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Pain in met heads

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Blanchem, Jul 17, 2011.

  1. Blanchem

    Blanchem Welcome New Poster


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    I'm new to this & would welcome any comment about pain in the distal ends of the 3&4th met heads. My pt tests positive for Mortons Neuroma but I'm not convinced it's his only problem. He has Psoriasis & I think this pain may be associated with that. Another pt presents with similar pain but she doesn't have Psoriasis & her function is good & I'm wondering if there could be a fracture. However nothing is showing on x-ray. Help, please!
     
  2. RobinP

    RobinP Well-Known Member

    Hi Blahchem,

    :welcome: to Podiatry Arena!

    Not too many people read the Introductions page on this forum so you might increase your chances of getting a good response if you post a biomechanics problem in that particular section.

    Also, you will increase your chances of getting a solution to your problem if you have a read through this thread(click on the Brown link below)

    Presenting Patients

    I have had many of my clinical problems solved and learned an enormous amount as a result

    Enjoy the Arena

    Regards,

    Robin
     
  3. Blanchem

    Blanchem Welcome New Poster

    Thank you for that good advice, Robin
     
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