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plantar surface bumps??

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by kevinthekin, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. kevinthekin

    kevinthekin Welcome New Poster


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    I have a healthy 17 year old female rugby player that presented with what can best be described as "bumps" extending from proximal to distal (sagitally) along the line of the first ray and stopping just before the first metatarsal head. she has full power in all directions at the big toe individually and has full power of the foot and ankle globally. the only pain provoking test is dorsi flexion and it "feels like a stretch". The final detail of the exam is hypersensitivity of the effected area. By running my finger along the length of the bumps she complains of nerve type pain. is there such a thing a traumatic neuromas?? could this be a minor tib ant strain? I have set her up to see a podiatrist but the appt is weeks away.....would like to help her address the problem appropriately asap. kind regards, kh
     
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