pain was marginally better for 6 months and has...

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  2. drsarbes

    drsarbes Well-Known Member

    Contrary to popular belief, not all surgeries are successful.
    Surgery is not like working on a car transmission, there are many intangibles that are just not possible to control.
    That being said, it is assumed that the diagnosis was accurate and the procedure was done correctly.
    These assumptions may not be accurate.

    If you are in chronic pain and treatments have been unsuccessful, I would suggest reassessing the diagnosis.

    Good luck

    Steve
     
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