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Painful callus on left foot little toe metatarsal

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Oct 24, 2016.

  1. admin

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    49 year old male. 240lbs. Always been healthy. On no medications. That 240 is down from 280 just last year.

    A year ago I developed severe lower left back pain. My regular practitioner, 3 PTs and an orthopedic surgeon (OS) all noticed that my left leg is shorter than my right leg. 3rd PT that specializes in scoliosis diagnosed SI joint disfunction caused by leg length discrepancy. OS just nodded his head when I told him what PT said. OS gave no official diagnosis.

    OS did recommend a left...

    Painful callus on left foot little toe metatarsal

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